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Stephanie Paul
Changing the face of "Bored Rooms"! I'm a lover, writer, laugher, sister, surfer, blogger, connector, and positive believer!
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Stephanie Paul Oct 27
Join me & my fellow trainers & for ’s webinar to discuss influence, communication, & relationships – & how you can apply it all to social engineering. Register now at . Tune in 10/29 @ 1pm ET.
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The Ethical Hacker Network (EH-Net) Oct 17
Webinar: "Hacking Humans" Join & on thoughts, actions & people around you—plus what a career in REALLY looks like—in this FREE webinar on Tues Oct 29 @ 1:00 PM EDT
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Stephanie Paul Jun 24
Awesome Topic!!
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Stephanie Paul Jun 10
Something to think about on the subject of AI.
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Stephanie Paul Jun 7
TODAY is the day! Enjoy hilarious comedy in support of Alzheimer's Association, this evening. Get your tickets now and let your friends know! Also note: if you do not need tickets, you can still donate to the Alzheimer's Association until midnight tonight.
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Stephanie Paul Jun 7
TODAY is the day! Enjoy hilarious comedy in support of Alzheimer's Association, this evening, I'll be hosting this event. Get your tickets now and let your friends know!
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Stephanie Paul Jun 5
"Robert Cialdini discussed this principle in his book, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion: 'We view a behavior as more correct in a given situation to the degree that we see others performing it.'"
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Stephanie Paul Jun 5
Just TWO DAYS left to get tickets! Enjoy hilarious comedy in support of Alzheimer's Association. Let your friends know!
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Stephanie Paul May 20
Come support an amazing cause!! Tickets on search “Comics Unzipped”!
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Stephanie Paul May 13
Interesting advice that technically can apply to anybody. "Susan Colantuono shares a simple, surprising piece of advice you might not have heard before quite so plainly."
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Stephanie Paul May 13
Please join us for an amazing night of humor and hilarity!! This is going to be one hell of a FUNdraiser for Alzheimer's Association!! Spread the word, and get your tickets at the link!
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Stephanie Paul May 10
"A massive study from Peterson Institute for International Economics, which studied 21,980 firms in 91 countries, found that businesses with women in the C-suite are more profitable than those without. Clearly, the issue isn’t one of performance."
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Stephanie Paul May 10
Join us for a night of stand-up comedy in support of the Alzheimer's Association. I'll be hosting. Featuring one of America's leading headliners
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Stephanie Paul May 8
"Companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15 percent more likely to generate financial returns above the industry average; those in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to do so."
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Stephanie Paul May 6
"Maybe by understanding the psychological processes behind our different experiences of time, we might be able to slow things down a little."
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Stephanie Paul May 3
Replying to @StephaniePaulZz
Yo-Yo says it behooves you to zone in on the audience’s energy and what their needs & desires are. He believes that it is not only a conversation with your fellow musicians, it is a conversation with the audience.
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Stephanie Paul May 3
As a performer in the arts of film, TV, & comedy turned professional speaker and trainer, I am a firm believer that the relationship you have on any stage is with your audience.
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Stephanie Paul May 1
Here are some tips to gaining Fast Track designation from the FDA.
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Stephanie Paul Apr 29
Care partners play a significant role in providing support to those in the early stage of Alzheimer's. Your support may help them share their diagnosis, plan for the future and stay engaged.
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Stephanie Paul Apr 28
One of my dear friends DrBetty Uribe deserves this award more than anyone I know personally! She not only does amazing things for her employees and community she is an amazing friend and an inspiration to “Women in Leadership”.
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