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#Social #Media #Gurus

The best place to learn how to succeed on social media is by spending time on social media. Look at your competitors. Look at other industries. Look at what corporations are doing. Look at what tiny startups are doing. Ask yourself how it played for you when you saw this Facebook post or that Tweet. […] Continue reading

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Seeing

Seeing.org first began in the summer of 1996. I had just qualified as a Bates Teacher and was sure that having a comprehensive profile for the Bates Method on the Internet was a high priority; I started work on it … Continue reading Continue reading

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Garden

The National Gardening Association (NGA) is a Vermont-based national nonprofit leader in garden-based education. NGA supports KidsGardening.org, a provider of grants and free materials for educators and families so that they may use gardening as a resource for learning. Our … Continue reading
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Learning the Game

Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist, a photo by homepageshop on Flickr. “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist” — Pablo Picasso Continue reading

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Wrong means someone has made a mistake that they can learn from, never learning from a mistake because you never see a wrong is something people can walk away from

That’s a quote from my very good friend Emily — who I miss more than I can tell (even though I have never met her “in real life”). I’m happy we were able to connect again today, and I also … Continue reading
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