Monthly Archives: March 2011

Are you in the Witness Protection Program? (Your Facebook profile said so)

By Gail Z. Martin Have you ever gone out to someone’s Facebook or LinkedIn profile only to find a gray outline instead of a photo?  That image always reminds me of the people you see on the news who are … Continue reading

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Use Article Writing to Be Recognized as An Expert and Attract Clients

By Caterina Rando, M.A., MCC In today’s marketplace, any potential client can go online, type in two or three keywords, into a search engine and immediately review a lifetime supply of vendors anxious to fill their requests. So how do … Continue reading

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Building trust through C’s

By Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA As we all prepare our plans for second quarter, I thought this might be a good time to think about the essence of personal marketing.  Since marketing is about relationship, here are eight key areas … Continue reading

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Intuition and Social Media

By Gail Z. Martin Does it seem strange to talk about something as high tech as social media in the same breath as something as “woo-woo” as intuition?  It shouldn’t.  I believe that intuition  is part of everything we do—if … Continue reading

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Apply sales techniques to all endeavors to skyrocket your results

by Elinor Stutz, CEO of Smooth Sale, LLC International Speaker and Author On the occasion you have ever been disappointed that others did not understand your viewpoint or grant your request, you should give thought to learning sales techniques that … Continue reading

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“WHY is so yesterday, but What?” said the Cheshire cat

By Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA, PCC Recently, I heard someone ask the question, “What would you attempt to do if you knew that you couldn’t fail?” I LOVE questions because when you ask a question, you MUST give yourself an … Continue reading

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How are those resolutions coming?

By Gail Z. Martin Do you remember what your New Year resolutions were?  Have you given up on them, or are you still trying to make them happen?  Two of my resolutions included losing some weight and scheduling more speaking … Continue reading

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Finding Time to Write

by Mindy Gibbins-Klein Are you finding enough time to write?  Most people don’t.  Over many years of coaching aspiring authors, I have heard all kinds of excuses, but it all boils down to one idea: you need to make time … Continue reading

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Following your Bliss or your Blisters?

By Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA, As you prepare your second quarter action plans, now might be a good time to observe if those plans represent a desire to follow your bliss or your blisters. Here are four tips to consider: … Continue reading

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Civility

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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> by Gail Z. Martin The whole civility topic has stayed with me.  All the anger spewed by talk radio and politicians, and all the fear that makes for news show ratings is making us sick—and I mean that … Continue reading

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