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Amy Schmittauer is Founder & Face of Savvy Sexy Social, a video series dedicated to helping you go after the life you want. The show on YouTube has an archive of over 600 edutainment-style episodes teaching personal development, vlogging, lifestyle design, and social media. A community from nearly every country in the world has elevated the series to amass more than 3.5 million views, inspiring the release of Amy’s first book Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill It Online with Video Blogging. Follow Amy on Twitter.
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Did you miss your appointment with creativity?

When was the last time you scheduled time for yourself?  If you are always going at your To Do List and not allowing yourself the moments you need to reconnect with your thoughts and get creative, you are cheating yourself out of being the best you. Bonnie Marcus reminds us of that in this great article Do You Have Any Time To Think Creatively, which she wrote for WomenOnBusiness.com.  She talks about getting “lost in the abyss of busy work” and how it’s holding us back from the spark of our “creative juices.”

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Why It Pays To Be A Twitter Chatterbox

For anyone who is still trying to figure out if they need to tweet or not, this post is for you. Scott Stratten of UnMarketing was just like a lot of people when he signed up for Twitter: a non-believer. But if you read his blog 50,000 Tweets and All I Got Was Everything, you’ll see how he changed his ways to find the social network’s full business potential and how it led him to become one of the top influencers on Twitter.

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Under30CEO Tells An Entreprenewbie’s #1 Mistake

As entreprenewbies, we are here to support and help each other be successful and prosper in our business objectives.  The reason why I am sharing this article from Under 30 CEO is because sometimes the hard truth is that there might be holes in our ideas or missing links in our business plans that make another entrepreneur, finance professional, or mentor’s opinion very important.  It’s crucial to believe in oneself so that we can get through the difficult beginnings of a business venture, but that doesn’t mean shrugging off any negative feedback that comes your way.

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