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Refreshing post, Bryce! We all encounter a difficult person or more in our lives and the tactics listed above are wonderful ways to tackle the situation. After all, interaction works both ways and it's important to understand the root of the behavior. I can personally vouche, the rewards are well worth it. 

2 years, 5 months ago on 12 Most Productive Ways to Charm Difficult People

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Amazing post, Shawn! Empowering employees, your untapped resource, can open a door of opportunities. You hit all the major points to help a team stay focused and have a purpose.

2 years, 10 months ago on 12 Most Electrifying Ways Leaders Can Unleash Employee Passion

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Just the post I needed today, as the grey cloud was lingering. Hitting the gym now and hoping to come back refreshed. Thanks for the extra boost, Elizabeth!

2 years, 10 months ago on 12 Most Powerful Social Media Boosts from Working Out

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Excellent tips, especially for someone like myself. I appreciate concise writing, although it's not my forte. Thanks, Kenna.

2 years, 10 months ago on 12 Most Rudimentary Ways to Improve Your Writing

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Brilliant post! I especially loved, "Can't smile? Call in sick." Customer service is an opportunity for many companies/brands to take the initiative to make it infectious among their customers, as well as within their company. Thanks for the #custserv chat tip! I'll need to check it out this Tuesday.

2 years, 11 months ago on 12 Most Stupendous Ways to ROCK Customer Service

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Delish article, Margie! My tastebuds just took a stroll down memory lane - both elementary school cafeteria meals, in addition to the family Thanksgiving feast! Can't wait for the traditional meal - just around the corner.

2 years, 12 months ago on 12 Most Nostalgic Foods From My Childhood

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What a fun and valid post, Bruce! I think it's also important for adults, not only parents, to be able to relate to kids. Not saying that a teacher needs to befriend their students on Facebook or Twitter but being able to relate to kids and talk their jargon can level up the playing field and initiate a two-way conversation.

3 years ago on 12 Most Immediate Ways to Stay Relevant to Your Kids

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What an excellent post! Preparation and an open mind is the key to more knowledge and experience.

I love the mention of rolling up your sleeves. It helps great leaders motivate team members as they work together. Leaders who do not mind getting their hands dirty, gain a level of respect words cannot.

3 years ago on New Tasks Always Take 4X as Long

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Excellent post! I started my Twitter account long ago and did the old "set it and forget it". I didn't know where to start and was too intimidated to join in the conversation. Everyone seemed more affluent and it was difficult to express my words in 140 characters or less. As I grew my following, I began stumbling into Twitter chats and was incredibly surprised at how welcoming the experience was. Many of best relationships on Twitter generated from chats.

3 years ago on 12 Most Twitterific Reasons to Participate in Tweet Chats

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Love it! Dead on - quick, simple and true.

3 years, 2 months ago on 12 Most Transparent Ways to See Through People on Social Media

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