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7 things you may not know about Vision Critical Summit speaker Brian Solis

7 things you may not know about Vision Critical Summit speaker Brian Solis | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
We’re thrilled to announce the latest addition to the 2015 Vision Critical Summit speaker lineup: renowned speaker, author and digital analyst Brian Solis.

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"Brian Solis, A Leader"

 

    "Social media spark a revelation that we, the people, have a voice, and through the democratization of content and ideas we can once again unite around common passions, inspire movements, and ignite change."- Brian Solis

 

    What you need to know about Brian Solis professional leadership in business is in this article.  His blog is top rated and his books are best sellers.  The 2015 Vision Critical Summit will be awesome because Brian Solis will be there and speaking.  Brian Solis credentials speak excellence and wisdom.

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4 notable trends in back-to-school marketing

4 notable trends in back-to-school marketing | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Here's how retailers are trying to capture a piece of the $68 billion back-to-school spending.

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"Marketers Have To Be Agile"

 

    Marketers have to be agile to connect with customers.

"The average family will spend $630, mostly on apparel and electronics" for back to school needs and desires.  Marketing campaigns are trying to hook the consumers, but the

brands must give the consumers exactly what they want.

To connect with your target market,  you have to be social

and at least have relationship 101 under your belt and some competencies in analytics and big data may put you over the victory line. How is your brand and marketing campaign connecting

with humanity?

 

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Does ethical content curation exist? A data-driven answer

Does ethical content curation exist? A data-driven answer | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Ever since we started to work on Scoop.it, we’ve had this question: is it fair to use other people’s content for your own good: in other words, how ethical is content curation? Is it even legal?
A quick look at history clearly shows that artists and scientists never created in a vacuum but have always leveraged pre-existing work to develop their own. And that’s for the greater good. Closer to us, there is a multitude of online media sites which embraced content curation as an alternative or a complement to the content they produce: the Huffington Post is a famous example but Upworthy and BuzzFeed are others and even the respected New York times started doing it.
Of course, such an answer won’t satisfy your legal department or your own need to have a more pragmatic answer. So as we’ve now been arounds for several years and, more importantly, have seen millions of users publish more than 100 million pieces of content, we feel we can not only give you a recap of the facts that make content curation ethical but also back that out with data. Continue reading →
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How Important Is Passion When Starting A Business? - Forbes - Forbes

How Important Is Passion When Starting A Business? - Forbes - Forbes | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
One of many flaws in the argument is that "passionate" is too nebulous of a concept to universally have an impact in the real-world.
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"There is a deeper level of the connection of passion to success and many insights were given by Mr. Ken Sundheim in his article, "How Important Is Passion When Starting A Business.  Passion, a  force when it is focused can give energy to the developments of many other activities associated with career advancement, confidence and happiness.

One must have a degree of passion  before becoming a learner in any type of educational setting also in acquiring skills and advancing skills in the workplace. We must have a certain level of passion to connect with others and strengthen business relationships.

Our level of happiness affects our level of success in the workplace.

It is very difficult to focus the force of  passion when unhappy.  Employees and their supervisors need to be able to recognized early the warning signs of unhappiness in the workplace, resolve issues effectively and appropriately, additionally encourage a workplace culture of success.

Thank you, Mr. Ken Sundheim for writing this article."

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ROI or RIP: The Lean Content Marketing Handbook for SMBs

ROI or RIP: The Lean Content Marketing Handbook for SMBs | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it

The purpose of this eBook is to provide a helping hand for those who are looking to find ROI via lean content marketing. "


The SMB market needs this badly, so I'm very happy to see Scoop.it come to the rescue." - Paul Chaney, Principal - Chaney Marketing Group. 


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" Building a strong lean content marketing strategy and executing that strategy consist of having a solid foundation in place that is workable and the ROI can be measure.

    Basics such as distributions, content hubs, landing pages, posting,

scheduling, repurposing, publishing at scale, converting through content, and measuring ROI are given.

    ROI or RIP: The Lean Content Marketing Handbook For SMBs is an excellent resource with insights of 15 marketing experts.

    Thank you Scoop.it for your support of people who are trying to work out their business plans and dreams of success also business owners who want to advance to next level in lean content marketing."

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Six Ways To Identify Your Core Passion And Build A Lucrative Career Around It

Six Ways To Identify Your Core Passion And Build A Lucrative Career Around It | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
There is a pathway to doing what you love and making a great living, but only when you take the right steps.
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    "When one is identifying his or her core passions and wanting to build a lucrative career, it is an excellent idea to seek expert role models, sponsors or mentors to guide one through the process. Build relationships with people who are doing jobs that you would love to do, and who want to be a role model, sponsor, or mentor.        

    Building  close relationships with people that one is able to communicate and  listen to is important.  It is important that your guides are able to hear the heart of  your conversation, help you set strategy and execute steps to get you to your dream career and that  is not an easy task. Hopeful they will be close enough to communicate for next 3-10 years while you are building the foundation of your career.

    Identifying passions, talents, gifts, skills that you love to use, self confidence level and who you want to help, identify with or connect with are good starts. Great ideals and suggestions are given

by Ms. Caprino, Kathy.

    I have enjoyed reading this article, "Six Ways To Identify Your Core Passion And Build A Lucrative Career Around It" and I would recommend it to anyone beginning a career or changing a career. 

Everyone wants to feel successful and fulfilled. To be happy making money in a field that one loves is a wonderful state."

 

 

 

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6 Steps to Publishing and Marketing Your Own Book

6 Steps to Publishing and Marketing Your Own Book | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
A book is the best way to turn your passion into income. Once you write a book you'll gain what we call the book echo. In essence it's the difference between searching for customers and attracting customers.

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    "This article gives knowlege and wisdom about publishing and marketing your own book.  It is definitely a must read for first time authors and the experienced authors.  A #1 best selling author,

Mr Ayling, Tom shows how publishing and marketing can make full use of different social media platforms in publishing and marketing a book.

    The importance of telling a story of why you wrote your book is an essential part of the foundation of publishing and marketing.  By being vulnerable and authenic,  you will be able to connect with the humanity in others.  Your passion can attract and stir the passion in others who may support your vision and work or share your interests.

    Using a landing page with email service as announcement before launching your book and creating a  Facebook Event for the release date was also discussed.

    Instructions were also given about the use of Kindle Direct Publishing, the importance of the Hot New Release List and pre order promotions.

    The benefits of 2-3 day promotion launch verses 3-5  day promotion launch was explained also the importance of having a launch time strategy.

    The effects of the pricing of your book on royalties and the progression of pricing was elaborated upon.

    Thank you Mr Ayling, Tom for offering your support of a community at SelfPublishingSystem.com.to authors.  This article was loaded with a wealth of valuable information.  Thank you again."

 

 

 

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Professor: Why I tell students to become teachers — even though the profession is under assault

Professor: Why I tell students to become teachers — even though the profession is under assault | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
There are two main reasons.(“@CFTunion: Professor: Why I tell students to become teachers — even though the profession is under assault http://t.co/jz8NC9v6qR” #passion)...
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    If Professor Naison, Mark is indeed equipping his student teachers to become leaders and effective teachers,they will make an impact on children and teenagers in the classroom and who ever they meet.  They will be drivers of success in the education system.  We need teachers who are real,can see the big picture and are able to innovate.  You also have to good planning skills,confidence and courage to go into a battle to bring positive change. You have to have heart,grits and guts to face possible retaliation and pain. Nothing is easy in this life. There is a price given for everything. You have to decide how badly you want something. If you know how to recharge your batteries of mind,heart,spirit and body,you will be able to withstand a prolonged fight and possibly win.  Every student deserves to have powerful examples before them of the possibilities of who they can become now and in the future. The best should be leading and teaching in front of them.  I really enjoyed reading this article by Valerie Strauss and Professor Naison,Mark.  Thank you.

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The Core Presentation Skills Every Entrepreneur And Executive Need - Forbes

The Core Presentation Skills Every Entrepreneur And Executive Need - Forbes | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
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The Core Presentation Skills Every Entrepreneur And Executive Need
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(As an aside—a passion for your part includes being mindful of your entrance and exits as well. Does the presentation begin at 10:00?
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  The core presentation skills presented in this article are very valuable and can be used in any job. Entrepreneur and executive represent themselves and the company in their verbal and nonverbal behavior. In short, they lead,set the standards and drive success. Their interactions with others affects all. #1 You must have belief in your audience.Your interactions have affects on your business,employees,customers and whoever else is watching or listening. #2 You must have a passion for your part because no one is going to follow someone who truly does not believe in what they are doing. Passion does not live in darkness, and it definitely cannot be hidden. Passion is too transparent like love. #3 Consistent focus is a must. If you have,researched,prepared,outlined and practiced presenting your topic before hand, your audience should be able to perceive your expertise in your area of work. Leaders should have the ability to align their audience for their roles. Audience should have clarity about expected goals and objectives of the presentation and know what is expected of them.  I have enjoyed reading the article written by Cheryl Conner with insights by Trina Brinkman.

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Keys to Success: 6 Traits the Most Successful People Have in Common - TIME

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Keys to Success: 6 Traits the Most Successful People Have in Common
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... Have in Common. Eric Barker. 12:01 AM ET. 160611383 Multi-bits—Getty Images.

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The 6 traits that the most successful people have in common are traits that would put any person ahead of the majority. High achievers were willing to do much more at work. They were more focused and knew how to develop a power base. They were

excellent communicators.They were very flexible in adapting to changes and making the necessary effective decisions.They were able to function effectively in sustained conflict, but were not pushovers. They were able to control their ego and collaborate with others. It was not necessary for them to win every battle.They were

always looking at the final result of issues. The most successful people inspire others where ever they go and are excellent role models. I enjoyed reading this article by Mr. Barker,Eric.

I appreciate Stanford MBA School professor Pfeffer,Jeffrey

research and studies very much.

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Steve Jobs explains the rules for success

You need a lot of passion for what you're doing because its so hard. Without passion, any rational person would give up. So if youre not having fun doing it,...
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Steve Jobs suggests a person pick a job to do in life of his/her  passion in which one also enjoys. Therefore,there  is a

greater chance of one continuing with it, despite possible

adversity, because one really enjoys it. It makes sense to me.

One tends to defend what they really like. I will always have

great appreciation for Steven Jobs. Thank you.

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The secret to living a life with passion: Susanna Halonen at TEDxRussellSquare

Susanna Halonen is a coach, trainer and speaker with a passion for helping people find their best performance through a positive mindset. As a positive psych...
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"To have the passion to live and be you. To have the passion to become much more than you ever dreamed possible. To have the passion to pursue the knowledge and wisdom to  increase the fire

 of life burning inside of you. To have the passion to step out

and find your true purpose. Without some form of passion, 

I don't think a person is truly alive. They are just existing.

When you have passion,people can indeed see it and feel it.

Passion on fire can truly have a positive impact on you,your community and the world. How strong is the passion inside of you?

Can you see it? Can you feel it? Can you engage and direct it?

I enjoyed all the points that Halonen,S. made in her presentation."

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How to engage Gen Z and millennials at a time of economic turmoil

How to engage Gen Z and millennials at a time of economic turmoil | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
As more Gen Z and millennial people become unemployed or decide to move, companies need to find ways to better connect with these customers.

Via Vision Critical
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"Problems Provide Opportunities"

 

    Problems provide opportunities to create new services and products as solutions.  "Engaging with young entrepreneurs could inspire new business ideas and practices, helping build  your

company's brand and driving your revenue."  Be agile enough in marketing to make a heart connection and provide ideas, products, services that assist in uplifting entrepreneurs and the unemployed into success.

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Where content curation traffic comes from and 4 ways to increase yours | Scoop.it Blog

Where content curation traffic comes from and 4 ways to increase yours | Scoop.it Blog | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Content curation is not just collecting, it's also sharing. And whatever our motivation, we curate content to have an impact so understanding where our traffic comes from is important. During our first 2 years of existence, the Scoop.it users have published more than 50M pieces of content attracting more than 100M unique visitors so we've been in a great position to observe not only where this traffic came from but also what best practices had the strongest influence on it. So we’ve analyzed all the content curated, published and shared through Scoop.it. This post is about sharing these data and learnings so you can be more effective with your content curation.
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How to Show You’re Ready for a Management Position

How to Show You’re Ready for a Management Position | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Management is nothing more than motivating other people - Lee IacoccaEven if you don’t want to be the CEO, in many industries and organizations, in order to move up in your career you must take on a management role.

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     "Managers should be excellent role models at work for workers and others to emulate and aspire to becoming.  It is also a  good ideal for leaders to have many hands on management practice activities prior to earning the title.  Giving positive feedback, complimenting team members  for good work and projects that have been completed in excellence, also team building are very important responsibilities and duties.  There is joy in helping others, creating new leaders, making work more effective, in addition to having an attitude that is helping to create a healthy work culture.

    Thank you Ms. Hallie Crawford for writing this article.  I did learn some helpful tips that  I will start implementing in my daily life."

 

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The Art of Passionate Leadership - Pulse

The Art of Passionate Leadership - Pulse | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
On June 12th, I had the opportunity to speak at the East Tennessee Women’s Leadership Summit.
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    "Whatever one chooses as a life work, one should have a passion for it and a sense of company and community impact, and possibly global impact.  A person who has a vision for his or her life is able to make things happen.  Strong leaders are also caring and very charismatic.  They know how to connect with people.  They are able to find common ground and improve their relationships.

   Ms. Morgan gives insights  to help you make your leadership more focused and empowering.  But it has to first start with an inward look at yourself and your values.

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article, and I did take a sneak peak at her Leadership Discovery Tool.  Thank you Ms. Morgan, Nozami

for writing this article."

 

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13 Million-Dollar Businesses That Turned Down Shark Tank Deals - Huffington Post

13 Million-Dollar Businesses That Turned Down Shark Tank Deals - Huffington Post | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Whatever the reason for not getting funding, appearing on Shark Tank hasn't been the end of the road for a number of companies that have persevered and thrived after their shows aired.
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    "The United States of America is a land of second chances and miracles in business.  We read and hear about business successes everyday.  All the Fortune 500 companies have a story to share.

    Failures, miscommunications and a little chaos are a part of life.  But you have to deal with problems and rise again after learning from mistakes, may have relearn information the correct way and some personal healing may need to occur, too.

    A founder having solid confidence, good communication skills,  the right pitch, and a strong business plan  in hand are part of the  foundation for showcasing  a startup or any business to a future investor.  The right mentor or sponsor on the ground floor will save a startup founder extra headaches.

    Successful people are able withstand great pressures and continue to push forward with his or her vision for his or her company.  They have much fortitude. They are prepared for the 2nd,3rd or 4th chances to come their way.  A true entrepreneur would never give up on his or her  dream or company.  This was a very inspiring article for me and was well written by Ms. Kirkham, Elyssa.  Thank you."

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The secret to happiness? She teaches it - Boston Globe (subscription)

The secret to happiness? She teaches it - Boston Globe (subscription) | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Amherst College psychologist Catherine A. Sanderson has studies studied relationships and happiness for two decades and its tenets help define how she lives her own life.
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    Happiness is quality or state of being which many people are seeking.  Everyone has their own unique requirements for it.  Happiness is a subject that should be studied very early in life and continued through adulthood. I believe that most people want a life filled with a good measure of happiness, joy, inner peace, meaning and fulfillment.  I believe gratitude is connected to happiness.  But happiness involves some work to get a heavy return.

     I believe that when one give of himself or herself to others by teaching, helping or some kind of service, nonprofit or for profit that you receive a measure happiness.  I believe that being kind brings happiness to the giver.  That is what I have experienced.  I believe that we should  start to studying about happiness in the family, early preschool education and continue till death. I believe that we need a measure of happiness in sickness and through dying.  I would want my closest friends to be present when it is my time to die and that would give me a significant measure of happiness and comfort. Having close friends to share in your life is important and comforting.  Human beings were made to connect with other people.  Connecting with other people increases wellbeing.  But I believe that happiness is nurtured when we have genuine gratitude for what we already have, such as liberty, law and order, good health, adequate nutrition, adequate clothing, adequate shelter, living wage work(?), healthy senses of  thinking, seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling, ability to move,  support systems, family, relatives, friends, comforts, free basic education, language, adequate rest, adequate relaxation activities  and other basic needs. 

     It is a very good idea to count your blessings periodically. I believe that we should write down what we think will give us much more happiness and set goals. It is nothing wrong with wanting more happiness in one's life.

    Thank you very much Mr. Robinson, Walter V. for writing this article about the happiness professor, Psychologist Sanderson, Catherine.  It is very important to learn how to build close relationships early. Research support that 'Happy people are more likely to be successful, healthier, and tend to live longer.' To be successful you have to know how to form and nurture healthy relationships. Being happy is priceless."

 

 

 

 

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Elizabeth Gilbert On The Ugly Truth About Following Your Passion (VIDEO) - Huffington Post

Elizabeth Gilbert On The Ugly Truth About Following Your Passion (VIDEO) - Huffington Post | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
When we hear stories about people who follow their passion and make their dreams come true, we often focus on the uplifting nature and beauty of the journey.
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Elizabeth Gilbert gives great insights about following your passion. I don't believe it is hidden in a bed of soft thorn roses. I believe that past success and failures prepares one for a future that can be a dream come true if you have learned your lessons on the way to higher or more fertile ground.  I can identify with the heroes journey because I believe that everything in my past prepared me for my battle with breast cancer. I had two choices either to succumb to my fears or fight back the best way that I believe would be successful for me. I had many dreams left that I wanted to fulfill, and I did not want cancer to cheat me out of anything. I believe that all challenges help to make you stronger in the short and the long run. It is amazing and a pleasure to discover and see your talents and strengths develop and others develop as well. It is good to help others on their  journey as well. It is also good to face your weaknesses and try to improve them. After fighting cancer,I had very few fears left. I work on what I love and enjoy. Time is much more precious to me now. I have much gratitude for it. Thank you Elizabeth Gilbert for your valuable viewpoints on passion.

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Leading The Life You Want - Forbes

Leading The Life You Want - Forbes | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
Forbes Leading The Life You Want Forbes “From years of studying people in many different settings, I have found that the most successful are those who can harness the passion and powers of the various parts of their lives, bringing them together to...
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    To put harmony in your life and live your best life is a great gain to you,your family,your employer,your community and global connections. This article offers three great framework suggestions:#1 Be real by being authentic ,#2 Be whole and utilize what you already learn in life by incorporate your strengths into what you are doing now and #3 Be Innovative in living and solving problems. It is also important to find out what recharges your batteries of mind,spirit and body. No human being is a machine. We need each other. We need friends and coaches. We need love. We deserve to have meaningful work. We need to belong to an encouraging community. We deserve to have opportunities to become better. I appreciate this article written by Ms. Stephanie Denning. Thank you again!

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Leadership Lessons From Jill Abramson - Forbes

Leadership Lessons From Jill Abramson - Forbes | Life Thoughts Press | Scoop.it
NPR Leadership Lessons From Jill Abramson Forbes Though there are accusations of mismanagement, Jill was a fearless leader, from taking on the Chinese government to handling her ouster with grace (some would dispute me on that point, but I stand by...
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With the promotion about diversity in the workplace all over the world, I did have some discomfort hearing about Ms. Abramson,Jill 

getting fired. Women and girls all over the world were applauding her earning such a prestigious position. If she did not have the ability and talent ,she would have never earn that position. Ms Abramson, her boss and colleagues are very intelligent people. I believe that she knew exactly what type of culture she was getting into. I am sure that she did her homework. Most  people have a definite feel about a work environment  at least after 2 weeks on a job. I am sure that she is an expert strategist.  I hope that she  was able in the time that was at Times  to accomplish some of her goals. It is wonderful to be able to get to perform your dream job and exit that job in the best  possible way at the time. I have read that great leaders are able to sustain under conflict. They are not easy pushovers. Building relationships is important,too. I don't know whether a positive  behavior coaching could have help the situation or not. Many people are still emotionally invested in Times and Ms Abramson, Jill. Jill is still consider to be such a popular name with good American sentiments. I hoping that she writes her book soon!

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How to find and do work you love: Scott Dinsmore at TEDxGoldenGatePark (2D)

Scott Dinsmore's mission is to change the world by helping people find what excites them and build a career around the work only they are capable of doing. H...
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I really like the three major points that Scott Dinsmore makes

about how to find and do the work you love: (1) Know yourself

(2) Push your limits (3) Surround yourself  with inspiring people.

If you do not know yourself, you will not know your path in life.

Once you know your purpose practice it hard, and it will

eventually pay. It is a good thing to be surrounded by inspiring

people. No one should be alone. We should be moving forward

with our support group. Praise and recognition matters.

Everyone deserves to be happy and fulfilled  while doing

a job that they really love. Don't settle for less! Thank you so

much Scott Dinsmore for this presentation. Many people

in the world needed to hear your message.

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Identifying Your Passion ~~ "How Badly Do You Want It"

The last motivational show Scott did "Are You a Wolf Or A Sheep" has been raved as serious hard hitting reality. Now this week he will be delivering another ...
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"Binsack,Scott in his presentation ask us to ask ourselves two important questions to find out what our purpose is. (1) What do you love to do the most? (2) What makes you happy?  Your passion is connected to your purpose. If you practice your purpose,you will kindle the fire of your passion and it will increase and help propel forward in life. It is important to work on your list everyday. Our career work should be something that we really love to do.To find our passion we must look inside ourselves. It can only be found there. Sometimes we can connect to it by remembering what we loved

to do as children or what touched our hearts as children. This was a very inspirational teaching for me. It has helped to strengthen me more. Thank you, Binsack,Scott  for sharing with us. Thank you for

your guidance."

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Love this question. Keep repeating it whenever I need to boost my commitment level on what I do.