Social Media in the New Year

Meet Joel Block, Social Media Expert Extraordinaire   Actually, he works in hedge funds and crowd sourcing, and has one of the largest LinkedIn networks on the planet. I know Joel because he is also an accomplished speaker who shares within our speaker community some of the most profound insights I’ve ever seen.  This post below, posted over a year ago by him on Facebook, is still so relevant today, I asked him if I could share it with you.  He’s such a cool guy he said yes, so here it is! Enjoy and implement all of this into your
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Cash Flow is King

  A couple of years into my performing career I became quite cocky. So cocky in fact that I had established my fee at $5,000 for Christmas parties in Utah, which was unprecedented for anyone not famous yet (in the mid 2000’s), and I was pulling in a near 6-figure income in December. Incredible! King of the World! Nope. Come March we were wondering what we should do.  I had turned away every offer that came our way, from $500 to $2,500 and even $4,500. It was around June that my wife said, “Maybe we should adjust your fee during
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What’s Your Spiral Jetty?

  If you prefer to watch the video to reading below check it out here.  We recommend both.   Robert Smithson was 32 years old in 1970 when he created his masterpiece, Spiral Jetty, at the north end of the Great Salt Lake, near Historic Golden Spike National Park in Promontory, Utah. His artwork still garners attention to this day, more visitors making the trip than ever.  Who would have thought this odd creation would stand the test of time?  Luckily for Smithson’s legacy he took the risk of making the art as early as possible in his life, as
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We Are The Accumulation of Our Habits

  Reflecting on a calendar year is a profound place to check ourselves in the department of “what are you made of?” In viewing the accomplishments of the year, celebrating those, and then seeing the even greater amount of failed attempts, challenges, and missed goals, everything appears relative. You may see me as a success, while I may not see myself that way at all, and vice versa. You may be confused by my direction and path because its not the one you thought it should be for me, that I should be more successful, and yet how would you
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