PRLog - July 21, 2014 - NEW YORK -- July 21, 2014To help you earn a better work life balance, Dan Strongin, the Uncorporate Consultant, an advocate for greater productivity through pride and joy in work, will devote his weekly email newsletter for the next 50 weeks to sharing working secrets for free, to help address the need for relevant, effective, experienced-
Dan Strongin, The Uncorporate Consultant
Focusing on what matters, the things you need to produce more in the real world of work, to become more effective, get more done in less time, with better quality results, enjoy work more, and leave time for a better work life balance by learning these secrets. You can subscribe at http://www.managenaturally.com or simply copy the following link into your browser: managenaturally.com/
Recently Mr. Strongin told us, ”Information on the Internet is, and should be shared freely, but it should be good information. And there should be some way to lead people to the good stuff: help them with information overload. Online training and development resources need to model more closely the Khan Academy: focus on what needs to be learned, not just on what will sell fast, done by people who have mastery, then give it away so people will use it.”
“If they then wish to dig deeper, we provide project based, student directed learning experiences in our online academy, as sometimes information alone is not enough."
Seeing the opportunity for relevant, reality-tested eLearning solutions and online training resources, Mr. Strongin will be sharing these time-tested, pragmatic and effective solutions for real world business problems and work life balance secrets in this free weekly working secrets email.
Dan was for many years a consultant and strategic marketing guru for State Marketing Boards and Value Added Businesses, and one of the key people behind the explosive growth of artisan cheese as market niche in the US. “Having been there, and done that for decades, I stay away from what doesn’t work, to focus on what does: The working secrets few people know about, that drive some of the most profitable companies in the world. He he calls them “uncorporate”