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Stress Less in 2014

 20th January 2014 by gihan

Stress Less in 2014

Instead of making yet another list of resolutions that you know you won’t achieve, set yourself the goal of being happy, calm and in control at work every day. Here are five proven psychological effects that can help – or harm – your

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Break Those Bad Collaboration Habits over the Holidays

 23rd December 2013 by gihan

Break Those Bad Collaboration Habits

The Christmas holidays should be a time to spend away from work and with family and friends. But it’s also the perfect time to break bad habits that slow you down, cause stress and get in the way of getting things done. Many of these habits

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Handling a Webinar With Individual and Group Participants

 11th December 2013 by gihan

Waving at Webcam

Most webinars are delivered to a group, but with each member of the group sitting at their computer and having direct access to the webinar. Other webinars are presented to a group in a room, watching the webinar on a single computer and interacting

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Get Smart – Immerse Yourself in Online Courses

 11th November 2013 by gihan

Little Girl Reading

There’s been a huge growth in online learning in the last few years, fuelled by faster broadband, better Web technology, and ease of publishing. If you want to brush up your skills in your area of expertise – or want to learn something

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Klout Matters – by Gina Carr and Terry Brock

 8th November 2013 by gihan

Klout Matters

Wow! If you’re a thought leader, business leader, entrepreneur – or even forward-thinking employee – and you want to increase your influence and authority in a crowded and cluttered online world, this is a must-read book.

The

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There’s more than one way to make money from webinars

 6th November 2013 by gihan

Making money from webinars

Many business owners think the only way to make money from webinars is by selling individual tickets to attendees. In other words, it’s like running a public seminar: You plan the event, promote it as widely as possible, offer incentives

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When Was the Last Time You Thanked Somebody for Spreading the Word?

 5th November 2013 by gihan

I recently received this thank-you e-mail from Amazon.com:

Now, of course I know this was an automated message, generated by an emotionless computer somewhere deep in the bowels of Amazon.com’s massive computer network! But I still felt valued

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Making Things Happen

 1st November 2013 by gihan

In this episode, we focus on getting things done and making things happen. Interview with Tony Fountain, segment from Eagle Waves Radio, and Chris Pudney on how to get focussed.

In this episode, we focus on getting things done and making things

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Book Review: The Online Treasure Map for Motivational Speakers, by Andrew McCauley

 31st October 2013 by gihan

This book offers good advice about how to promote yourself as a professional speaker. It’s not detailed, but it’s a good overview and introduction for anybody who wants to build a speaking business.

This is not a book about presentation

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How to Enthrall an Audience Like Steve Jobs

 30th October 2013 by gihan

Whether you love him or hate him, you have to admit Steve Jobs did a fabulous job turning Apple around, creating great consumer products, and generating huge brand loyalty. One of the things he does well is his presentations.

Carmine Gallo has

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