Monthly Archives: August 2019

Friends with Benefits

Why would you want a friend with no benefits? Perhaps that is something people should be considering, especially those in the online community. Every day I get friend requests on Facebook and LinkedIn, why do people want to be my … Continue reading

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Bitcoin – Who are we?

I am a Bitcoin, we are fairly scarce. Currently, there are less than 11 Million of us, although almost 18 million of us have been mined with another 3 million still to be mined before the year 2140. There was … Continue reading

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A Short Course in Social Media, measured in steak?

Facebook has been around for 15 years, and the other social media platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram have all come about and become popular more than 7 years ago. Yet I still get people who don’t understand it or, … Continue reading

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Leadership – what is it really?

When you start looking for answers about leadership, the dictionary defines leadership as follows: When I look at those definitions, I see exactly what the average leader thinks, and especially how corporations and governments like to view leadership. There is … Continue reading

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Mentorship In An Exponential Age

POST WRITTEN BY (as Published on Forbes.com) John Drumgoole Jr. Vice President Talent Acquisition Strategic Growth at Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group | Award-winning Author Not long ago, I was seated at a counter enjoying breakfast, waiting for an early morning flight out … Continue reading

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