Networking is necessary to have a successful business. Connections are essential and sometimes we need to leverage those connections. For some, this doesn’t “feel good.” It seems too much like “selling” and many don’t want to be in sales. Although … Continue reading →
The 12-year old said that, “the haters are motivators.” What if we all took his approach to be more determined to do the right thing in a positive way? Imagine the possibilities.
Join in #PositivelySocial today by using the hashtag to note those things that you see that are “Positively Social.” I am excited to see how we can talk about things in a more civil and understanding manner…even when we don’t agree. Continue reading →
This week’s Keep It Simple Post is to offer tips on using Storify to create a tweetchat transcript. 7 tips to generate a transcript quickly and easily using Storify. Continue reading →
Think about this: Adults w/ disabilities spend two times as much time online as those w/o disabilities. Are they spending that time with you? People with disabilities are 18% of US pop with $175 billion in discretionary spending power. Can you ignore that? I wouldn’t, which is why these 3 tips can help and the additional resources listed can make a difference. Continue reading →
I am fortunate enough to moderate two very busy chats, SMChat on Wednesdays at 1pm ET and the #SOBCon chat on the third Thursday of the month. Along the way, I’ve come up with some tips to offer that will be helpful if you find yourself in the moderation hot seat. Continue reading →
For this month’s SOBCon chat we will have a special guest – author and entrepreneur, Jonathan Fields. Jonathan’s latest book came out this fall and is titled, “Uncertainty – Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance.” We are going … Continue reading →