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Keynotes by Matt Cutts promote the need to challenge routines and obstacles. In particular, Cutts suggests that individuals challenge themselves to achieve a certain goal in a span of 30 days -- a challenge which he himself took.
Cutts is currently a Distinguished Engineer and head of Webspam at Google. He is the engineer responsible for creating the first version of 'SafeSearch,' the family filter for Google's system. In terms of his education, Cutts earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Kentucky and his M.S. from UNC-Chapel Hill. He went on to receive his Ph.D. in Computer Graphics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
With hard work and determination, the keynotes by Matt Cutts show audiences that improvements, changes and goals can be achieved in 30 days.
Featured Keynote - How to Challenge Yourself
Matt Cutts Suggests Trying Something New for 30 Days
Matt Cutts suggests that the best way to learn if you would like to try something new in your life is to take on that challenge for a short period of time. He suggests to his audience that 30 days is the… Read More