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50 Cent, Life Coach

I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of a life coach. I use a fitness and nutrition coach these days, and they’ve been priceless in terms of their impact on my health. Life coaches are interesting in that they are like mentors, but different because a life coach relationship is spelled out, whereas a mentor

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Oracle Wins Copyright Argument Against Google

Talk about an unprecedented comeback in the appellate court. The official opinion paper is here (PDF), but here is some commentary from around the web. Another big lawsuit going around the courts is the lawsuit against xarelto. See more info at http://sideeffectsofxarelto.org/xarelto-lawsuits/ Florian Mueller over at FOSS Patents: Within the context of the “smartphone IP

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The Death of Expertise

One of the most fascinating articles I have come across in months is The Death of Expertise by Tom Nichols. It’s a great piece, and you should definitely take time to read it. Its basic gist is this: we live in an age where everyone has a publishing/broadcasting platform for their opinion (Twitter, Facebook, commenting

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The Danger of the Half Step

Earlier this week, I shared a post on our Facebook page about an article called The 30 second habit with a lifelong impact. It’s a great piece, and you should read it. This made me think about some of the best advice I’ve ever been given. The kind of advice that makes you go, “Huh,

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The Art of the Business Relationship

So much gets talked about today regarding “relationships” and “relationship building” when it comes down to working with your customers and accounts and project teams. It doesn’t matter if you are in sales, customer service, or managing a large marketing project, building a relationship with individuals takes time, work and effort. You have to have

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Impressions of Microsoft Office for iPad

Paul Thurrott: As for how powerful these apps are, consider this. I loaded up my 575 page Windows 8.1 Field Guide Word document, and while it took a while to download originally (it’s stored in OneDrive for Business as part of my Office 365 Small Business Premium subscription), the performance reading and editing the document was impressive.

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The Art of Possibility

I was at a client recently. I was hunkered down in their conference room trying to knock out a few emails in between meetings. I noticed a sign that caught my attention. The sign read 10 Rules for Meetings and was clearly posted as some guiding principles for those who use the room. It included a

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