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@hosmith thank you so much for reading, hugh! isn't the book phenomenal? i'm usually a digital book reader, but JJJRH is so beautifully designed, i had to get the hard copy when i saw it! thank you for your comment :)
1 day, 21 hours ago on How to Create Amazing Content
love it when smart people join forces. congrats @jasonkonopinski!
2 weeks, 3 days ago on #FollowFriday: Our New Paid Media Manager
@mbmbmb i see your perspective. #2 may look like a comment, but it's an actionable step that you can take during the content creation process. and #3 is also an actionable step (although it doesn't look like it from afar). many people and companies try to maintain so much control, that they fail to create. my point is to realize that the lack of control is a way to create.
this is certainly an abstract blog post, and i apologize if you feel it's not tactical enough. i have a number of more tactical, how to posts on my blog that provide more actionable steps. thank you for letting me know your thoughts.
1 month, 1 week ago on 3 Tips for Content Inspiration
@Lorim thank you Lorraine!
1 month, 2 weeks ago on How Creative Confidence Leads to Freedom
@Brit at Sprout Social my pleasure!
2 months ago on How to Use Sprout Social to Do Less Work
@DanielMelbye i've tried hootsuite back in the day (and also gave it another whirl recently) and from my experiences, I've decided to avoid it at all costs (for a variety of reasons...but mostly because clean interface is crucial for me!) and yes, sprout social is great at organizing twitter lists too! thanks for stopping by, Daniel!
@kr_iyer i find more freedom with digital but often more depth and clarity with the printed word. quite a dilemma! thanks for stopping by, Krithika! love hearing your take.
2 months, 1 week ago on What Written Words Can Teach Us About the Future
@Lisa Gerber wait...you're joking, right? i guess milennials are perceived as less human than we even realize sometimes. can't we all just get along?!
in all seriousness (does that exist with us crazy kids?) thanks for stopping by, Lisa! :)
2 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Treat Millennials Like Humans
@Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes interesting points, Joshua. the good news is that the perception of the Millennial generation is a living, breathing thing. we have the added benefit to shape the perception while we're living it, thanks to the internet giving us a voice. The Internet is the first medium owned by the audience, the first medium to give the audience a voice.
the narcissistic issues that you mention may seem bad on the surface..but remember...there's never been a time in history where we could share so much about ourselves so quickly. i hope we can learn from each other and use all of this info for good. thanks so much for your comment, Joshua. I appreciate you stopping by!
@GroTraffic it's a constant evolutionary process. those that open their minds to innovating go far. thanks for stopping by, Mark!
3 months, 1 week ago on What the Media Taught Me about Being Social
@GroTraffic my pleasure, Mark!
3 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Choose Marketing Tools with Purpose
@Sandra Sallin thanks so much Sandra!
3 months, 4 weeks ago on How Stories Set You Free
@lauraclick totally agree, Laura. if it's a weakness to find the time and resources to create, why not outsource to companies who do this for a living, and *love* doing it? thanks so much for stopping by! hope you're enjoying summer :)
4 months ago on 7 Reasons Why Outsourcing Content is Smart
happy birthday, Erin!
4 months, 1 week ago on It’s My Birthday Month
before I considered myself a real writer, I blamed this "edgy" feeling on just about everything: the weather, pancakes...no new episodes of LOST. yeah, i was quite lost as an undiagnosed writer. now my symptoms are solved. glad I'm not alone! great post.
4 months, 3 weeks ago on Taking the Edge Off
@KDillabough that's a beautiful approach, Kaarina! amen.
4 months, 3 weeks ago on Why Storytelling is Not Just for Kids
@RalphMRivera sure, that sounds about right. good luck with your squinzies, Ralph! sounds intense! :)
4 months, 3 weeks ago on Why Squinzies Make Your Business Human
hi Ralph, great post! and I love the Viktor Frankl quote. change teaches us to become more flexible, open-minded, and curious. as much as I don't "enjoy moving" (who does?!) i'm grateful for the freedom to move. So many people tie themselves down to one place to live for years. And while I can see the benefit of being tied to one location, the sameness bores me. I like the challenge of picking up and letting go. I hope you're settling in, and enjoying the challenge of change :)
4 months, 3 weeks ago on QOTW 2013: Week 29: If change is constant, why do we suck at managing it?
@Erin F. thank you Erin! Squinzies mean that we're challenging ourselves so that we can evolve - both as people, and as businesses. and this is always good thing. (as long as we don't do anything blatantly stupid)! thank you so much for your comment!
5 months ago on Why Squinzies Make Your Business Human
@lauraclick i like to inventimize words a lot too. and yes, squinzies...always leads to something good! thank you for commenting, Laura! :)