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The Motivation of a Squad – 3rd Regiment of Advanced Camp completes the Obstacle Course – DVIDS

The Motivation of a Squad – 3rd Regiment of Advanced Camp completes the Obstacle Course – DVIDS

Motivation
By Megan ReynoldsCadet Command Public AffairsFORT KNOX, Ky. - The Delta Co., 3rd Regiment Cadets went through the Confidence Course yesterday, June 8, with the motivation of their squad encouraging them the whole way.The Course:The Confidence Course is made up of nine different obstacles meant to challenge the Cadets’ strength, both physical and mental. Each obstacle presents a new problem to overcome, and some are harder than others. Whether it’s climbing a rope to scoot across wooden planks or swinging yourself up onto a log, all encompass their own difficulties.The nine obstacles are The Tough One (known as being the most difficult), the Inclining Wall, the Low Belly Over, the Confidence Climb, the Six Vault, the Swing-Stop-and-Jump, the Low Wire, the High Step Over
Closing arguments at trial of self-improvement group founder – Fox News

Closing arguments at trial of self-improvement group founder – Fox News

Self Help
FILE - In this Tuesday, May 7, 2019 file courtroom drawing, defendant Keith Raniere, center, leader of the secretive group NXIVM, is seated between his attorneys Paul DerOhannesian, left, and Marc Agnifilo during the first day of his sex trafficking trial. After weeks of relentlessly lurid testimony, federal prosecutors have wrapped up their case against Raniere, a former self-improvement guru accused of sex trafficking. Both prosecutors and defense lawyers told the judge Friday, June 14 they were finished calling witnesses. Closing arguments and jury deliberations will happen next week. (Elizabeth Williams via AP, File) NEW YORK – A secret society billed as a "sisterhood" that would empower women instead was a scam used to put them under the control of the sex-c
Content Marketing Strategies That Work for all Industries – Business 2 Community

Content Marketing Strategies That Work for all Industries – Business 2 Community

Marketing Strategy
Content marketing is a valuable strategy that any company or industry can use to expand their digital reach and establish themselves as an industry expert. Strategies executed well will also build trust with potential and current customers. Companies can stand out in a crowd amongst their competitors by creating excellent written content that highlights their best features and educates customers while also integrating eye-catching images and video.An excellent content marketing agency won’t use a cookie-cutter approach when producing your content. They will work with your company to develop unique pieces that feature your company’s brand, voice, mission, personality, values, product, and services. They will also ensure that all the content developed speaks to your target audience at dif
Following passing of Owner Pat Bowlen, Elway finds added motivation to help Broncos return to championship standard – DenverBroncos.com

Following passing of Owner Pat Bowlen, Elway finds added motivation to help Broncos return to championship standard – DenverBroncos.com

Motivation
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — John Elway has long known that Owner Pat Bowlen’s standards for the Broncos were high. They were high when Elway was a player and the Broncos won two Super Bowls and appeared in three others. They were high when Elway led the Broncos to two more Super Bowls — winning Super Bowl 50 — as an executive. And they remain high now, even after Bowlen passed away Thursday night after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. That’s why Elway knows that Bowlen wouldn’t be OK with three straight seasons without a playoff appearance and back-to-back losing seasons for the first time in nearly five decades. “The standards have not been met the last couple of years, without a doubt, so there’s no question that this is a big year fo
Hospitality Social Media Marketing News – June 16, 2019 Issue – Hotel News Resource

Hospitality Social Media Marketing News – June 16, 2019 Issue – Hotel News Resource

Social Media Marketing
Dying to know what’s new in social media and how it could affect your hotel or resort? This month we’ve got changes from Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, along with a few issues of note on Facebook. Let’s take a look at each and what it means for you. Advertisers Report Continual Issues with Facebook’s Ads Manager Issues have been ongoing with Facebook’s Ads Manager that have dated all the way back to last November when there was an outage only a few days before Thanksgiving. Advertisers have continued to report problems with performance of the platform, including major inconsistencies and results, and struggling to publish or turn off ad campaigns. What This Means for Hotels & Resorts:  A large number of hotels and resorts depend heavily on Facebook Ads for their
Beyond email: The transition to advanced digital marketing has begun – Partner Content – MM&M – Medical Marketing and Media

Beyond email: The transition to advanced digital marketing has begun – Partner Content – MM&M – Medical Marketing and Media

Online Marketing
One of the pleasures of our annual HCP Communication Survey is that we get to track the evolution of our industry, guided by the direct feedback of healthcare marketing recipients. Each year’s results confirm some of our hunches heading into the survey – and challenge us, too, as the industry grows in fascinating and sometimes unexpected ways. Our 2019 survey reveals that we are entering one of those transitions. While email remains the preferred means to receive information, how and where healthcare professionals read emails is changing. This transition also reflects a growing willingness to accept targeted, data-driven communications through means beyond email. What the numbers say Survey results confirm that healthcare professionals overwhelmingly continue to favor em
An Evening Of Inspiration, Motivation & Connection – Barrie 360 – Barrie 360

An Evening Of Inspiration, Motivation & Connection – Barrie 360 – Barrie 360

Motivation
Essential Journey is hosting an event at Creative Bean for like-minded women to encourage and inspire one another. There will be vendors, positive conversations, and keynote speaker Maria Michelle’lee will impart her wisdom of being bold in mind, body, and spirit. This event takes place on June 19th from 7 PM to 10 PM for $18. Check out more details and get your ticket now! Let's block ads! (Why?) Source link
Super marketing job by Middlesex – Lowell Sun

Super marketing job by Middlesex – Lowell Sun

Online Marketing
LOWELL — The Office of Marketing Communications at Middlesex Community College recently 10 awards — including five Gold Awards — in the 34th Annual Educational Advertising Awards competition sponsored by Higher Education Marketing Report.The largest higher-education advertising awards competition in the country, the contest drew more than 2,200 entries from more than 1,000 colleges, universities and secondary schools from all 50 states and several foreign countries. Middlesex earned Gold Awards for Logo Design (the MCC Library logo), Newsletter (Middlesex Connector), External Publication (Profiles magazine, spring 2018 issue), Social Media (MCC Shout Out Celebration), and Special Promotions (Academic Arts Center Open House). MCC earned Silver Awards in the categories of Brochure (the
How to Turn Customers into Fans – 5 Tips for Successful Content Marketing – ISPO

How to Turn Customers into Fans – 5 Tips for Successful Content Marketing – ISPO

Online Marketing Tips
Turn customers into fans with good content marketing.Image credit: iStock/AntonioGuillem For decades, companies have relied solely on the performance of their products to satisfy their customers. And with great success. According to current surveys, corporate and private customers in the outdoor industry are extremely satisfied with their suppliers. However, the often one-sided focus on performance, growing intensity of competition, and the huge range of products have led to customers often no longer recognizing any differences between the various offers. As a result, even satisfied customers buy from the competition if it is...
Why climb mountains? Hayes questions personal significance vs social media – South China Morning Post

Why climb mountains? Hayes questions personal significance vs social media – South China Morning Post

Motivation
Adventure and extreme sports have been central to Adrian Hayes’ life since he was a young teenager, but he has noticed a shift.“What has changed is the purity since 2007, when social media came in,” he said. “Internal significance, personal goals, personal self-worth, self-respect, doing it for yourself, has been slowly taken over by that recognition.” He climbed Everest in 2006, and then summitted K2 in 2014. But Hayes even began to question his own motives, and had to take a long hard look at himself to ensure he was doing it for the right reasons, he said on The Adventure Trail podcast. Listen: The Adventure Trail podcast with Adrian Hayes “What am I here to achieve?” he said. “Then I ask myself the same question – for the sake of wh