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Monday Morning Lift

We thought you could use a lift this Monday Morning! #MotivationMonday

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Technology Free Ways to Improve Hearing

by Caitlin Brady, Marketing Coordinator, Horizon Audiology Quiet Down and Calm Down! Here in New Jersey, we are often immersed in a loud environment. We are constantly bombarded by landscaping machines, car horns, the drone of an engine, screaming children, the music of family and friends, and more! Some of these noises, such as that […]

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Give Her Wings

by Nancy Weinstein Last weekend my daughter flew. It was her Bat Mitzvah, and she owned it from start to finish. From her preparation, to planning the party, to conducting the service, to showing the grace and poise as a hostess that one rarely sees in a 13 year old. Unlike most parents on such […]

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Let’s Not Forget the Forgetting Curve

by Nancy Weinstein We are all familiar with the concept of the learning curve. We know that when it’s steep, learning is a challenge. When it’s shallow, the learning comes easily. When we talk about students being smart, we are really saying that they have a shallow learning curve in the subject, or they are quick to understand. […]

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Enjoying or Enduring?

by Jennifer Cross Jennifer Cross recently completed Seth Godin’s altMBA program and had a profound realization about the role perfection has played in her life. If you are one of the thousands that struggle with the ideal of perfection, then this is for you. Let’s be honest, most people work because they have to. We […]

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Why You Need to Banish Perfection Today

by Jennifer Cross Jennifer Cross recently completed Seth Godin’s altMBA program and had a profound realization about the role perfection has played in her life. If you are one of the thousands that struggle with the ideal of perfection, then this is for you. You are welcome here just as you are. In fact, that’s […]

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Clever Minds for Clever People – An Inside Look at Cooper Creative Group

By Kyle Boatwright The first time I see Sara Cooper, she is furiously typing on a little laptop, looking hard through pink reading glasses. She doesn’t see me. She stops for a second, purses her lips, and goes back to typing. I let her work for a few more seconds, and then approach her. “Sara?” […]

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Generational Leadership

Understanding and Integrating the Millennials by Jennifer Cross a Princeton Leadership Services Organizations can do many things to successfully integrate this generation into our companies. In the last issue of iBi, we provided an overview of the different generations found in today’s workplace. This edition focuses on millennials: the cohort that is projected to be […]

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Press Releases: Let’s Give Them Somethin’ to Talk About!

Kyle Boatwright Press releases. For small businesses, there’s no better way to get the word out. It’s “word of mouth” on a grand scale. A press release often seems like a scary or complicated thing to those of us who don’t know much about it. We hear the words and immediately picture ourselves trapped behind […]

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Talkin’ ‘Bout the Generations

By Jennifer Cross, Princeton Leadership Services Each cohort has a unique personality and set of values that influences feelings toward authority, organizations and what is desired from work. This is the most age-diversified time in history for our companies. It is not uncommon for organizations to have an 18-year-old, recent high school graduate working side […]

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