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Is Business Advice from the 19th and 20th Century Still Valid in the Internet Age?

There is no question that we are currently in an age when the fundamental economics of business success are being rewritten almost daily.  The internet and 24/7 connectivity, coupled with global transparency and compounded by breakneck technological advances in all fields have made … Continue reading

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Too Young To Lead?

Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook when he was just 20 and became the youngest CEO of a multibillion dollar public company at 28. He has since been named one of the most influential CEOs in the world. Many other CEOs and business … Continue reading

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Social Media and Strategy Execution

Like nearly everyone else on the planet with a smart phone or internet connection, I have a social media account and use twitter (not daily, but occasionally).  I use WordPress to post my blogs, Twitter to send out short messages … Continue reading

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