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Author: Kim Stuart

Standing Out in the Crowd: Clients & Prospects Need to Know the Real You

I’ve learned a thing or two about standing out in a crowd over the years. Standing out in the crowd is a scary prospect, there’s no doubt about that.  The only thing I can think of, personally, that would be worse, is blending into the background and never being noticed by the people you need to connect with in order to be successful. In a very crowded field of competitors, it’s often difficult to stand out, to differentiate yourself, from the rest of the pack.  But it doesn’t have to be.  I’ve got a few easy tips for you,...

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Can You Challenge Yourself to Achieve More?

“Challenge yourself”, they said. Maybe you replied, “why?”, or maybe you didn’t say anything at all. I don’t know why you chose the answer your did, or if you perhaps ignored the question altogether.  Each of us has incredibly personal reasons for how we react to certain types of motivation, and whether or not we rise to a challenge we find in our lives. [LISTEN: Best Business Blogs You’re Not Reading Yet – PODCAST EPISODE] If you either ignored the question, or failed at achieving to challenge yourself, take a moment and look back at what kept you from...

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New Years Resolutions and All That Jazz

Ah yes, it’s that crazy time of year again…  just after we get to hang a new calendar in our bathroom. Ok, maybe you don’t keep a paper calendar in your bathroom, but we sure do put one in ours.  You can’t believe how much easier life has been since we officially moved it out of wherever it was stashed and put it in the water closet.  We’re so much more likely to actually know where we are supposed to be, or conversely, know where everyone else we interact with should be in relation to where we are at...

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Net Neutrality… Again. It Really is a War Out There.

Net neutrality is on the chopping block yet again. If you do not understand net neutrality, how it works, why we need it, or what the consequences – both intended and unintended are likely to be, you’ve come to the right place. I am absolutely passionate about net neutrality.  Click To Tweet I’ve included links to previous articles I wrote that explain in detail what we had prior to the 2015 “net neutrality order” about halfway down the page, if you want to skip down there and do some research. First up, my short (maybe) list of items that...

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