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Want to Change the World? Do This One Thing.

Want to Change the World? Do This One Thing. | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
We all want to change the world. But there is only one thing in all the world that is within our power to change: our selves.

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Just one person can make a difference.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 7, 12:24 PM

Be present.

Lansana Gagny Sakho's curator insight, June 14, 4:42 AM

We all want to change the world. But there is only one thing in all the world that is within our power to change: our selves.

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New Zealand win Rugby Championship

New Zealand win Rugby Championship | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
New Zealand clinch the Rugby Championship title following an impressive victory over South Africa in Johannesburg.
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Massimo Luciani's curator insight, October 6, 2013 5:36 AM

Once more the All Blacks proved that they're the best in the world!

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Agreed Massimo and Wales have such potential...
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Wales v New Zealand (Sat)

Wales v New Zealand (Sat) | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
Preview of Saturday's international between Wales and New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium.
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This promises to be interesting! ;)

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Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. Camille Pissarro

Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. Camille Pissarro | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it

Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. Camille Pissarro


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Wales autumn internationals: Forget talk of psychology... Warren Gatland's side simply aren't as good as Australia

Wales autumn internationals: Forget talk of psychology... Warren Gatland's side simply aren't as good as Australia | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
In his latest column, respected rugby pundit Gwyn Jones tackles the question of just why Wales lost to Australia once again
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Interesting and thought provoking

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The Simplest Way For Entrepreneurs To Increase Their Energy - Forbes

The Simplest Way For Entrepreneurs To Increase Their Energy - Forbes | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
If entrepreneurs want to look better, feel better and have higher energy, they can start simply: by making different food choices.

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The Evolution of Hashtags [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Evolution of Hashtags [INFOGRAPHIC] | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
This infographic will walk you through the history of hashtags. See, how a common # symbol turned into a global icon.

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Keep Looking Up.. That's The Secret Of Life.

Keep Looking Up.. That's The Secret Of Life. | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it

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Here's looking at Snoopy.

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Ivo Nový's curator insight, November 16, 4:13 AM
Keep Looking Up.. That's The Secret Of Life.
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Missing 11-year-old boy found safe and well in Cardiff

Missing 11-year-old boy found safe and well in Cardiff | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
Mubarik Elmi was reported missing after he failed to come home from school on Monday afternoon
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#Good News

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Wales v Fiji: Skateboarding Welsh hooker Scott Baldwin ready to roll against Fiji

Wales v Fiji: Skateboarding Welsh hooker Scott Baldwin ready to roll against Fiji | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
Ospreys hooker relishing 'dream' first start at the Millennium Stadium
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#IAmWales Just love this diversity.

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71 Ways to Write a Social Media Update

71 Ways to Write a Social Media Update | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
A deep dive into the specific ways to compose social media updates. Everything from capitalization, link placement, symbols, and more.

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Jaana Nyström's curator insight, October 26, 7:00 AM

Combined, there are a litany of ways to compose, style, and organize a social media update, even in just the words we use in our updates.

Scott Grodofsky's curator insight, October 26, 3:47 PM

This article is about How to write a social media update. The Social media websites that they talk about is Facebook, Twitter and Linkdin. The one for facebook that I thought was really helpful was put everything on different lines. It is better to put everything on different lines so everyone can read it and it is more clear. Clarity is very important with writing updates. The update that stood out for me on Twitter is alway using lowercase. I find that interesting that it helps if you make everything lower case. Finally the most important social media for new employees is linkdin. I find it very helpful to put everything on separate lines. Which I agree with from the article. The clearer you are on linkdin the better you sound to an employeer.

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Frustrated With Social Media? You May Have Overlooked This One Resource

Frustrated With Social Media? You May Have Overlooked This One Resource | Breathing for Business | Scoop.it
The solution to your social media challenges may already be on your payroll. The problem is, you might find that your solution will take a team instead of an individual.

 

The rise of social media is happening because people want to connect on an individual basis. We are all hungry for community and looking for ways to belong. Social media provides a non-geographic tribe to become a part of and the appeal is that it is non-scripted. It’s a natural result of being able to find more people like you.


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