Monthly Archives: March 2011

Generation X, Y, Z — How To Bridge The Networking Gap (Part II)

In the last post, we discussed the nuances between Generation X, Y, Z and showed a little summary of the evolution of each generation. In this post, I’d like to highlight 3 effective points to communicate with Generations X and … Continue reading

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Generation X, Y, Z — How To Bridge The Networking Gap (Part I)

When you hear the words Generation X or Generation Y, what comes to mind? Perhaps, genome experiments or Star Trek or some combination of that? Or maybe these are just too well known, and everyone already associates these phrases to … Continue reading

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Marketing & Networking Strategies — Successful Product Branding…

Marketing & Networking strategies should be vastly similar in their approach to connecting with their audience. Marketing wants to appeal their product & branding to a target audience, and networking has that same goal except that the product and branding … Continue reading

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Parenting Snafus, Part IV — Business is Life…

Whether a trade, a barter, a transaction, or a job, business is a part of life. Raising your kid should be no different. The social hierarchy that exists within a business is similar to that of a family. The same … Continue reading

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Parenting Snafus, Part III — “I Have A Dream…and Then I Woke Up”

Each child is influenced by different things, encounters different problems, and develops into a different person. So, why treat each child like they’re the same? I know that a lot of parents believe that they should treat each kid fairly, … Continue reading

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