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Becoming a successful professional speaker
Forbes
The professional speaking industry operates on two tracks: the celebrities, like Olympic medal winners or famous politicians, who can come in and immediately command top dollar because of their name recognition; and regular people, who have "built their clientele out over years of learning how to market themselves and provide good content," says Chris Widener.
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Leadership playbook: 3 ways to coach, not criticize employees
Entrepreneur
Most entrepreneurs hate giving their employees feedback on how they're doing. As a result, they do this once a year in the form of employee performance reviews, or they avoid the process entirely. That's because people often equate feedback, especially the negative kind, with confrontation. Most of us are usually never taught how to give feedback in a welcoming way, yet we know how to receive constructive criticism in other areas of our lives and actually appreciate it.
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The 10 most frustrating air travel rules
Successful Meetings
Inc. came up with the following list of the worst rules governing air travel. Did your pet peeve make the list?
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The essentials of Twitter etiquette
Entrepreneur
Whether tweeting as yourself or from a brand account, there are certain guidelines by which we all must abide. When people don't follow proper Twitter etiquette, we all cringe, it's awkward, everyone feels deflated, and you just look unenlightened.

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Why your presentations are ineffective
Forbes
On stage, no one gets good at speaking in front of people by just winging it. To be good at anything, it takes practice over and over and over again.

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3 signs you're too busy to be brilliant
Inc.
The last five years have produced an increasingly fevered body of business-speak that has achieved almost cult-like status.

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Social media best practices for organizations
MediaPost
With statistics showing that 90 percent of organizations maintain social media profiles, failing to have a social media presence for your organization can put you at a significant disadvantage. However, there is a difference between participation and actually achieving social media success. The following are best practices that can help any organization get better results from their social media engagement.
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42 tips for producing a memorable small business event
Small Business Trends
Memorable events do not just happen. Organizing and holding an event takes planning. Whether it is a conference, seminar or a customer appreciation day, and whether there is three weeks or a year to plan, event success is in the details. Here are 42 small business event planning tips from the experts, including some of the organizers of the annual Small Business Influencer Awards.
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Leading people in an anxious world
Harvard Business Review
Safety is now Americans' overriding concern. We have become the most anxious of nations, fearing terrorists, gun rampage, sexual assault, hurricanes, tornadoes, snowstorms, identity theft, discrimination and germs, among other things, and not necessarily in that order. CEOs and managers need to understand what that means to their organizations.
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Why your conference needs a listening space
Midcourse Corrections
Our world is noisy. Our conferences are even noisier. One is the noise of chatter, shuttles, people walking in hallways, smartphones beeping, espresso machines, banquet staff clattering dishes, speakers presenting and more. Those noises can irritate us, especially when they disrupt conference proceedings.
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8 ways to be smarter
Inc.
Intelligence isn't simply a fixed quantity, a learning expert explained in a talk recently. How smart we are is powerfully affected by our situation, and that's something we can control.
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Social media tips for authors
LinkedIn
Life is full of mysteries, and whether you're working with a traditional publisher or you are an artisanal publisher, the potency of your marketing platform can determine your success. There is no scenario under which thousands of social-media followers is not a good thing, so the following are 10 social-media tips for authors of any kind.
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