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As the author of five provocative books, including the long-running New York Times bestsellers A Whole New Mind and Drive as well as his new book To Sell Is Human, Daniel H. Pink knows a thing or two about the practice of writing. In fact, he considers the work he puts into his writing akin to how an athlete practices […]

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I’m a hacker, entrepreneur and show host on Discovery’s Revision3. I’ve also been blessed with the ultimate workplace freedom. Since starting my show Hak5 in 2005 I’ve been an avid traveler. In 2010 I embarked on a month-long, one-way motorcycle trip west, dubbed Hack Across America. It was a blast zigzagging across the nation visiting […]

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As the founder of Win Without Pitching, Blair Enns is a business development consultant working with creative firms worldwide. As a speaker and author, Enns endeavors to be the sand in the profession-wide pitch machine, questioning firms and clients alike on the sanity of the pitch-based approach. Not only does he operate outside of the […]

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This week, on a very special episode of The Work Talk Show, we welcomed some very timely guests – our dads! As it turns out, three-fourths of the group was already assembled live in Madison, Wisconsin, at Nick’s Social Strategy Boot Camp. A quick video conferencing call led to our first-ever four-guest show. Join us […]

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Jason Keath’s focus is on researching how marketers succeed and the best ways to teach others those insights. As the founder and CEO of Social Fresh, a social media education company, he curates some of the smartest voices in online marketing. Jason works as a social media speaker, consultant and analyst, having presented to thousands […]

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We Need More Walking Meetings

Posted by on 4 June 2013

The life of the average employee has changed as we’ve moved from working on the factory assembly line a century ago to dwelling in an office cube today. Thankfully, modern technology has made the office walls expand so that the world is now our workplace. Yet, no matter where we are working, we tend to […]

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