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@margieclayman- you picked me up as I learned to exercise on twitter, You walked me through Twitter 101. As I move on to twitter 201 I will learn all the applications and tools to use, ones that best suit me.This blog is excellant for all, newbies or vintage as you share and learn. Important facts are to be honest, respectful, and trust building. Keep learning and building. Isn't that what makes for good customer participation?
5 months, 1 week ago on The State of Twitter, 2013
The comparing your self with another does bring about problems- I read somewhere grate people talk about dreams , normal people talk about things, and jealous people talk about others.
9 months, 4 weeks ago on Create Your Personal Path
Was unable to tune in on your interview. I really have learned a lot from your blogs over the past year. It is exciting that you have written a book and the format you followed.Always creative. You are number 1. on mt list of 25 leaders most creative.
10 months ago on Join Margie Clayman for a Special Livefyre Q&A Today
A step by step book sounds great. Most people need structure in their practice to use social media.. Looking forward to it and thankful you are taking the challenge
10 months ago on Writing A Social Media Book For Business
It ceases to amaze me how you can pull out a great message in plain old english from books you have read, movies you have watched or trips you have made.So as the first start of "Just Say It Already" I just did!
11 months ago on Just say it already
Sometimes we are so full of energy and so strong we think we can do anything.Learn to listen to what your body tells you . And might I add Go to a reputable athletic shoe store
and get the right shoe fit according to how you run etc.,Also there are theraputic exercises you can do for your foot. Check it out with an orthopedic doctor.
11 months ago on Slow Down, You Move Too Fast
My daughter helped me train for a 5K Walk with my 4 wheel walker. You have to build slowly for the distance.-a short walk today a longer walk tomorrow, a day off. Stop when you need a rest-drink water when you are thirsty.I also remember the old saying "Haste makes waste".Plan your time-take your time and do it right.Pushing too hard and to long does catch up with you.
First off the bat-I love chocolate peanut butter pie.There are many times when a person is learnig something new , they have feelings of not being "good enough" This is also one of the situations you face when you start changing for the better. Comparisons to others creates many problems.Stop making comparisons and go for your own goal.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on You're worth more than peanut butter pie
How you touch my heart with your article. Coming from a family of ten I can remember the things my mother and grandmother cooked with love for us. I just had my baby brother for a visit. I made a tray of opened faced cheese toast for breakfast. He said: " you have Mama's touch. I t made me so proud-we sat there talking about a long dining table of wonerderful comfort food. Luv It.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on What Love Tastes Like
Well said Margie.Accepting Kindness with Grace couldn 't have graced the social media at a better time. Stop and smell the roses by letting people know you appreciated them in all they do. It is in those small acts ofd kindness that help us daily get through life. So share your blessing and let us not forget to be kind and thankful,
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Accepting Kindness With Grace
I've often wondered why people tear people down. Where does it come from?If it happened to you it would hurt. So why do we need to hurt others.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on The Curse of Seeking Acceptance
Staying connected during the rough spots is a very timely message for so many, It is also special coming from a youthful heart. It is a good message for seniors who feel isolated at times. It would also be a good thing if nursing homes could hook up facebook so their clients could keep in touch with family.It could easily be under the Activities
Director's duties. Thank you Margie.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on You Are Not Alone
Glad to be able to boost my Social Media from PegFitz[atrick as I read Twelve Most Smart Ways To Build Your Social Media. !2 Most has sao many good articles to get a degree in Social Media. Luuv It
12 months ago on 12 Most Smart Ways to Boost Your Social Media Efforts
Shocked to find out the schools here in my my county stopped teaching cursive writing. However I have noticed the younger generation print very nicely. I suppose either way is good as long as it is done by hand.Writing down things daily, journals or short blogs, helps build ones personality
1 year ago on Pencils, Pens and Writing from the Heart: The Beauty of Low-tech Blogging
Finding your own truths and being true to ones self brings about honesty, integrity, and self worth thus eliminating the need of braging or gloating.
1 year ago on Social Medici - Lesson 1: Be Humble
Margie, I entered twitterville right after you got started on your blogging adventure. It was you who for some reason picked this vintage soul up and helped me through twitter 101. Now I am reaching out and expressing myself with a few blogs. Hope to see you out there each and everyday because you do make a difference.
1 year, 2 months ago on my 2-year bloggiversary
Totally agree with Idealism tempered with realkism is the best leadsership form.Having an idelistic goal guided by the real, here in the now checks and points will keep a leader grounded and working toward success.
1 year, 2 months ago on Idealism Versus Realism: A Leader’s Choice
Building Success on Social Media is building trust. This also apllies in real life. Steady, truthful connections=success.
1 year, 3 months ago on Myth: Glorifying Others is the Key To Your Dreams
Being sucessfull in social media is all about building trust. It is the same in real life. Steady, truthful exchanges is what builds a balance.
Margie "In Your words "awesome sauce!" You do provide some thought provoking subjects. What would you call that
1 year, 4 months ago on I hate the term "thought leader"