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It’s All About the Relationships: What We Can Learn from Successful Networkers
Ivan Misner Founder, BNI www.ivanmisner.com Dr. Ivan Misner is the founder and chief visionary office of BNI, the world’s largest business networking organization. Founded in 1985, the organization now has over 8,200 chapters throughout every populated continent of the world. … Continue reading
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CNN @ 30: How the World of News Has Changed in Three Decades
CNN offered news 24 hours a day on a global basis. It broke the “rules” that news time and coverage were both limited and latent.
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Gloom, Gloom, Go Away–Media Naysayers: DON’T Come Back Another Day
I opened my browser to CNN.com today to be faced with: “America the Miserable? Have Americans had their optimism “beaten out” of them by the lagging economy, terrorism fears and two wars?” Ladies and gentlemen, I know bad news gets … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Current Affairs Tagged Afghanistan, America the Miserable, ARP, cash for clunkers, CNN, creativity, economy, gloom, H1N1, innovation, Iraq, rebound, stimulus, unemployment Comments Off on Gloom, Gloom, Go Away–Media Naysayers: DON’T Come Back Another Day