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What 500 cold showers taught me about keystone habits

April 18, 2015 - Hugh Culver

I take cold showers. There it is. There is something bracing about stepping under a cold shower. All that fiddling with knobs, toe-testing, and mindlessly waiting for the oh-so-just-the-right temperature is a fools game. Step up, turn one knob, get on with your business—co…

EE046 – How to Survive as a Road Warrior

April 17, 2015 - Hugh Culver

Experts Enterprise Podcast This is the podcast for speakers, consultants, coaches, and on-line marketers who want to grow their influence and income. Learn from experts like: Jay Baer, Guy Kawasaki, and John Lee Dumas. Get insights from author, entrepreneur, and speaker Hugh…

Insight: Improving Social ROI – the power of empowerment

April 17, 2015 - Randall Craig

Too often, organizations see an arithmetic connection between the resources allocated to a task, and the return on investment from it. Chasing the holy grail of social media, engagement, is no different.  Here is the logic:  Twice as many likes, comments, and shares will y…

7 Ways to Build Collaboration and Trust into your Culture

April 16, 2015 - Bill Hogg "Performance Excelerator"

This is the third in our 6 part leadership speaker series of articles that looks at stimulating change for passion & profits. Do you want to build trust and cooperation in your organization? Then walk the talk. It may sound simple, but it’s one of the most effective w…
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