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Ready to make 2017 a career year, full of new opportunities, new connections, and new pathways to success?

Sometimes the best advice is the simplest. In their new ebook Be More Successful in 2017, William Arruda and Ora Shtull of CareerBlast cut out the fat to help you get down to business.

 

With contributions from leading business thought leaders, Arruda and Shtull offer readers seven essential tips to help professionals of all ages take their careers to the next level. I was happy to add my own thoughts on the value of storytelling:

Other great thought leaders like John Hall, Dorie Clark, and Kathy Caprino also share their thoughts on topics ranging from personal branding to building a tribe. It’s a quick and easy read, and you’re sure to come away with a few good ideas for making your 2017 something special.

Click here to download Be More Successful in 2017. And be sure to follow CareerBlast and authors William Arruda and Ora Shtull on Twitter for more great professional insights!

To learn more about the power of storytelling in your content marketing strategy, check out the video below!

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