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Network With Meaning

18 July 2007

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Dave Slusher of Evil Genius Chronicles has had enough with the newest, shiniest social networks clamoring for his attention: People invite me to services all the time. They want to connect to me on LinkedIn, Twitter, FaceBook. I appreciate that anyone cares and I get a little warmth from the sentiment. I’m not joining anything […]

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Bozofication Alive and Well: Utah Companies Will Pay for Stupidity

27 June 2007

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UPDATE: Please leave comments about BOZO things you have experienced at your or other companies! Anonymous submissions OK I hate to say it, but I am seeing some of the most foolish and downright stupid things coming from Utah companies these days. These things may not be approaching the Yee-Haw ‘Bozofication’ problems that Guy Kawasaki […]

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Yeah, Networking Sucks

17 May 2007

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Jeff Barson, CEO of NimbleIt, notes how much he loathes networking events: So you’re really not much good at networking. You keep a drink in one hand and the other [hand?] in a pocket. You stand against walls. You avoid direct eye contact. You pretty much suck at it and since you suck at it […]

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Calendar: David Ulrich to Present UTC Educational Seminar Apr. 20

9 April 2007

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The Utah Technology Council constantly has great events like this on deck: Management Guru David Ulrich to conduct UTC Educational Seminar on April 20 A top ten global thought leader, David Ulrich, will address The new competitive realities for growth and leadership responses at an exclusive 90-minute breakfast presentation. Dr. Ulrich has consulted and done […]

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Prediction: University.net — Subscription Model for Colleges and Universities

4 April 2007

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Revised: 4/4/07 @ 1:34pm MST I saw a bumper-sticker the other day that said: “Education is what’s left over when you forgot everything you learned in school.” I have a problem with that. There’s no question that, in the flat world, education is becoming as much a commodity as cheap groceries, ipods, tax return services, […]

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Looking Back

2 January 2007

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This is a fairly personal post, so I don’t want to bore you with too many details, but I do want to share some of the things I learned in 2006. I don’t know if I am wiser, but I do feel a little older. 🙂 “It doesn’t matter what you know. It matters what […]

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Podfitness Delivers on myMedia Promise

13 November 2006

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One of my passions surrounding the “Web 2.0” movement is the idea of “myMedia”, or media that is created and customized just for me. This encompasses knowing the media I’ve liked before, and the things I want to accomplish or see or experience, and the things people I know and trust are doing and liking. […]

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Tuesday: Presentation on Personal Branding with Technology

14 October 2006

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If you’re in the Sandy area (or can get there) Tuesday, you may wish to come to this event. If you do, please seek me out and say hello! On-site Presentation on Personal Branding with Technology On Tuesday (Oct 17, 06) I will be doing a presentation on personal branding with new technologies, and I […]

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Do Not Neglect…

9 September 2006

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We are so wired tofocus onexceptions in our lives, that we often miss the solutions to problems that are right in front of us. I think this is, in part, thanks to our twentyfourseveninformationoverload lives. We become focused on the exceptions, not the rules; the bottom-line, not the conversation. One thing I have been focusing […]

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Do you have what it takes?

2 September 2006

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You might be an entrepreneur if… Here is a great post on what it means to be an entrepreneur, and the choices you face: Failure only becomes a real option that entrepreneurs consider when they give up hope…

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