Monthly Archives: August 2016

Melissa Camilleri is the goddess of good. Her feel-good jewelry (shopcompliment) uplifts and engages her audience and Instagram does much of the selling for her. Melissa is THE go-to girl for teaching Instagram with passion and heart. She shares how...
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Today's Episode Brand Voice, it's an important aspect of marketing any business. However, many companies do not seem to have it. The problem can be many things. The marketing person does not know about it. The business hires an unseasoned...
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3D printing takes a twist on a childhood classic with new and fun 3D print shapes for bubble wands. A fun project involving 3D print play things like bubble wands and bubble machines that makes for a good school project...
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Are you or your business in a slump? Would you believe that all extremely successful businesses and business people experience slumps all the time. Listen to Ken as he explores why a slump can be your time to shine.  ...
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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter Many of you have heard or read about the notion that it takes 10000 hours of doing something to reach mastery. I am someone who has, conservatively done 10000 hours . . . times...
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How about *no* JavaScript libraries? Carl and Richard talk to Chris Love about his passion with making the smallest, fastest web applications possible. The conversation starts out with the idea that JavaScript libraries, like most code libraries, constantly grow -...
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In today's debut episode of "Mistakes to Magic" #M2M, we share a true story of a PO that was canceled just prior to delivery, what mistakes were made to facilitate the cancelation and how you can turn those Mistakes into...
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These poems by Maya Stein show us how to look at details that tell a story and leave us feeling something profound. Her gorgeous way with words is both lush and Zen. Sign up to get your own 10 Line...
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React comes to Windows! Carl and Richard talk to Matthew Podwysocki and Eric Rozell about using React for Windows to build native Windows applications while programming in JavaScript! Originally intended for mobile apps, React Native works equally well building Windows...
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Mike Skrypnek, author of three books, including his recent, "Big Impact Giving - for Canadian Baby Boomers"​ and "Big Growth, Big Impact"​ all available now on Amazon.com, is Canada's leading authority in coaching high net worth families and entrepreneurs in...
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