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    1. Get To The Point! What Does Your Business Do?

      Get To The Point! What Does Your Business Do?

      Another day, another pitch from an entrepreneur. The ones who go somewhere all have one thing in common: They get to the point. If you can’t explain your business in a few minutes, then you’re probably going to struggle. The success hack that works is to get to the point! Life is precious, and so is our time. We don’t have two hours to listen to your long-winded pitch and see 56 Powerpoint slides with size 12 Times New Roman font. Get to the point, squire!

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    2. Three Ways To Get Everyone In Your Work Life To Like You Better

      Three Ways To Get Everyone In Your Work Life To Like You Better

      We’re heavily swayed by the people, messages, and circumstances around us–but, wait, this is actually a good thing! Understanding the peculiarities of our psychology can be advantageous. Specifically, there are four psychological insights that you can use as a starting point to build strategic relationships and garner goodwill throughout your network. Well, to get ahead, of course. I’m not talking about manipulation.

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    3. These Are The Weirdest Productivity Hacks That Really Work

      These Are The Weirdest Productivity Hacks That Really Work

      In a new State of Enterprise Work Report from Workfront, a project management software company, the majority of the 2,001 employees surveyed placed meetings and email at the top of the heap of productivity busters. Fifty-seven percent of those polled said meetings are the worst time suck, and 53% voted for email. Millennial workers have an average of 234 unopened emails in their inboxes at any given time.

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    4. Four Questions This Founder Asks Himself After Interviewing Job Candidates

      Four Questions This Founder Asks Himself After Interviewing Job Candidates

      I was reminded of that the other day tossing a ball to my toddler (yes, him). He dove away from the ball after being bonked on the head one too many times, and something dawned on me: Everyone’s afraid of the ball, just at different speeds. As a startup founder, I’ve realized it’s much the same with the level of uncertainty people can handle–one key trait among several that I’m always looking for in job candidates.

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    5. Transcript of Monetize Your Expertise and Thrive

      Transcript of Monetize Your Expertise and Thrive

      Transcript of Monetize Your Expertise and Thrive written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing

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      John Jantsch: Hello and welcome to another episode of the Duct Tape Marketing podcast. This is John Jantsch and my guest today is Dorie Clark. She is a marketing and strategy consultant and frequent contributor to Harvest … not Harvest, Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur and Forbes.

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    6. Transcript of Increase Profits Through Specialization

      Transcript of Increase Profits Through Specialization

      Transcript of Increase Profits Through Specialization written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing

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      John Jantsch: One of the ways to really drive up profit is to specialize, is to go into a vertical market, is to go have a niche, to get known as an expert in X, Y, or Z. In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing podcast, we speak with Philip Morgan of Philip Morgan Consulting, and that’s what he does.

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    7. These Are The Weirdest Productivity Hacks That Really Work

      In a new State of Enterprise Work Report from Workfront, a project management software company, the majority of the 2,001 employees surveyed placed meetings and email at the top of the heap of productivity busters. Fifty-seven percent of those polled said meetings are the worst time suck, and 53% voted for email. Millennial workers have an average of 234 unopened emails in their inboxes at any given time.

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    8. In Six Seconds, Giphy Could Make Billions

      In Six Seconds, Giphy Could Make Billions

      The vibe felt a bit like a dorm room, as they sat with laptops perched on knees and La Croix cans stationed within arm’s reach, but this is only incidentally a social event. The Giphy folks have been tasked by the Emmys producers to “live GIF” the show, creating those seconds-long video loops used to enliven digital conversations and get shared.

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    9. Nine Simple Questions I Learned To Ask That Transformed My Career

      Nine Simple Questions I Learned To Ask That Transformed My Career

      Early on in your career, you’re focused–quite reasonably–on skill acquisition. To get ahead, you need to get good at something. But once you’re an expert in a certain area, something funny happens: You may start asking fewer questions, worried that it’ll be seen as a weakness–an indication that you don’t really know what you’re doing. The more expertise you pick up, the more you have to lose, and the fewer questions you ask.

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