There’s a growing movement to encourage us all to be more intelligent and creative in our lives.
It’s a cause that is growing and gaining momentum.
And it’s getting louder.
In the coming months, we’ll explore how it can impact our daily lives, and how to harness that talent to do our jobs more effectively.
We’ll also talk about some of the tools that are available to us to help with this effort.
For now, we’re focused on the basics.
In our next episode, we take a look at how to use social media to promote your business.
If you’re new to the topic, or you just want to learn more, we recommend you take a listen to this episode.
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