Tag Archive | "Baby Boomer mlm marketing"

Balancing-Social Networking Sites

Sunday, November 20, 2011

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    Balancing Social Networking Accounts One of the key ways to market anything today is by using social sites. Whether you are marketing a personality, business, service or product, properly used profiles on social sites will get what you are selling out there — there meaning the world. The days of personal success being [...]

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Answers – What is Social Media Marketing Anyway?

Thursday, October 27, 2011

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      At my last speaking engagement I was asked many questions about social media marketing. Some, especially those over a certain age….ummmm just don’t get the importance of this new ay of communication  and marketing. So, I want to focus on Social Media marketing for the few who may need a little more [...]

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What’s On The Mindset List? Passion- Needed For Success

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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What does Beyonce, Oprah and You have in Common? Passion… Beyonce has told her story many times.  She wanted to be the best entertainer there ever was. Entertaining is her passion.  She could sing and She could dance. As a young woman her passion and excellence has changed the game of entertainment and  money making [...]

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“Learning Games” The New Rules Of Strutting Your Stuff

Friday, October 8, 2010

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    I came from the generation that was taught to go to school, get a good education, get good grades and stay out of trouble and you would succeed. This implied to me that this success would be all encompassing that is, spiritually, physically and definitely economically. But, as I approached 50 I saw [...]

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Did The See Your P.I.E.? Performance Image and Exposure

Friday, October 8, 2010

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I do alot of baking.  Pies and cakes are my favorites.  As a mother and cook  I will ask the children, Did you see the pie?  Then I want to know if they like my pie. In doing so research, I found that the  “older worker” or “baby boomer worker” was viewed as stable and [...]

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