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  • Communication Construed

    Cicero: Indeed it is a strange-disposèd time; / But men may construe things after their fashion, /Clean from the purpose of the things themselves. (Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, I.iii.33–35) We have all encountered personal and professional relationships that challenge the ways in which we communicate. Remembering that all people come with biases, skeptici...

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  • It’s Never Too Late to Learn: Embrace Your Inner Child and Jump

    I FAILED MY WAY TO SUCCESS. – THOMAS EDISON Have you ever marveled at the fearlessness of little children? The way kids pick up on technology, skiing, swimming and second languages is extremely impressive. It might seem slightly odd, but to challenge ourselves to that aspect of youth might help us live fuller, longer, more fulfilled lives. Elizabeth ...

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  • A Social Balancing Act

    One of the best things about social media is how continually engaged we can stay with our friends and family members. Precious photos and engaging status updates from old high school friends, siblings, children and even grandchildren that live miles away can make us feel connected, a valued part of the community. There’s always something to catch up on, ...

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  • A Wave Is Coming … And It’s Being Surfed By Pretirees

    The world is changing. It’s important to keep turning with the tide. We at WAHVE are committed to the work-at-home model and believe the changing tides are indicative of endless possibilities and potential. Join our team!   HOW TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES HELP CREATE WAVES The increase in social media and remote workers is a new phenomenon sweeping ...

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  • Experiential Marketing

    A few years ago, I read an article about ‘experiential marketing,’ a term used for the type of marketing that has proven to be highly effective at engaging people and recruiting them to use whatever product was being sold. Creative Gorilla Marketing explains, that “while traditional advertising (radio, print, television) verbally and visually communic...

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