Top reasons to use Pinterest for your business

They say that a picture is worth 1,000 words. So that got me thinking, I wonder how many clicks a picture is worth? I’ve been using Pinterest for my personal use only at this point. I have to admit that I like it…a lot. Being a visual person I can quickly process a lot of…

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3 biggest objections to employees working from home and how to overcome them

Corporations are funny things. Funny in the sense that they are forever in search of the next big thing that will help them increase sales, productivity, employee engagement, customer satisfaction and a multitude of another process. As a result, a corporation will completely reorganize their workforce if they believe it will be for the “betterment”…

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Leadership advice to coaches

No matter what sport you coach, don’t pull a player from the game after one mistake. It will not make them a better player. In fact, it will do more harm than good. Why? Because they are now afraid that they will be pulled anytime they make a mistake. This causes them to play tight…

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3 reasons why career planning is like chess and basketball

My soon to be eleven-year-old son was off to school early this week for chess club when a thought occurred to me, chess and basketball are a lot alike. I should explain that my son plays basketball, which is why the two seemly separate thoughts collided. As I considered this more, I also realized that…

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How knowing your Strengths will improve employee engagement

I’VE WRITTEN AN UPDATED POST HERE. It’s that time of year again. If you are like most employees you have already started the process of looking back on this past year and assessing your performance or your team’s performance. Did you accomplish your goals? What can you improve upon for next year? What can your…

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