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Memorial Day Sales: Who Is Having a Sale and Who Isn't Having a Sale! Kristin McGrath (Offers.com) has put together a great list of stores that will be open through...
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The Bungalow Santa Monica's Night Market Presented by KCRW Returns This Summer! Special event: Opening Night DJ Set by Mayer Hawthorne!       The Bungalow Santa...
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Does your website have a comprehensive SEO strategy? If not, it’s time develop one, because search engines are one of the most powerful sources of website traffic...
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  Escape to Paradise This Summer at Billy’s at the Beach!! Featuring Holiday Happenings, Dock and Dine, Limited Edition Canned Mai Tais & More Limited edition...
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Social media and personal branding are like peanut butter and jelly. Sure, you can have one without the other, but why would you…ever? Whether you're a CEO of a large...
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Kathi Kruse
Kathi Kruse 1 day ago
Lisa: when corporate culture is otherwise, that calls for short and long term training. A culture shift has wider ranging needs. It also takes leadership that is interested in improving things, which can sometimes be a sticking point (as you most like already know).
Kathi Kruse
Kathi Kruse 1 day ago
Thank you Foster. It's something we all struggle with, right?
Foster Senu
Foster Senu 1 day ago
Hey Kathi Kruse, I like the fact that you said *Resist the urge to give into the outrage machine*
Lisa Sicard
Lisa Sicard 1 day ago
I agree with you on this 100% but how do you deal with the corporate culture is otherwise?
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