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Dare to Savor It

Anese Cavanaugh

I’m in Tucson right now, writing this sitting pool side in some beautiful weather. It’s gorgeous here right now, not too hot, just a light breeze – all good. I’m here for some meetings with colleagues, a client and my private master mind group. We get together about every 6 months to work on our businesses, flush out ideas, put strategies in place, etc.

Will Virtual World Conferences Replace Traditional Conferences?

Ravi Pratap Singh

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The CMI on The One Show

Chartered Management Institute

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The Importance of Respecting Someone Else’s Space (i.e. Being a Good Internet Citizen)

Managing Communities

I returned from South by Southwest Interactive (recap coming soon - suffice to say, it was great, and my talk went well, too!) and, eventually, proceeded to visit my communities and process my usual responsibilities and tasks. When I came to, I found that a post had been removed that featured a link to [.]. Dealing with Users

How Do You Get Back Up?

Steve Farber

A while back, I received a distressed email from Ken, a young manager at a high-tech company. Ken and I had never met, but he had read my first two books and had done his best to apply the ideas and practices of Extreme Leadership to the way he’d led his team. To their culture, their work ethic, their camaraderie. When necessary, Ken told me, they would band together and work hard–10 to 20 hours a day at times–to solve a problem or meet a pressing need.