Archive for August 2012

My goal. Guru status. (by 2014)

Recently a marketing and social media “guru” asked an audience of about 50 of us non-gurus to blurt out what percentage of decisions did we think were made from our “emotional” or “feelings” domain as opposed to decisions made from the rational side of our make-up.  I heard shout-outs of 70%, 60%, and 50% before…

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with Professor Pocock

7th in a series of 8 Basic Tools for Effective Communication . . . Topic: Speakers Bureaus Go have your say!     How effectively are you reaching out to people in your community and proactively telling them of the great things being accomplished throughout your school district? Speakers Bureaus are one of the eight basic tools…

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with Mark de Roo

When 2% Costs You 100% This summer, I rediscovered a passion that I hadn’t experienced since being a kid: biking. With the encouragement of my son and the realization that my knees started to hurt more from running, I yielded to two wheels. So, I bought a “new” used racing bike. This is the kind…

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