Recently a family member has turned me onto a TV show on The History Channel in which contestants are left fully alone in a wilderness survival situation and the person who “survives” the longest wins a sum of money. I really enjoy the TV show and one of the unique elements of the show is…

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There were 5 of us inside the cab of a Ford F350 driving back home from our week-long trip to SHOT Show in Las Vegas. 12 hours in the car doesn’t exactly go by quickly and somehow we got on the topic of what one finds when they type their own name into Google. I…

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I have a problem. I’m neurotic when it comes to email. I manage my inbox really carefully and I care too much about proper email etiquette. Over the years I’ve developed a list of what I’ve come to call Email Sins. Things that are just against any decent email etiquette and, in my opinion, should…

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Like most of my blog posts, this one is in response to a question I recently received (and have received many times in the past) from a friend. Email Marketing continues to be a strong and valuable asset in the hands of any marketer. However, email deliverability or the ability to get one’s marketing emails…

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We all relate well to superhero stories. Who doesn’t love a story of someone swooping in to save everyone from a great calamity and criminal? As it relates to our own life story, I have found there are generally three types of characters; Heroes, Victims, and Bad Guys. Which are you? Sadly We Are All…

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I used to dread the process. Trying to get applicants and then trying to guess who is the right person based on resumes… No wonder research suggests that odds of finding a good employee are about 50/50 no matter the hiring process or amount of resources dedicated to finding the right applicant.

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Naturally there are going to be some books that I would recommend for companies in certain industries and not others… but since your question is more generic… here is a generic list of books you should consider

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I don’t ever experience any feelings of missing these activities. If I really missed them with any significant amount of emotion I would find a way to engage in them again… but I don’t.

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