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New Ideas for Building a Professional Network

One piece of career and business advice we regularly encounter is the need to network - regularly, frequently, all-the-time! What is often missing from this advice is the deeper purpose of networking.
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Choosing a partner to take care of development is not simply a matter of who displays the most talent, it is also about who you can see yourself building a long-term relationship with.
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We are exposed to the concept of goals early in life, listening to our parents and their friends talk about New Year's resolutions from before we can pronounce the word, much less spell it. And it is a somewhat foolish approach to goal setting that stays with us for much of our lives. Later in our lives we might be exposed to the mnemonic SMART, which attempts to redefine goals by introducing criteria:
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Poorly managed communication within the workplace can easily lead to poor motivation, and even conflict.
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Not every new business qualifies as a startup, but conversely, any business has the potential to become a startup. Even years after being formed.
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9 Soft Skills Every Web Developer Should Master

There are seven core soft skills that most companies, regardless of industry, look for, and as a web developer you should not ignore any of them. There are, however, two soft skills that are beneficial to all developers, not only web developers, yet are often ignored by both employer and employee - critical thinking and ego management.
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Congratulations, you have just launched a startup; you have finally taken the first step of transforming that seed of an idea you had into a business. Maybe you’re a part-time web developer looking to turn your hobby into a new career, or maybe you have found a way to take the best of Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr and combine it into an exciting product that will have even the most seasoned Tech journalist giddy with excitement.
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Judging by how much time and money is now being invested in Internet and search engine marketing, it would appear that startups and business owners have finally realized that the maxim “build it and they will come” carries no weight outside of an 80s movie.
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The Gensler 2013 US Workplace Survey revealed that employees who have a choice in when, where and how they work rank their performance and satisfaction higher than employees who don’t. The survey was based on the responses from 2035 knowledge workers across the US, with tech employees shown to be happier and more satisfied than the average employee.
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Having a company blog that is regularly populated with fresh content has become a very important factor in online discovery and audience attraction. This is especially true for small businesses and startups that don’t have large marketing budgets to spend on high visibility campaigns. Company blogs have made top-of-mind-marketing accessible to all business owners, startups and entrepreneurs, but while this type of marketing is now very affordable it hasn’t diminished the effort required.
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