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50 People Who Constantly RT And Forward Material

June was the best month for traffic in this site’s history.  For anything significant to be accomplished, it takes a team of people.  Social media is no exception.  The following 50 people were extremely proactive in RT’ing and telling others about this site. I want to spotlight them for several reasons: To Say “Thank You!” – We all hope to have our posts read […]

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4 Lessons You Need To Know To Survive A Financial Crash

Recently I wrote a post entitled The Top 10 Christian Leadership Blogs You Should Be Reading.   One of the posts I mentioned was Joseph Sangl.  I think his site contains the most relevant, insightful and with over 75 tools, the most effective financial coaching site on the web.  It is great for everyone but church […]

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10 Most Popular Posts Of May 2011

May was an incredible month!!!  Other than January 2011 when Rick Warren forwarded one of my posts (and we know what that can do for any blogger), this has been the most successful month for this site.  “Thank You” to all who took the time to read and comment on these posts. I have probably enjoyed writing […]

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10 Most Popular Posts Of April 2011

I stated in my post 10 Most Popular Posts Of March 2011 – A Month From Hell that I was hoping we would get a little bit of Heaven in April.  Well, that desire became reality.  The following are the 10 Most Popular posts from the last 30 days as determined by you the readers. […]

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Leadership And The Limitations Of Social Media

The May 2011 edition of Fast Company magazine profiles John Maeda, the president of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).  Maeda was a risky choice but he wanted to “establish a more open form of leadership”.  This was going to done primarily through constant digital and electronic communication. His strategy for communicating with faculty and students included […]

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10 Most Popular Posts Of March 2011 – A Month From Hell

March 2011 will be a month I will never forget.  Many things happened that will leave lasting memories and that was reflected in what the readers felt were the most popular posts.  The #1 post is about a man on a highway to hell.  Posts #2 and #9 were about hell on earth – Japan.  […]

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What To Know If Your Hard Work And Effort Are Unappreciated

  Are you frustrated currently?  Are you giving everything you’ve got to your family, your career, your craft, or your community and no one seems to appreciate it?  No one seems to care.  We’ve all been there. This week I was reminded of one of life’s great lessons – If you are performing with excellence and […]

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