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The first interview went fairly well. He was polished, well spoken, and said many of the right things. He talked about his prior experience and his desire to be part of something that he helped build. In addition to his skillset, he clearly had something inside him that intrigued me but didn’t exactly fill an immediate void. As we shook hands that day, I knew we could be friends, but was unsure if we would be colleagues.

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Just like any other platform, Twitter has evolved since its days of inception. This social media channel which was created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone and Evan Williams with a purpose to help people network online effectively has today become a powerful platform to advertise business as well. It has been stated that 42% of Twitter users follow brands or companies which means that if you haven’t yet started using Twitter ads for your business then it’s time for you to explore and learn how to integrate this into your social media marketing strategy.

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Solve Problems and Innovate as an Anticipatory Leader™

Anticipatory Leaders™ understand that we are at a unique point in human history, filled with waves of disruption and opportunity. We are doing things today that were impossible just a few years ago. If you look at the Hard Trends that are shaping the future, you can easily see that we will be doing things two years from now that are impossible today. That means the old rule, The Big Eat the Small, is being replaced by a new rule, The Fast Eat the Slow. They know this new reality is driven by the exponentially increasing rate of technology-driven change. Many wonder why so many established organizations of all sizes are moving so slow. The answer is simple: they think they are moving fast. But in this new era, they’re actually moving slower than they realize.

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5 Internal Struggles Leaders Face Every Day

The interview was off to a good start. He was smart, confident, had an impressive resume, and carried himself well. I then asked him one of my favorite questions, “What do you really want to do?” He had yet to pause the entire meeting and then fired out another confident response.

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