A Lesson in Slowing Down

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I have always been an extremely goal oriented person. Part of this is definitely due to how success is celebrated in our culture, where productivity and “busyness” are virtues. Part of it is just how I’m wired. For those of you familiar with the Enneagram test, I’m a type 3 (known as the achiever). I’ve […]

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Answers to Your Questions About Working Remotely

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Fact: Working remotely is on the rise. With today’s technologies, there are many types of work that can be executed successfully outside of a specific place. There are many benefits to remote work for both employees and employers, including increased productivity and flexibility, as well as the ability to hire top talent regardless of geographic […]

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How to Make Your Own GIFs

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GIFs are easy for your audience to consume and provide an opportunity for you to share more information with viewers than a static image can. You can use them to show movement (like a rocket launch), share a demo, provide a teaser to a longer video, or simply to entertain viewers. Follow the steps below […]

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NASA Social: The SpaceX CRS-19 Rocket Launch

The NASA Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the Kennedy Space Station.

NASA Social is a program to provide opportunities for NASA’s social media followers to learn and share information about NASA’s missions, people, and programs. As those of you who follow me on social media already know, I was one of 50 social media pros that were invited to attend the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch of […]

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