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Real Business - Can you make your own luck?

Real Business - Can you make your own luck? | Brand and Reputation Marketing | Scoop.it
In business, luck can play a huge part. Steve Jobs was arguably the most effective CEO the world has ever known.

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I often wonder if luck is located at the intersection of preparedness and opportunity. I believe that everything happens for a reason. Further, I believe everything happens in due time. So I often ponder if the fortune we find is luck or just the plan unfolding.

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Seth's Blog: The opposite of anxiety

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I define non-clinical anxiety as, "experiencing failure in advance." If you're busy enacting a future that hasn't happened yet, and amplifying the worst possible outcomes, it's no wonder it's difficult to ship that work.

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It is important to have open and honest dialogue with yourself in order to keep things in perspective. You can envision success as easliy as you visualize failure...you have all the control. Just change the lenses from which you look.

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Susan M Davis's curator insight, August 2, 2013 10:16 AM

Call it 'Creative Manifestation', living in the 'Zone', or just plain 'Success' - it's the opposite of anxiety and really the best way to 'Think, Be and Do'! We need to be our own biggest fan and write ourselves some fan mail before putting our great ideas out there for others' responses.

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Seth's Blog: Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear

Seth's Blog: Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear | Brand and Reputation Marketing | Scoop.it
1. You believe that you are being actively judged 2. You believe that the subject of the talk is you When you stand up to give a speech, there's a temptation to believe that the audience is actually interested in...

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Susan M Davis's curator insight, December 2, 2013 10:43 AM

Speaking, teaching, mentoring, storytelling - it's ALWAYS about the audience and the value we bring to THEM. Seth's absolutely right: many need to get over themselves, to really be an effective leader - and just plain tolerable.  Think of the 'WE', instead of the 'ME', and any fear just disappears.

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Leveraging content to drive awareness, permission and sale - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

Leveraging content to drive awareness, permission and sale - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice | Brand and Reputation Marketing | Scoop.it
An infographic showing how to use content marketing to grow your business What do you do at a time when paid-for media is neither reliable nor scalable, ea. Marketing topic(s):Content marketing strategy.
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Interesting article, infographics rock!

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How We Create Memories & Why This is Critical For Business

How We Create Memories & Why This is Critical For Business | Brand and Reputation Marketing | Scoop.it
How many times have you been with a group of friends or family and you relive a past experience? Everyone is smiling and laughing as you recall some episode in your life. We relive these moments, we

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You know how a smell or a song can take you right back to a point in your life as if you are there right now? Capture those moments now with every small victory, use all your senses to capture the space. Allow yourself you relish in the good vibration of celebration.

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Susan M Davis's curator insight, July 21, 2013 11:24 AM

Creating MEMORIES of experiences are more important than the experiences themselves. This is because memories engage our emotions and senses; much 'stickier' than the experience, itself.

 

Good article with more good links within it.

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Richard Branson on Crafting Your Mission Statement

Richard Branson on Crafting Your Mission Statement | Brand and Reputation Marketing | Scoop.it
The CEO of Virgin shares how to cut the crap and make a mission statement that actually means something.

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Susan M Davis's curator insight, November 26, 2013 10:53 AM

Good advise from Richard Branson on writing a Mission Statement  - the same advise as Guy Kawasaki: KISS and make it meaningful.

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Twitter / ArtJonak: Brilliant thought-provoking ...

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RT @ArtJonak: Brilliant thought-provoking painting, social media vs time: http://t.co/dHogsFS1cN
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