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As one of the most influential generations of our time, Millennials have initiated a significant shift in today’s work-life environment.

I am not just saying that because I come from that generation.

These days, the big question isn’t about how we obtain work-life balance. Rather it is how we integrate our work with our families, friends, hobbies, and personal goals. Drawing a distinct line between our personal lives and our work lives has become something of the past. This is all thanks to things like technology and our constant ability to plug-in at work.

Instead, Millennials like me are more concerned with work-life integration.

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George Carlin – may he rest in peace – talked about 7 words you can’t say on TV. Well, this article is going to tackle the 7 dirty words of Internet marketing. You want to disassociate yourself from these as much as you can, if you know what is good for you.

Ok here are the 7 Dirty Words…

Dirty Words

Number 7

Which is one of my favorites, is “buy.”
You NEVER want to tell people to BUY your book or whatever the heck it is you’re selling. Buying means you’re spending money on it, and people do NOT want to spend money … on ANYTHING.

So you want to stay away from this word at all costs. Try something like “claim” or “immediately download.” This will make them think they’re getting it for nothing. Read more