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Lori Randall Stradtman
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Published Author, Celebrity & C-Suite Digital Strategy Muse, Now offering How To Sell Art Online, a Social Mkt. 101: http://www.lorirs.com
Published Author, Celebrity & C-Suite Digital Strategy Muse, Now offering How To Sell Art Online, a Social Mkt. 101: http://www.lorirs.com

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Back in the old days, we used to go to offices. If you work from home or the road, you need dedicated online community.

https://www.social-media-design.com/blog/6-reasons-go-global-community-4/


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Who wants to work from the beach? Or closer to your kid's school? Or from New Zealand? All this is possible when you do business globally.

What do you think? Do you work from home now or at an office? Curious.

https://www.social-media-design.com/blog/6-reasons-go-global-location-2/


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Do it anyway ~

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It's your turn to amp it UP, to see what you can do, and to grow while you're doing it.… #howtosellyourartonline
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"One day, I'll be ready" she said. #howtosellartonlinecourse

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Cherry Blossoms (Washington DC)

Happy Spring everyone!
Photographed last spring during this time. The cherry blossoms in the Tidal Basin, Washinton DC is a must see during spring time especially in their peak blooms between late March to early April. The blooms last for 2 weeks only.
#flowers #flowerphotography #floralphotography #cherryblossoms #sakura #flores #fleurs +BTP Flower Pro +HQSP Flowers


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Always thought so! :D
Yes, She's Smiling: Mona Lisa's Facial Expression Less Ambiguous Than Thought

It is perhaps the world's most famous painting: Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. The ambiguous facial expression of Mona Lisa was long thought to be one of the main reasons for its great appeal: Is she happy or sad? Scientists at the Medical Center - University of Freiburg, the Institute of Psychology of the University of Freiburg and the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP) in Freiburg have now published a study demonstrating that test subjects almost always perceive Mona Lisa as happy.

The research is in Scientific Reports. (full open access)

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