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  • Learning with Logan: April 3 - April 10

    Learning with Logan: April 3 - April 10

    It's all about the social media universe in Learning with Logan. This week's edition looks at Twitter Lite, Apple Clips, and Chipotle's latest campaign.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Gary Vaynerchuk on Having Integrity

    Thought Catalysts: Gary Vaynerchuk on Having Integrity

    Gary Vanynerchuk and The Art Of talk about how having integrity and always doing business with integrity is a key component of success in the industry.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Hayley Wickenheiser on Adapting Your Strengths

    Thought Catalysts: Hayley Wickenheiser on Adapting Your Strengths

    The Art Of and Hayley Wickenheiser talk about what it takes to be an effective leader, including strategies for adapting your strengths to specific situations to stay flexible.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Amy Edmondson on Asking Questions

    Thought Catalysts: Amy Edmondson on Asking Questions

    The Art Of and Amy Edmondson give a reminder to leaders everywhere to not forget to ask questions and give due feedback. Being in a position of authority requires leaders to be present no matter what.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Scott Stratten on Customers Defining Your Brand

    Thought Catalysts: Scott Stratten on Customers Defining Your Brand

    Scott Stratten and The Art Of share the honest truth that customers define what your brand is known for, and that how marketing isn't just the job of marketers, it's the responsibility of everyone.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Leeza Gibbons on Hitting Reset

    Thought Catalysts: Leeza Gibbons on Hitting Reset

    Leeza Gibbons and The Art Of explore when is the right time to hit reset, and mention the personal and professional fulfillment benefits that happen when we get ourselves back in order.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Charles Duhigg on Not Punishing Yourself

    Thought Catalysts: Charles Duhigg on Not Punishing Yourself

    Charles Duhigg and The Art Of talk about rewards and punishments and how we can break the habit of punishing ourselves for good things to become more productive and happier with what we do.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Anders Sorman-Nilsson on Fintech Disruption

    Thought Catalysts: Anders Sorman-Nilsson on Fintech Disruption

    Thought Catalyst Anders Sorman-Nilsson drops by the Speakers' Spotlight office to talk fintech disruption and how brands can collaborate with it for the Inside the Boardroom segment.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Dan Roam on Thinking Visually

    Thought Catalysts: Dan Roam on Thinking Visually

    Dan Roam and The Art Of talk about how anyone can be a visual thinker, explaining that it's less about having training in the arts and more about thinking about ideas more broadly.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Tammy Heermann on Developing Strategy

    Thought Catalysts: Tammy Heermann on Developing Strategy

    Tammy Heermann and The Art Of tackle strategy, identifying what people need to do to be seen as "strategic," including taking the time to reflect and identify opportunities.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Jim Fannin on Inspiring Sales

    Thought Catalysts: Jim Fannin on Inspiring Sales

    The Art Of and Jim Fannin reinvent the word "salesperson," explaining that sales is about so much more than conversions and is meant to make authentic relationships that inspire audiences.

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  • So You Want to be an Art Director? The Tite Group is Hiring.

    So You Want to be an Art Director? The Tite Group is Hiring.

    The Tite Group is hiring for an art director position. Want to be that person? Apply: artdirector@thetitegroup.com

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  • Thought Catalysts: Alexis Ohanian on the Tech Advantage

    Thought Catalysts: Alexis Ohanian on the Tech Advantage

    Alexis Ohanian and The Art Of reveal why every company should be a tech company, highlighting the ways companies can be stronger and excel in the market by skillfully using technology.

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  • Stuff We Love: Ikea Talks Divorce

    Stuff We Love: Ikea Talks Divorce

    Adweek covers Ikea's latest spot that perfectly navigates the messy bits of divorce, while confidently living up to its brand belief about furniture built for real life.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Dr. Robert Cialdini on Gaining Trust

    Thought Catalysts: Dr. Robert Cialdini on Gaining Trust

    Dr. Robert Cialdini and The Art Of give a succinct and quick way to gain immediate trust: don't hide your weaknesses, use them to build credibility instead.

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  • The Battle for Time - Week of August 28

    The Battle for Time - Week of August 28

    It's weird, it's wacky, it's frantic: it's Spike Jonze's video for the release of Kenzo World, the French fashion house's latest fragrance, and this week's winner for The Battle for Time.

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  • Thought Catalysts: Seth Godin on Being a Remarkable Marketer

    Thought Catalysts: Seth Godin on Being a Remarkable Marketer

    Seth Godin and The Art Of talk about the notion of being remarkable and name generosity as the number one aspect that helps marketers live up to that title.

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  • Stuff We Love: Go Ahead, Look Like a Fool

    Stuff We Love: Go Ahead, Look Like a Fool

    Actor, writer and director Ethan Hawke speaks about how people can get over their fears of looking like a fool to achieve creative success.

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  • Marketing With Brainwaves

    Marketing With Brainwaves

    Vice reports on the latest development in marketing technologies that is using a combination of virtual and augmented reality to study people's brainwaves and accordingly design ideal retail spaces.

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  • How Pixar Uses Music to Make Connections

    How Pixar Uses Music to Make Connections

    Fast Company shares a video from YouTube channel "Sideways" on how Pixar skillfully uses the music in its movies to make the emotional connections and attachments that so often make viewers cry.

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