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Kirsten Winkler

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Personal Health Education and the Death of the Tech Guy Stereotype
An emerging education trend for 2013 is personal health education. I think this will have a massive effect on society and the workplace starting this year.
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Marilyn King

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Are your employees happy? Why it's essential to your bottom line.

http://qualigence.com/why-the-happiness-of-your-employees-matters/
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Jake Richardson

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50,000 Employee Evaluations Studied: Set Stretch Goals to Reach Your Highest Performance
http://jameskeylim.com/knowledgebase/50286-employee-evaluations-studied-set-stretch-goals-to-reach-your-highest-performance/  Image Credit: Pierre Beaudoin
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Irfan Ahmad

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Things to keep in mind before you self- promote

"Regardless of where you are in your career — whether you're climbing the corporate ladder or running a business — or whether you're a man or a woman (but especially if you're a woman), it's crucial that you're able to convey your value to the people you're working with."

Read all here: https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140414223730-30084557-master-the-art-of-self-promotion?trk=li_goog_corp_jackycarter_selfpromotion&sf25061610=1

H/t +LinkedIn 
 
Self-promotion is critical to your long-term success. Master the art of self-promotion. http://linkd.in/1ingRqf
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Michael Leyva

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Advice to my son.
Josh what you need for succeeding in business; 

1)Sticktoitiveness,  the quality that allows someone to continue trying to do something even though it is difficult or unpleasant

2) Ignore the haters, unfortunately, this will come from those closest to you, family and friends

3) Take every rejection, with a smile, for each one brings you closer toward your goals

4) Plan out your goals and strategy daily. Don't wing it.

5 )You become who and what you are based on what you hear and say about yourself.

6) "Success leaves clues." Listen and read about successful people,such as Jim Rohn and Brian Tracy. 
 
7 ) Always be grateful. Stay away from ungrateful people. You will recognize them by the three C's
Complaining ,Critical,and always comparing what's not fair.

PS; Every time you want to quit, read,  1-7 again.
Love you Dad
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Kirsten Winkler

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InternMatch.com is dedicated to helping companies hire interns and helping students find amazing internships.  I started it with my friend and co-founder Andrew Maguire, in May of 2009, and since we have participated in 500 Startups, grown to serving over 500,000 students a month, and recently raised $1.2 million from top investors.

The experience has been one of the most rewarding of my life, particularly when we receive emails like one we got last month from an Argentinian student who learned everything he now knows about applying to jobs in the US from our site, and got his first ever internship on InternMatch.
Nathan Parcells, co-founder of InternMatch.com which recently raised $1.2 million from top investors shares how the team grew the startup.
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Marilyn King

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Don't overlook this valuable generation. 

http://recruitmentedu.com/how-to-recruit-professionals-over-40/
As the workforce shifts significantly, more seasoned professionals may battle age discrimination and prejudice. Keeping up with the latest tech trends becomes more essential in order to remain relevan
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Jake Richardson

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Google Does This: Allow More Freedom and the Pursuit of Employee Strengths
his: http://jameskeylim.com/knowledgebase/google-does-this-allow-more-freedom-and-the-pursuit-of-employee-strengths/
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Gracias, Peter.
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Jake Richardson

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Thanks!
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Jes Nordentoft

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Steve Job was a very interesting person, who certainly made a ding in the universe.

check this quote om #motivation 
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Every day has space for doing what you would like to do, and what you need to do. I see people driving like robots every day, for example, and when I ask them what did they see, they seem to remember little but frustration. For me it is half an hour to an hour of time to see stuff, what people are choosing to wear, the change of the seasons, the brilliant light reflecting on tarmac.
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Jake Richardson

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Google's Culture: 10 Aspects that Make it Work
http://jameskeylim.com/10-aspects-of-googles-company-culture/  Image Credit: Ehud Kenan
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Brandon Moore

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(Edited to replace image link with article link)

59% of U.S. businesses employ less than 5 people: http://radius.com/2014/01/16/riseofthefortunefivemillion/ 
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Send highly inaccurate in the face of any number of examples; such as, "Walmart employs about 1% of the working population in the U.S. — that's about 1.5 million people. To put that in perspective, that's more than the entire populations of Iceland, Monaco and Macau combined."
So imagine including, Mc Donald, the US Postal Service, international airports, government workers, hospitals, etc.!
...These illustrated statistics are obviously in error. :-/
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Alexander Kaiser

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This is pretty encouraging to know there is still an opportunity as you grower to live an even more rewarding life.
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Michael Leyva

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Wow, what a great educational video 
Productivity Strategies of Superacheivers
http://youtu.be/WczeqeAthtY
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Devan Perine

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Some days, I’d like to get inside my boss’s brain. I’d like to know what’s really going on in there.

Don’t get me wrong—that’s not a negative statement. My boss is a great business thinker and multi-tasks like a maniac. But I do wonder: How can I be more influential with him? Do I send too many e-mails? If I made a proposal for a new project, would he accept it?
 
This post dives into a few communication strategies that can help make sure that when it comes time to ask for something—your boss listens. As for me, I’ll be using #3 especially.
 
Have you ever asked your boss for a new responsibility or made a special request and had it go over well? How’d you go about that?
Here are 5 great tips and tactics for how to communicate with your boss effectively to help you get what you want.
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ASTD National presents 'Grateful #Leadership ™ Using the Power of Acknowledgment® to Engage All Your People and Achieve Superior Results' webinar with Judith Umlas - Wednesday, April 23, 2014 | 2pm EST register today!
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Personal Development Resources

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"Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product."
#EleanorRoosevelt
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Scott Duffy-Launch!

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Find the role in your company that fits you best. Embrace what you do well and how you can contribute most. - Scott Duffy/Launch! #entrepreneur #success
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More Than Sound

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Identify people who are motivated by the drive to achieve rather than by external rewards. +LinkedIn #leadership #psychology  
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According to a Gallup survey, only 29% of the employees in an average organization are engaged in their jobs. So why is this important? Employees do the work of the organization. How they approach their work is critical to the success and sustainability of the organization. 

Check out these employee engagement and culture building tips from +Thomas J. Walter, leader of a firm whom has won multiple best places to work awards. 

#galluppoll   #employeeengagement   #smallbusiness  
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+Jamie Pritscher Fantastic article, thanks for sharing it. Incredible statistics! A business is only as good as the people running it - and that includes everyone from the ground up.
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