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New Era of Networking: 4 Keys to Building a Power Network in Today’s Marketplace

Your network matters. The ability to grow and expand an influential network is valuable in every business and industry. As a former Special Agent with the FBI, every investigation relied on my ability to create relationships and creatively network up through organizations for information. In building these relationships, I captured a common ...

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Lessons from the Trail to the Office

As an avid hiker, there are many lessons one learns out on the trail that can easily be applied to office life. Whether you are a manager or leader in your company, these lessons can provide valuable insight to putting your best foot or hiking boot forward.

Life on the trail makes you incredibly aware of yourself and personal surroundings. ...

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Send It! 7 Actions to Increase Your Value in Today's Marketplace

I first heard the term ‘Send It!’ from my wife’s youngest brother, Austin. In the moment (more on this later), I had no idea what it meant, but I knew it was not a term to describe ‘normal.’ For most people, average is enough – average mindset, average effort, and average success. The world is filled with ...

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Keep Calm and Read On at gap intelligence

As a kid, I was always told that reading was fundamental. It is through books that we gain knowledge, insight and new ways of looking at the world around us. As an adult, this fact still remains true. Here at gap intelligence, gappers are encouraged to peruse our own library with it's wide array of topics from Excel shortcuts, to ...

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Lessons From Coca-Cola and Frosted Flakes

High school science class taught us entropy and that all systems are in decline.  Entropy causes disorder and change and those who can successfully evolve in these systems are the ones who will survive; whether a species, a person, or a company. 

Through gapUniversity, gap intelligence offers a Masters of Business Administration ...

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