Networking Via Likes, Comments - Downright Exhausting

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As the sites on the internet continue to grow in number, that Best Practice for networking should be one we collectively question.    As an interim measure, I have purged plenty of contacts on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Liking/commenting on their content didn't yield me any positive ROI. Everyday, many of us professionals face the now-exhausting task of networking online.

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How To Create Online Courses

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Traditional educational institutions are slower to move when it comes to offering “hot” curriculums based on the industry’s latest best practices. Tricks, formulas and examples for improving open rates, CTRs and ROI. The e-learning industry keeps growing at a rapid pace.

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3 tips to ensure you get your money’s worth out of training…

SpeakerSue Says...

and the closest I’ve seen that could equate an anecdotal training measurement of a soft skill to an anticipated ROI. Regardless of how powerful and meaningful the actual training is, no matter how interactive, practical and authentic the training may be, if nothing changes, it was just a day out of work for attendees. This topic, much like the Moon Pie Crunch with peanut butter that I’m savoring, called my name.

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3 tips to ensure you get your money’s worth out of training…

SpeakerSue Says...

and the closest I’ve seen that could equate an anecdotal training measurement of a soft skill to an anticipated ROI. Regardless of how powerful and meaningful the actual training is, no matter how interactive, practical and authentic the training may be, if nothing changes, it was just a day out of work for attendees. This topic, much like the Moon Pie Crunch with peanut butter that I’m savoring, called my name.

5 Reasons why you don't need to write a book | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

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I came from a meeting with 50 other entreps recently who all insisted I finish my books because I somehow 'need them' I have a full-time private practice, a blog, a monthly newsletter and about 20 other things going on in my work and a book has somehow made it to the bottom of my list.

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