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shorter stories from tha' road of life: profile # 6: it's what I do.......

shorter stories from tha' road of life: profile # 6: it's what I do....... | pontification | Scoop.it
I write, therefore I am, b2
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............b2 publishing: Flash-Back Friday EDITION of b2's Pontification-O-Tha'-Day for 11.29.13

............b2 publishing: Flash-Back Friday EDITION of b2's Pontification-O-Tha'-Day for 11.29.13 | pontification | Scoop.it
b2's Pontification-O-Tha'-Day, Flash-Back Friday, pontificator at large, fun flies (Flash-Back Friday EDITION of b2's Pontification-O-...
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Will Good Things Happen When You ‘Pay It Forward?

Will Good Things Happen When You ‘Pay It Forward? | pontification | Scoop.it
Paying it forward has some specific and broader benefits

Via Don Dea
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Planting a seed does not always mean you will be able to see the tree bear fruit. While I find the data interesting, and encouraging, we don't often pay it forward for the results or the credit. We do it because it's the right thing to do......and because we can. How do these facts affect your attitudes towards the concept? -b2

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Don Dea's curator insight, December 1, 2013 12:57 AM

 The traditional pay-it-forward in this context is a pricing scheme in which customers are told that a previous customer has paid for them. The new customer then gets the opportunity to pay for someone else. The alternative “Pay What You Want” scheme is economically similar approach, in which the customers have the option to pay any price. In the other separate experiments conducted by Jung and fellow researchers with 2,400 individuals, consumers consistently paid more for another customer than for themselves.

So it would be fair to conclude that good things will happen to the receiver and giver of generosity and kindness, whether the recipient is known or not, and that the effect could become contagious

Hamid Ahmad's curator insight, December 8, 2013 4:25 AM

Have gratitude, pay it forward and feel good

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............b2 publishing: The Myrth of Multitasking: DAY 2 / The Research

............b2 publishing: The Myrth of Multitasking: DAY 2 / The Research | pontification | Scoop.it
multitasking, multi-tasking, myrth, mirth, research, conspiracy, Clifford Nass, Edward M. Hallowell, Crazybusy, Rush Limbaugh, Stanford, crockpot, the pontificator at large, b2
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time for the collection of data.....

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............b2 publishing: The Myrth of Multitasking: b2 reveals the great conspiracy in a 31 day exposee - DAY 1

............b2 publishing: The Myrth of Multitasking: b2 reveals the great conspiracy in a 31 day exposee - DAY 1 | pontification | Scoop.it
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Five Content Marketing Growth Hacks for Enterprise Startups

Five Content Marketing Growth Hacks for Enterprise Startups | pontification | Scoop.it
How do you use content marketing to hack growth for an enterprise startup?

Via Jacqui Chew
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Some tools to consider.....

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