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Social Media Training for Kids: A 60-Minute Class Workshop [Video]

By Scott Steinberg
Article fromHuffingtonPost.com; Worried about kids and social networks? While services like Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest are among the most public of online spaces, it may help to recall that a little education can go a long way towards teaching children how to behave and act more appropriately on these sites. Granted,thanks to COPPA laws, guidelines are pretty clear that kids under the age of 13 aren't welcome on the majority of social media services. But ...
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Elizabeth Smart heads initiative to educate, support women [VIDEO]

By Elizabeth Smart
Article from WMBFNews.com; FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) Carolinas Hospital Systems kicked off its new program Healthy Woman by hosting Elizabeth Smart at the Florence Darlington Technical College. Healthy Woman is a program designed to educate and support women in making health decisions for themselves as well as their families. According to Costa Cockfield Chief Nursing Officer of Carolina's Hospital, women are considered the health managers in the family. Cockfield says ...
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Making a Business Case for Bedtime

By Dr. James Maas
Go Ahead, Hit the Snooze Button Weary Workers Learn to Count Sheep Using Special Lighting, Office Nap Pods Article by Lauren Weber; WSJ.com Turns out a good night's rest is good for business. One-third of American workers aren't sleeping enough to function at peak levels, and that chronic exhaustion is costing billions of dollars in lost productivity, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School. Managers at a growing number of companies, among them Procter & Gamble Co., PG+0.20% and ...
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5 Characteristics of Weak Leaders (and How Not to Be One)

By Michael Hyatt
Article and Image from MichaelHyatt.com Sometimes you learn from positive role models. Often you learn from negative ones. This is one of the reasons I love to read history-you inevitably get both. After watching Steven Spielberg's movie Lincoln, I decided to review Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin. I had read this book a few years ago. It is a page-turning account of Abraham Lincoln's presidency and his political genius. At the beginning of Lincoln's first term, he ...
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The Yes Factor: Three Little Letters, Once Colossal Word

By Tonya Reiman
You are the most important product you will ever sell. With a loud and long display of pants, groans, gasps, hair ruffling, caresses, table pounding, and ecstatic release, she yells: "Yes, Yes, YES! YES! YES!"; -When Harry Met Sally In your perfect world, you would ask for what you want the most, and would receive a resounding, "Yes!"; And within that same realm, that little word would bring with it something more powerful than conquest, victory, or triumph. It would bring with ...
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Real Border Control Has to Come First in Any Immigration Deal

By Scott Rasmussen
Article from RasmussenReports.com A bipartisan group of eight U.S. senators has proposed an immigration reform plan that appears to broadly reflect what voters would like to see. But there's a catch. Most Americans (56 percent) want our nation to have a welcoming policy of legal immigration. With such an approach, the only people who would be excluded are national security threats, criminals and those who would seek to live off our generous system of welfare and other ...
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Atlanta Hawks Lead the Classroom at The Ron Clark Academy

By Ron Clark
Article from NBA.com ATLANTA --On Feb. 1, the Atlanta Hawks will take over the Ron Clark Academy (RCA) for a full day of educator training, basketball-based curriculum in the classrooms and Hawks player visits. The day of training, made possible by a $25,000 donation from the Atlanta Hawks Foundation, is part of the RCA Educator Training Program and will feature 60 of Georgia's top teachers. Training will occur from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at RCA with Atlanta Hawks players John ...
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American hero blasts sending F-16s to Egypt [VIDEO]

By Scott O'Grady
(Click the image above to view the video) Michelle Malkin sounds off on US F-16s and Abrams tanks being delivered to the nation in tumult. To find out more information on how to book Scott O'Grady for your next event, visitPremiereSpeakers.com/scott_ogrady.
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10 Types of Social Media Updates--How Many Are You Using?

By Michael Hyatt
Photo courtesy of iStockphoto.com/pressureUA Afew days ago,I spoketo a group of a thousand plus real estate professionals onthe topic of Platform. I walked them through my five-part framework. As usual, I ended with fifteen minutes of questions and answers. I got my usual top three questions: Where do you find the time to build a platform? Should I build my platform around my corporate identity or my personal one? How can I get more blog readers? However, near the end of the ...
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Colonel Martha McSally and Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin Debate Having Women in Combat

By Martha McSally
Article from FoxNewsInsider.com Defense Secretary Leon Panetta lifted the ban on women in combat last week. His decision garnered both praise and criticism. American women in the military have served on the frontlines for years. 152 women have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Retired Colonel Martha McSally, the first female combat pilot in the U.S., and Retired Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin, former head of the U.S. Special Forces Command, ...

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