Dennis Yu

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What Qualifies You to Provide a Credible Opinion

Many people have strong opinions, whether credible or not, about what you should or should not do, whether backed by experience or not. And the more people you have, the more unsolicited opinions you’ll have coming at you– from family, friends, people who work for you, and random people on the internet. The tricky balance […]

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Leverage your weak connections for a network boost.

Things I wish I knew 20 years ago, which would have avoided me much suffering…

Choose ONE niche serving ONE type of customer doing ONE thing really well, instead of doing many things for many types of people. The latter doesn’t scale and results in headaches. Even a technology business is still a people business first— you need relationship skills to sell, manage employees, and build partnerships. Develop EQ instead

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Life’s Work

Everything I know– packaged up into the 1,036 pages below. Not counting the 2,149 videos, 2,000 articles, and 750 speaking engagements. 22 years of digital marketing as a practitioner and educator. You spend the first decade of your career LEARNING.You spend the second decade of your career DOING.And you spend the third decade of your

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I believe teaching is the highest professional responsibility we can have.

Even if you are not a Karen Freberg, you can still teach others from right where you are, to lift where you stand. Formal educators must work with private sector professionals like us to bridge the training gap that students face when they graduate- so we can help them get great jobs and be awesome employees

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