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Good point on #1. I even search to see if there is a Facebook group titled"I Hate________" using the company's name. Amazing what you will learn
1 year, 9 months ago on Eight Steps to Clean-Up Your Online Reputation
Agreed. I have ADD and I would get...Oh look somebody tagged me on Facebook... :) Just kidding, I know how I work and I think I would be distracted and not productive in that environment
1 year, 11 months ago on Office Life: Google Hits it Out of the Park
My distractions at home are not only the people and the pets, but home things that need to be done. I often find myself saying, "let me just start this load of laundry and then I can work" Three hours later, no work but clean clothes and probably the garbage is out, etc. etc. You need to know yourself and as the article says it is all about focus! By the way @allenmireles is an inspiration!
2 years ago on Getting Things Done: Why Working at Home is Better
I would say the prefix needs to day. Social implies two way conversation and to me not all media possess that quality.
2 years ago on Is Social Business a Buzzword or is There More to it?
I like that..the social part of social media. I enjoy giving presentations on LinkedIn for that very reason. I give presentations to job seekers, HR personnel, sales people, etc. and really try to make the point it is about making connections and liken it to networking groups like BNI. I usually try to weave in discussion on using introductions, writing recommendations for others, and providing answers and links to experts in the Q & A section as a way to see it is more than just connecting with as many people as you can and then never checking your account again. For those of you on here that make presentations on social media, how do you try to drive home this concept?