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Stepping Out

Set backs have a way of making us take a step back. Our start-up fails, we lose our job, our marriage falls apart, and we want to retreat and hide. We want to regroup and lick our wounds — and maybe even feel a little sorry for ourselves. It’s only natural. When we lose a piece of what […]

Pancakes and Happiness

The principles of happinomics dictate that we’re happier when we do things for other people than when we’re selfish. And if you think about it, that makes perfect sense. Human beings are social creatures. We find meaning and purpose in others and our community, not ourselves. Our “individuality” is just a portal to our community. […]

Content Relationships

Ever wonder why exactly it is that Content is King? Well, there are a lot of reasons. But one of them is that content brokers all of our relationships online. Just think about it… It’s through content production that we connect, interact, and build relationships. And that content can take on so many forms: wall […]

Calling in the Chips

The really great thing about online communities is that they let us connect with like-minded people along the lines of share common interests. But what good are those connections if you can’t ever leverage them? After all, like the old saying goes: “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” But how do you […]