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I don't know how I missed this tribute to your teddy bear, Ken - shame on me! We had a neat program at the Lebanon Valley Chamber, called by this name - I don't know if this was how the holiday originated. Chamber members hosted teddy for one day and wrote about his adventures during the day with that business person. Then the teddies went to elementary school classrooms to share the stories of their experiences. I thought it was a very cool idea, so I participated.
By the way, my teddy would like to visit your teddy.....
6 months, 2 weeks ago on Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day
Sounds like a really good fit, Ken; congratulations for imagining your life beyond your front porch. Wish you the best!
10 months ago on Change is in the Air at Inkling Media
Well-deserved; hail to the #Slammers!!
1 year, 11 months ago on #FollowFriday: Liz Reusswig
Honored I got to visit you on your old porch and looking forward to enjoying your warm welcome on the new one, Ken. Glad to be a part of your community!
2 years ago on The Art of Building Community
I love a truthful male....wishing you the best in your new house - and on your new porch, Ken! Kathy Snavely
2 years, 1 month ago on The Social Life of Frank & Linh: Moving Day
Thanks, Andy - well said!
2 years, 6 months ago on People Search for Evaluating Your Personal Brand | Social Media Club
Thanks, Rebel - perfect follow up to today's Marketing for the Entrepreneur class today; will share with my students.
2 years, 7 months ago on 12 Most Powerful Marketing Shifts to Attract Today’s Empowered Buyers
@MFillmore Who says 13 isn't a lucky number? #Iwent2collegenearFillmoreNY
3 years, 1 month ago on Tweeting with the Presidents
Thank you, Ken; I have been ranting about this for years on Twitter with only one response (from a guy). Make the same recommendations to my students and clients.
3 years, 2 months ago on Marketing and our Messed Up Priorities: How We Got it Wrong with GoDaddy
Stellar, Anne - I would agree that coordinating the efforts of my immediate family of 26 is much more challenging that working with my clients (even when I'm feeding them). The challenge now is to ignite the fire of your seven points within them! I have to remind myself that while telling them about your points or a well-deserved kick-in-the-keister might feel great for me, creating a path of self discovery for them is more meaningful, long term - as it is with our clients. The shortest route isn't necessarily the best one. Thank you, my friend!
3 years, 2 months ago on What 15 years as a stay-at-home mom taught me about entrepreneurship
Thank you for leading once again, Anne; for those of you who want to continue benefitting from her leadership, follow her on Twitter @annedgallaher.
3 years, 4 months ago on 13 Ways to Reach Your Audience on Social Media