Social Media Blunders: An Infographic

Blunders abound throughout the social media sphere — often due to shooting from the hip or not thinking through all of the possible reactions to a post. Look at this infographic for some good examples of social media blunders. by MDGadvertising  Post suggested to KCJ.  

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The Conflicts Faced by Celebrity Endorsers

If you are a celebrity, what happens when your team’s or league’s sponsor is different from the one whom you company personally endorse? This is a frequent challenge for prominent sports celebrities in team sports. According to Chris Chase, writing for USA Today, such a scenario has recently embroiled Tom Brady (star NFL quarterback of […]

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What Time Does Your Body (Brain) Work Best?

Here a fascinating video from the Wall Street Journal about how our body clock operates during the day: “Many people are squeezing so much into their days that old-fashioned time management doesn’t work, productivity researchers say. Sue Shellenbarger on Lunch Break explains how productivity research is yielding new clues on more ways to be energy-efficient.” […]

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Thinking Through Your Options: In Your Career and in Life

Lauren Behr is an Assistant Director at Hofstra’s Career Center, who recently wrote an interesting story for the Career Center blog. The story is based on the “Six Thinking Hats” theory from Edward De Bono and discussed further by Mindtools.com. As blogged by Behr, below  is the “Six Thanking Hats” ladder: “I would like to share […]

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