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Convention Connection: Peacocking To Make Networking Easier

Wondering what peacocking is? My assistant actually came up with the term when I explained the tip to connecting at a conference. Think about when a peacock spreads its feathers. You notice. You

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What’s Your Payoff?

It has been a busy and crazy summer. Actually, all of 2018 has been busy and crazy for that matter. I mentioned last week that it has been a year

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Is It Time To Invest In Yourself?

As professionals, we know that sometimes we need to invest in ourselves. Looking back over 2018 so far, I realized that it has been a year of investment for me.

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Try This To Figure Out Your Perfect Path

Last week I talked about how to figure out what you want to do in life. I also admitted that the idea of helping someone else find his or her

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Nov 15 – My dad taught me about work life balance, and I didn’t even know it.

I was recently asked about doing a speech on work life balance for a real estate business school. When chatting with the client I shared that I have a special place

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What Are You Hiding?

Over the Holidays of 2017, I took my kids to see Wicked. If you haven’t seen it, I would highly recommend it. We loved it! Spoiler alert… During Wicked, it is revealed that the all-powerful wizard

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Do You Know The Difference Between Bragging And Gratitude?

When I was growing up, my dad, a real estate agent, would go to houses and take Polaroids for the listings and my sister and I would be bored in the back seat. I

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Can You Make Someone Like You?

I know you’ve heard me say and write about the importance of likability. As an entrepreneur, it is a key component to building business, referrals and a strong professional reputation.

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How To Overcome The Fear Of Public Speaking.

It may surprise you to know that I used to be afraid of speaking in public. I never ran for student government in school because you would have to give

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