Awtry: Nervous about social media? Try starting with Twitter
Listening to millions of users at once presents an impossible signal-to-noise ratio.
From the author, Josh Awtry:
"On Twitter, that spontaneous conversation from a stranger isn’t viewed as creepy — it’s appreciated…"
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4 Lessons We Can Learn From George Zimmer
You can pretty much count on one finger the number of U.S. companies who mention the “self-actualization” of their employees in their mission.
Easy to say, hard to do–Zimmer was committed.
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Often thought to be first introduced by Abraham Maslow, Self-Actualization is actually a term that was introduced by the German neurologist Kurt Goldstein. According to Goldstein, self-actualization i (RETWEET PLEASE!
It’s hard to spot the sheep in ourselves at times…
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In 12 exercises deploying only body weight, a chair and a wall…”
From the article:
"…even a few minutes of training at an intensity approaching your maximum capacity produces molecular changes within muscles comparable to those of several hours of running or bike riding."
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