Influence is a hot buzzword right now. It’s a particularly hot topic online on blogs and in social media. However, building influence is also tremendously important offline, particularly as it relates to leadership.
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If you write a blog article about someone else’s blog article, I suggest you post a comment on their blog with a link to your post. Here’s how to do it without being spammy.
The world we live in is rapidly changing. We have more choices than ever before. We have more options for how we spend our time, how we spend our money, the media we consume, and the people we interact with. We are also more connected than ever before through Facebook, Twitter, text messaging, and smart phones.
In many ways, these are good developments.
But they can also make it very difficult to live the kind of life we want to live. A life that’s productive. A life full of rich relationships and experiences.