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Who Is Marianne Williamson? Self-Help Author Walks Back Anti-Vaxxer Comments Ahead Of Democratic Debate – International Business Times

Who Is Marianne Williamson? Self-Help Author Walks Back Anti-Vaxxer Comments Ahead Of Democratic Debate – International Business Times

Self Help
While names like Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have largely dominated the Democratic Primary scene, one name that has jumped out ahead of this week's primary debates is Marianne Williamson. The author and activist, who is among the field of 20 about to take the stage, grabbed recent headlines because of her controversial thoughts on vaccinations.Many voters probably don't know much about Williamson, who is considered a major longshot to win the nomination. Williamson, 66, is originally from Houston and attended Pomona College in Claremont, California. She dropped out her junior year before moving to New York City. While there, she read “A Course in Miracles,” by Helen Schucman, and then moved back to the Los Angeles area to begin lecturing on the book. She wou
Latest episode of Jargon takes a dive into digital advertising industry speak – Yahoo Tech

Latest episode of Jargon takes a dive into digital advertising industry speak – Yahoo Tech

Online Marketing
On this episode, we discuss the jargon of digital advertising. From cookies to impressions, from KPI to GDPR, the modern world of online marketing is crawling with jargon that aims to confuse and obfuscate. We’re here to change that.<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" type="text" content="Welcome to another episode of Jargon, the new show from Digital Trends that deciphers the complex jargon of various industries into words and concepts the rest of us can understand. We’re live each week on Tuesdays with a new set of jargon from a different industry." data-reactid="22">Welcome to another episode of Jargon, the new show from Digital Trends that deciphers the complex jargon of various industries into words and concepts the re

Creating an Unbeatable Healthcare Marketing Strategy | Infiniti Reveals the Key Practices to Follow – Business Wire

Marketing Strategy
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A well-known market intelligence company, Infiniti Research, has announced the completion of their recent article on the essentials for creating an unbeatable healthcare marketing strategy. In this blog, healthcare marketing experts reveal some of the ‘must-haves’ for creating a winning healthcare marketing strategy. It is vital for every organization to have a marketing strategy in order to stay competitive in the marketplace. In the case of healthcare companies, irrespective of whether you are a healthcare provider, health tech developer, or a medical device manufacturer, it is crucial to have a strong healthcare marketing strategy in place in order to survive amidst the emerging trends and massive consolidations in the sector. Effective brand strategy and
The difference between engagement and motivation matters. Here's why – SmartBrief

The difference between engagement and motivation matters. Here's why – SmartBrief

Motivation
During my presentations on the science of motivation, I am almost always asked to explain the difference between motivation and engagement. It’s a fair question. I challenge you to read five business blogs without running across tons of data on the value of an engaged workforce -- and the dismal engagement scores of employees worldwide. However, if you ask most executives a critical question, they rarely have an adequate answer: "How do people become engaged or disengaged in the first place?" Executives are spending millions of dollars to improve engagement without understanding how an individual becomes engaged or disengaged. In 2007, Dr. Drea Zigarmi and his team of researchers embarked on a mission: Discover the root cause of engagement. Twelve years later, their award-winning resear
Employees’ intrinsic motivation – The Express Tribune

Employees’ intrinsic motivation – The Express Tribune

Motivation
Intrin­sic motiva­tion comes from feelin­g emotio­ns, task commit­ment, owners­hip and job satisf­action­ PAKORA, GILGIT-BALTISTAN: The word ‘motivation’ means a vigour that drives individuals to behave in a specific way. It is influenced by external as well as internal factors, which are known as extrinsic and intrinsic motivations respectively. Employees’ motivation is said to be the driving force of an organisation, in order to steer it to the desired destination. Intrinsic motivation comes from feeling emotions, task commitment, ownership and job satisfaction that eventually increase performance and productivity. Literature shows that autonomy, mastery and connection are mostly associated with intrinsic motivation. Autonomy is a choice in what one does and includes les
Online Marketing Gurus expands to US and Singapore – AdNews

Online Marketing Gurus expands to US and Singapore – AdNews

Online Marketing
Australian search and digital agency Online Marketing Gurus has opened offices in Dallas and Singapore. The move is part of the agency's fast growth trajectory. Since it launched in 2012, the agency now services more than  350 clients and has a team of more than 100. It is on track to hit $20 million in revenue this year, without making acquisitions or taking outside investment. Online Marketing Gurus CEO Andrew Raso is looking forward to bringing the agency’s award-winning suite of digital services including SEO, Google Ads, social media advertising and content marketing services to the US and Singapore. “Exciting things are happening in the Singapore and US markets right now," Raso says. "Digital is maturing to become much more sophisticated in Singapore, f