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How to Sound More Powerful

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Power has a sound, and feeling powerful actually changes a person’s voice.

That is one finding of a new study on speech and power from San Diego State University and Columbia Business School, recently published in the journal Psychological Science. The findings suggest that we know power when we hear it, and what’s more, we tend to alter our voices to seem more potent, says lead researcher Sei Jin Ko of San Diego State University.

Executives, political leaders and aspirants to power often employ voice coaching to sound commanding–Margaret Thatcher’s well-documented voice training is just one example. But much about voice and power is unintentional, says Ko. Depending on the situation and whether we are addressing a child, boss or friend, our voices subtly shift in pitch, loudness and tone, she adds.


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A recent study suggests that we know power when we hear it, and what’s more, we tend to alter our voices to seem more potent.

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5 Reasons Why Online Learning Is The Future of Education

5 Reasons Why Online Learning Is The Future of Education | Lets Make It Happen | Scoop.it

Online learning has been an incredibly popular topic in recent years.

Both students and teachers have embraced the power of the internet to create an online education industry that is flourishing in the new high speed, multi device world. Education no longer needs to be restricted by location, wealth, time or status.

Brands like Shaw Academy are constantly innovating, adding new courses and teaching methods at every possible opportunity. This movement allows online learning to be right at the forefront of teaching, constantly being updated, refined and improved based on instant student feedback.

To explain just how important online education is, it is important to first understand the key benefits, which we will outline in this article.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 1, 2015 7:11 PM

Both students and teachers have embraced the power of the internet to create an online education industry that is flourishing in the new high speed, multi device world.

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10 clever ways to be more innovative at work

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Quick: What sounds more fun? Filling in spreadsheets with data for eight hours or coming up with new and exciting ideas?

I'll go ahead and assume you went with option two. The opportunity to innovate is something most of us want more of in our daily work lives. Yet often, we feel we can't be more creative at work because of factors beyond our control. Perhaps your company is risk-averse and likes to play it safe, perhaps your targets are intimidatingly aggressive, or perhaps the sheer size of your to-do list makes adding anything new feel impossible.

While a lot of these may be true, there are also some tips and tricks almost anyone can adopt to keep your innovation muscles strong and ready to go. And like any muscle group, the more you practice it, the stronger, better, and more unstoppable it becomes. Here are 10 things you can do on the job to make it easier to be more innovative every single day.


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Ian Berry's curator insight, October 2, 2015 6:56 PM

Every day innovation is the key. Out of it comes the next big thing and even if it doesn't you'll still be ahead of the rest

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The Staggering Scale of What Happens Online in a Minute #Infographic

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How big is the Internet? How many online actions are taking place? How much digital content is being consumed?

To find out, Domo looked at publicly available data from a range of sources—including social networks, e-commerce sites, and Web traffic measurement tools—to determine the number of interactions happening online each minute, on average.

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Microsoft has developed its own Linux

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Microsoft has developed its own Linux distribution. And Azure runs it to do networking.

Redmond's revealed that it's built something called Azure Cloud Switch (ACS), describing it as “a cross-platform modular operating system for data center networking built on Linux” and “our foray into building our own software for running network devices like switches.”

Kamala Subramanian, Redmond's principal architect for Azure Networking, writes that: “At Microsoft, we believe there are many excellent switch hardware platforms available on the market, with healthy competition between many vendors driving innovation, speed increases, and cost reductions.”

(Translation: Microsoft partners, we mean you no harm.)

“However, what the cloud and enterprise networks find challenging is integrating the radically different software running on each different type of switch into a cloud-wide network management platform. Ideally, we would like all the benefits of the features we have implemented and the bugs we have fixed to stay with us, even as we ride the tide of newer switch hardware innovation.”

(Translation: Software-defined networking (SDN) is a very fine idea.)

But it appears Redmond couldn't find SDN code to fits its particular needs, as it says ACS “... focuses on feature development based on Microsoft priorities” and “allows us to debug, fix, and test software bugs much faster. It also allows us the flexibility to scale down the software and develop features that are required for our datacenter and our networking needs.”

ACS is designed to use the Switch Abstraction Interface (SAI), an OpenCompute effort that offers an API to program ASICs inside network devices.

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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, September 19, 2015 4:32 AM

So bizarre it might sound, this isn't any surprise if you remember that Microsoft's online services require datacenters with cost equations that cannot afford Dell machines running Windows. Microsoft has been a very early and massive supporter of Open Compute and networking is the next logical step to combine software with bare metal...

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5 Career Questions To Ask Yourself Instead Of, "What's My Passion?"

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For a while now, young jobseekers have been encouraged to find their passion and follow it. Lately, though, it seems as though that advice is falling by the wayside. And for good reason. It isn't that being passionate about what you do doesn't matter—far from it. It's that when the notion is offered up as career advice, it can reek of elitism and ignore the, well, work aspect of work.


Still, many people do nurture a deep desire for a career that fulfills them in some way.


But when it comes down to actually going after a more fulfilling career path, there are better questions to ask than, "What's my passion?" You need to think more concretely about your motivations, needs, skills, and what you're willing to do—or give up—in order to find that great opportunity.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 17, 2015 7:13 PM

There's a much more practical way to chart your career path.

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12 Tips for Nailing ​A High Converting Web Design

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Could your web design be costing you leads? This article looks at 12 important things to consider when creating a high converting web design.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, September 17, 2015 1:48 AM


Website design has evolved considerably in the last few years, and what may have once worked, may no longer be producing the results required by a business today. The chief objective of a website should be to convert visitors into customers or future customers. This article is a good tool to use, to assess whether or not your current website, is up to the task of converting a high number of visitors into customers or future customers.

John Norman's curator insight, October 5, 2015 4:56 PM

This is one area I am really keen to learn more about. With thousands of websites coming on line daily it is ever more important to get it right first time.

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The New Formula for Progress in the Business World

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Einstein's famous theory of relativity (E=MC2) celebrates its 110th anniversary this year. This elegant formula helped us understand how the world works and has impacted scientists and philosophers alike.

 

The business world has its own formulas for success. Hard work dedication = results. Power = money influence. Big > Small. Fast > Slow. Fancy degree time = corner office.

 

The thing is, the world has changed. The old rules of business no longer carry the day as we cope with fist-fighting competition, mind-numbing speed, and exponential complexity. Add in macro trends such as global markets, digitization, cloud computing, millennial workforce shifts, mobile technology, and geopolitical turmoil, and you're wrestling a whole new beast. One that can't be conquered with some long-expired formula.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 15, 2015 7:03 PM

If you're not actively prioritizing learning, you may be unknowingly falling behind. Near-term competitive advantages come and go, but the learning organization wins in the long run. Push yourself and your team to learn more and learn fast. Set learning objectives. Recap and share lessons learned. Experiment, measure, refine.

SENAME Interactive's curator insight, September 16, 2015 12:10 AM

Learning is an endless process. You will achieve results as much as your input.

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Lessons Introverts Need to Learn to Become Leaders

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A leader is best when people barely know he exists. … Of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves. -Lao Tzu

While it might not seems so from the outset, most introverts are in an ideal position to become leaders, because of the nature of their personality. Introversion and extroversion are considered two opposing points on a scale, but in reality, everyone has certain elements of each trait.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 13, 2015 6:58 PM

Some of the most successful people in the world are introverts. Here's how they became leaders!

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Many if not most top leaders are introverts to some degree but people skills and Emotional Intelligence are essential to maximise intellect and ability

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How to Optimize Your Facebook Page for Search

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Have you thought about optimizing your social accounts? This article shows where to use keywords to optimize your social profiles for search.
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25 Simple Things to Give Up If You Want to Succeed

25 Simple Things to Give Up If You Want to Succeed | Lets Make It Happen | Scoop.it

The best way to invite good new things into your life is to make room for them. Just as you declutter your office and home, from time to time do a check and throw out anything that isn't helping you make your success achievable.

Here are some good places to start.


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donhornsby's curator insight, September 11, 2015 9:20 AM

(From the article): We all have traits and tendencies we need to give up so we can let something great come in. Everyone is entitled for success; we just have to make room for it. Learn to give up what is keeping you stuck and start moving closer to the things you want out of life.

FELICIA PHILLIPS's curator insight, September 11, 2015 9:21 AM

Kick out the bad and say hello to the good!   25 things to let go so you can succeed!! #inc #success #entrepreneurship

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3 Situations Where Leaders Should Keep Their Mouths Shut

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Being a leader can be a daunting task. Everyone on the team expects you to know the answer, and rarely can you go an entire day without having to make a critical decision. The toughest part is learning when to speak up, and when you to delegate to someone else. Finding the perfect balance is one of the toughest parts of leadership.

 

For most first-time leaders, it seems that the default is to make a decision even if you don't know the answer. Unfortunately, when leaders approach the problem this way, it can lead to serious consequences. From my own experience, I've learned one of the most important parts of being a great leader is knowing when to keep your mouth shut. Below, I'll highlight three situations where as the leader you should not speak up, but shut up instead. Use these tips to keep your sanity, hold your team together, and be an effective leader.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 8, 2015 7:54 PM

The toughest part of leadership is learning when to speak up, and when you to delegate to someone else.

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Yes, these are situations many of those in leadership positions will have faced, like for example having to lend a shoulder for someone to weep on, having to listen to intimate details about marital dischord, or even having to listen to someone ranting at you and even calling you names. However, come what may, people in leadership positions should never share these confidences with others otherwise the consequences can be fatal! Thus if the leader has to be a punching bag, then it would be better for him or her to keep the mouth shut!

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Three Ways To Reframe A Problem To Find An Innovative Solution

Three Ways To Reframe A Problem To Find An Innovative Solution | Lets Make It Happen | Scoop.it

Reframing a problem helps you see it as an opportunity, and Seelig offers three techniques for finding innovative solutions:

1. Rethink The Question

Start by questioning the question you’re asking in the first place, says Seelig. "Your answer is baked into your question," she says.

Before you start brainstorming, Seelig suggests you start "frame-storming": brainstorming around the question you will pose to find solutions. For example, if you’re asking, "How should we plan a birthday party for David?" you’re assuming it’s a party. If you change your question to, "How can we make David’s day memorable?" or "How can we make David’s day special?" you will find different sets of solutions.

 


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Maggie Lawlor's curator insight, September 11, 2015 2:45 AM

To really make this work, add a dose of people who DON'T think like you - those you regularly disagree with, or wonder what planet they are on.  The follow these three techniques and stay open to all the ideas generated.

Ian Harris's curator insight, October 10, 2015 1:50 AM

Brain fodder!

Nancy Barnett's curator insight, October 14, 2015 10:36 AM

I love this idea about "frame-storming". The answers we get do depend on the way we ask the question. 

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5 Technology Tips To Boost Employee Productivity

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As a small business, we know that we don't have unlimited budgets and resources to get everything done.

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Want to Be More Productive? Have Some Kids

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Kids get a ton of press for stressing out their working parents. Work-life balance is incredibly hard, screams one survey. You need to be a productivity ninja to squeeze it all in, implies another blog post.

 

And after having a baby last year, I can see why. From broken sleep to incredible amounts of laundry (babies are so small, how do they produce so much?) and a million other responsibilities, kids are a huge if happy time suck. But just because they demand a ton of effort, does that mean children end up being a net drain on your professional productivity?


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 28, 2015 12:26 AM

We hear more about the stresses of combining work and kids, but research shows parents are actually more productive.

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How To Successfully Scale A Business While Keeping A Human Touch

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Whenever you're approaching any unique partnership, there's a couple things that I look at. One is, What is the joint set of capabilities that you're bringing to the table? It's not just about what Porch can do for that company, or what that company can do for Porch. It's, what is the joint set of capabilities? And you put it on the table, and you look at that. I think the second thing is, you come up with a vision of what that partnership can do together.

 

 

"The partner is a customer. So when I talk about who our customers are, we often talk about the homeowners; we talk about our professionals. But the partner satisfaction, it's got to be core to how you operate as a company. So we've made a commitment to that."


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 22, 2015 7:05 PM

Porch, a fast-growing home improvement startup, knows its advantage lies in its people.

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5 Career Questions To Ask Yourself Instead Of, "What's My Passion?"

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For a while now, young jobseekers have been encouraged to find their passion and follow it. Lately, though, it seems as though that advice is falling by the wayside. And for good reason. It isn't that being passionate about what you do doesn't matter—far from it. It's that when the notion is offered up as career advice, it can reek of elitism and ignore the, well, work aspect of work.

 

Still, many people do nurture a deep desire for a career that fulfills them in some way.

 

But when it comes down to actually going after a more fulfilling career path, there are better questions to ask than, "What's my passion?" You need to think more concretely about your motivations, needs, skills, and what you're willing to do—or give up—in order to find that great opportunity.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 17, 2015 7:13 PM

There's a much more practical way to chart your career path.

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How To Recruit For A Job Of The Future

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Experts posit that jobs of the future will include roles such as neuro-implant technician, 3-D printer design specialist, and virtual reality experience designer. While it may be hard to imagine a time when such positions will be part of the regular employment landscape, not long ago, jobs such as iOS and Android developer or chief happiness officer didn’t exist.

 

Candidates looking to make a leap into an emerging role need to shore up related skills, think about reinvention, and perhaps focus on an organization focused on social good to boost their portfolio and work with a purpose. For recruiters hiring for emerging roles, it’s a bit trickier, according to the experts at Caliper, a talent-assessment firm that uses data to map the strengths and weaknesses of managers and employees.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 15, 2015 7:14 PM

How do you interview someone for a job that hasn't existed at your company yet and avoid making a bad hire?

LittleBIGJob's curator insight, September 16, 2015 1:59 PM

Here there are some keys to hire someone for a job which does not exist yet in your companie. Analytics and BigData are one of the answers of these digital transformations.

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How to Create an Emotional Connection With Remote Employees

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What's the difference between a remote team that performs like a happy, cohesive unit, and one that performs poorly?

 

Tsedal Neeley, associate professor at Harvard Business School and founder of consulting firm Global Matters, has focused on this subject--bridging social and emotional distances on geographically dispersed teams--for more than 15 years. 

 

In a recently released article in the Harvard Business Review, Neeley shared a proven framework that has helped leaders manage long-distance employee relationships. The framework, which has five components, is called SPLIT: structure, process, language, identity, and technology. Here's a primer on the framework, along with some insight from Neeley, who recently spoke to Inc. about it.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 17, 2015 7:21 PM

Co-workers who don't work at headquarters often struggle to feel connected to the overall company culture. Here's a proven way to help bridge the social and emotional distance.

Ivan Ang's curator insight, September 19, 2015 2:54 AM

Do you manage a remote team? How do you ensure that you remain well connected with them? 

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10 Things Your Employees Need From You

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Your business can only grow as far as your hand can reach, which means you need employees. But your employees need to have a win/win relationship with you.

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Ian Berry's curator insight, September 17, 2015 6:47 PM

A good list. Appreciation has been at the top of responses to my research for 25 years. People don't want to be appraised (the old) they want to be appreciated (the new and the sustainable)

Jean-Guy Frenette's curator insight, September 18, 2015 4:37 PM

PDGLead

Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, September 22, 2015 1:22 PM

These practices are true for small businesses, and they are also true in our schools.  A principal must be deliberate in their daily practices in order to retain their best employees.  Quality teachers are critical to school success.  Our high needs schools, in particular, depend on high quality teachers to overcome the external factors students bring to school. Principals in these schools must leverage best practices to retain their best teachers and other staff!

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Overcoming The Fear Of Employee Engagement

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Fear of employee engagement is the mind-killer that stops our businesses from growing. But fear is also something we can, and must, fight and conquer,

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Osvin Web Solutions's curator insight, September 14, 2015 11:37 PM

SEOServices India - Regular content updation is the demand of the latest Google algorithm. Hire our professional content writers to rankgood on search engine result pagesSEO 

clara noble's curator insight, September 15, 2015 6:58 AM

Inspire and engage!

Adele Taylor's curator insight, September 15, 2015 8:58 PM

Very well timed article after just attending the VECCI HR for Breakfast Seminar on What it takes to be the best place to work, and hearing about their ideas and successes.

Most companies think they are doing the right things, but just saying something doesn't mean that employees are feeling the true benefits.

The perception of the company by the employee is just as important as the actual engagement opportunities.

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13 Ways You Can Attract Success by Living Life to the Fullest

13 Ways You Can Attract Success by Living Life to the Fullest | Lets Make It Happen | Scoop.it

What would people advise a hypothetical 22-year-old college graduate to do with his or her life?

Answer by Evan Asano, Founder and CEO of Mediakix, a leading influencer marketing company.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 13, 2015 6:56 PM

There's a vast, fantastic world out there. Foster your curiosity, and it will lead you to amazing places.

Agnes Ng's curator insight, September 28, 2015 12:22 AM

Read the article to find out ways to attract success into life.

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How Can I Leave At 5 P.M. Without Looking Like A Slacker?

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Time has a way of slowing down to a glacial pace when you are watching the clock at work. The idea of putting in "face time" seems antiquated in the age of flexible work schedules. But what if you work in an office that seems to value how long you're at your desk more than what you are accomplishing?

Psychologist Art Markman helps a reader navigate the peer pressure of staying late.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 10, 2015 7:17 PM

We know that sitting at your desk for long hours doesn't mean you're more dedicated to your work, but how can you convince your coworkers?

Ian Berry's curator insight, September 11, 2015 7:28 PM

Flexibility always make the list when I ask people what they really want at work. Lots of great insights here. In the end it's all about value as perceived by the receiver and nothing to do with time or where and when the work is done

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How to Blow Your Boss's Mind

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We all want to get ahead. Still, even when it seems you're doing everything right--you're never late to work, rarely take a sick day, and always meet deadlines--promotions can be few and far between.

 

You're putting the work in, so why aren't you getting rewarded? The answer is simple: You don't get promoted for fulfilling your boss's expectations.

 

Your boss's expectations are the price of entry. Even if you're making a great effort and doing all that's asked of you, you won't stand out. You'll be seen as someone who completes the minimum requirements, and no one who builds a great career is seen this way.

 

The trick to advancing your career and getting paid more is to add value by making certain your contributions are worth more than you're paid. You want to go above and beyond so that you're seen as someone highly valuable--someone the organization can't live without.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 8, 2015 7:51 PM

Here's how you showcase your value to get ahead at work.

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How To Be More Productive Every Morning

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There is every reason to take advantage of your morning routines. Because we are always more productive after we wake up, taking advantage of the morning will prove beneficial in the short and long term.

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Dade Ronan's curator insight, September 10, 2015 10:29 PM

Excellent Advice!!!!!

Elizabeth Alfaro's curator insight, September 15, 2015 1:48 PM

Are you a morning person? 

Jerry Busone's curator insight, October 6, 2015 6:37 AM
Great insight I get a lot done every morning
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7 Highly Effective Habits to Become the Most Influential Person in the Room

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Your character plays a key role in becoming influential with others. Although charisma and good communication skills are important, they're not enough to build lasting and impactful influence. There isn't a one-size-fits-all strategy for achieving influence. However, you can greatly benefit from practicing the following seven habits.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 3, 2015 6:39 PM

Practicing these 7 habits will establish your credibility. When your credibility is established, you'll have huge opportunities to influence people.

Damndeal's curator insight, September 7, 2015 3:47 AM

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