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Awesome Social Media Facts and Statistics for 2013

#LinkedIn is the most popular for older users

LinkedIn is the network of choice for most knowledge workers and #professionals. It is maybe the most conservative of the social networks due to the fact it is all about #business. It is becoming more social as it has realized that this will enhance its user penetration and attractiveness.

The latest statistics show it having 7% of its users over 55 and 14% in the 45 to 54 age range.

Social media continues to embed itself in our personal and business lives. What are the latest social media facts and statistics that may surprise you?

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How Goofing Off Can Make You More Successful

#Overworking comes at a cost and fails to provide us with essential skills for #professional #success. Taking breaks from work makes a person happier, healthier, and more #successful.

I co-authored these thoughts with my friend Emma Seppala, who serves as Associate Director at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and is a popular science.

How Goofing Off Can Make You More Successful

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5 Killer “Hacks” for Networking at Events

When it comes to developing powerful relationships, #socialmedia is still no substitute for old-fashioned, face-to-face #networking.

In-person networking is simply one of the best activities you can engage in for your #career   or your #business, hands down.

Social media is hot. Everyone is talking about Facebook, Twitter, and every other social media site under the sun. These are great tools for building and maintaining relationships. But they aren’t everything. When it comes to developing powerful relationships, social media is still no substitute

“Hacks” for Networking at Events

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Lead by Example

Always lead by example – if you are setting your staff targets, then there is no reason that as a chief executive you should be excluded from the monitoring process. #leadership #leadershipdevelopment #leadershiptips

Any good manager has to have the ability to able to step back from the day to day running of a business to look at their own performance.

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