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The YPN Perspective: Pay Yourself First

The YPN Perspective: Pay Yourself First

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

No matter how hard you try to avoid it, sometimes it seems like your day-to-day living expenses just eat away at your entire paycheck.  Before you know it, the money in your paycheck seems to vanish, and you don’t even know where it went.  And while you’re focused on just making ends meet, putting money […]

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The YPN Perspective: What’s in a Brand?

The YPN Perspective: What’s in a Brand?

| September 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Your brand is a vital component of your marketing and networking strategy. Not just in the context of your company’s image, but your personal brand—your reputation.  I will explain what a brand is and why it’s important and how you can establish and maintain your personal brand. The American Marketing Association (AMA) defines a brand […]

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The YPN Perspective: Using volunteerism to enrich the workplace and ourselves

The YPN Perspective: Using volunteerism to enrich the workplace and ourselves

| August 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

We spend countless hours every week trying to get ahead. But what exactly are we trying to get ahead of? With our noses so affixed to the grindstone we tend to forget what exactly it is we are working so hard toward. We become so engrossed in the goals we set for ourselves we forget […]

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The YPN Perspective: Demographics and Leadership

The YPN Perspective: Demographics and Leadership

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s workplace is as dynamic as it has ever been. As time passes and the Baby Boomers depart from the workforce, Generation X, Y, and Z will be left to fill their respective capacities left in the wake of the corresponding demographic shifts. Each shift offers its own unique set of challenges to overcome and […]

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The YPN Perspective: Social Media – The Never Ending BAH

The YPN Perspective: Social Media – The Never Ending BAH

| September 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Baby boomers and Gen X’ers try to understand our generation – Generation Y or the Millennial Generation – adapt to our ways of thinking, and keep up with emerging technology like social media. Conversely, as young professionals and tomorrow’s leaders, there is a lot we can learn about business from our predecessors and incorporate into […]

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