Entrepreneur - Business Development Specialist, 25+ years assisting start-up and emerging market companies increase revenues and build market value.
Aside from practicing the things above, I wake up to another day of opportunity to live my vision and fight through each day until I'm smack dab in the middle of living it.
Then I move on to other adventures in life with much hope that I can make a difference, while pursing the fullness of the potential inside of me.
Sometimes you'll find me crawling on the ground, rolling down the hill, limping along, but always moving forward :o
Cheers, Sharon! : )
4 days, 19 hours ago on Mindfulness and Personal Performance
This is beautiful, Michelle : )
There's a time to die and a time to grow and flourish - the seasons renew your mind, strengthen your will, nourish your emotions and provide you with hope for a better day and the wisdom to live it... And if you wholly embrace the seasons in life for what they are, you'll develop a love for yourself and others that surpasses all understanding : )
1 week, 1 day ago on The Happy Friday Series: Spring Does Come To New England
Blogging is a powerful platform to develop some of the most important relationships in your professional future.
Excellent article, Patricia : )
1 week, 2 days ago on The Connected Life of a Blogger
Hi, Jayme - I think one of the best ways to build a personal brand is to contribute to the conversation whenever you can... replying to comments on your blog, leaving comments on other blogs you frequent, liking, tweeting, google+ing the content of community that inspires you and your work.
This is what most effectively reveals the personality of your personal brand; the person behind it... If you can connect with people on this level, you can develop very strong relationships with those folks who will help you build your personal brand.
Cheers, miss! : )
1 week, 3 days ago on 10 Ways To Market Your Personal Brand
Hi, Gini - the only people worth comparing yourself to are those awesome wives/husbands - mothers/fathers who invest the very best piece of themselves into their families first. I was watching a piece on Sony's recently fired CEO, and during the program he said things like, "I only see my family/ kids a couple days a month," or "They don't see me often, but when I do come home I keep them happy with gadgets and electronics." While he was in a factory with company workers he said, "These people are my family; you're my family."Pretty sad really. But, I completely understand where he's at... There hasn't been a day since my 16th birthday that I haven't thought about business (all day, everyday) and going after the vision in my head.It doesn't and wont shut off. 15 hours? You just 'might' be able to keep up with me, Gini :oBusiness is not work for me. It's what I am. I live it, breath it and enjoy it. I love what I have the opportunity to do everyday; create businesses out of thin air.If I simply invested the effort and time I've invested in starting businesses over the years, I would be better... You know, like those awesome wives/husbands - mothers/fathers I mentioned above. My family does not get what they deserve. I can do better. Much better.I don't know that I will ever change. There's too much need in the world, too many hurting people and I desire to contribute to fixing/ solving these problems by simply building and creating real opportunities for good people. I live for improvement everyday - but sometimes that desire to be/do better is invested in all of the wrong places :o
1 week, 3 days ago on The Success Trap and Regrets of the Dying
Congratulations, Jayme - love the cover and look forward to giving a read : )!
1 week, 4 days ago on New Blogging Tips Book by Jayme @Soulati
I can't seem to share your article from an ipad : (
2 weeks, 2 days ago on Dear LFI: Why Am I So Afraid of Being Alone?
Being emotionally and spirtitually fulfilled is an inside job! Its the only way to fill the those empty places inside of us we long to satisfy. People can't do that. Relationships can't do that. Fear of loss and loniless only makes those empty places in our being open gaping wounds that can't be healed.What fills those holes inside of us is a personal thing. Different strokes for different folks. But seek the answers from within and selfishly seek the answers for YOU. It's the only way we can become selfless givers of life to others in a positive, fulfilling manner without ever being abused again : )When you arrive at a place of wholeness from this place, you'll never need anyone to fill anything for you again. Once you get here, my advice is to have the asshats bags packed and out the door! He won't change and he's using up everything that's good and decent you have to offer the world, because he's an asshat.Don't take it anymore. Period.I hope this helps in a small way : )
Good morning, Gini - If I can't reach out and slap the silly out of them, I ignore them. They're not worth the brain space or time.
They're not worth the energy of a slapping motion either, but it felt good to say anyway :o
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Seven Tips for Dealing with Online Trolls
@Brent@Echelonseo.com @Mark_Harai I didn't want to increase my publishing schedule too much on my existing blogs. It may be too much for the existing readers and I didn't want to overwhelm them.
However, with my new website/ app, I will certainly do much more real-time daily publishing/ reblogging as it will be a site that publishes a lot of content daily and readers will know what to expect.
I will be sharing many of your articles and those folks in our mutual tribes as valuable content is the focus of our tribesmates and it will be the driving force of the network I'm attempting to pull off : )
Thanks for the insights, sir - it's much appreciated!
Have a great weekend : )
3 weeks ago on Take Triberr to the Next Level with Reblogging!
Hey, Brent - I've been using the reblog feature for a while now and I love it! And Triberr!
Nice post, sir ; )
3 weeks, 1 day ago on Take Triberr to the Next Level with Reblogging!
I've never been shy about just being me. I say what I mean and mean what I say. Everybody around me always knows exactly how I feel about any subject. I don't feel like I have to justify my position to anyone; what's more important to me is just to be me. I don't separate my online friends from family or friends. I lump them all into one.When you surround yourself with authentic people it opens doors to opportunities that lead to building life-changing businesses and fruitful lives. The rest of it is just diphtheria that holds you back from being all you can be.Insightful post, Janet - cheers to you, miss : )Hi Lori - Happy Friday!
3 weeks, 1 day ago on The Authentic Life of a Blogger
Hi Lori, I carefully measure the conversations I have with folks. I know when someone is interested in advice and those who aren't.
I don't want to waste my breath on people who don't appreciate or desire my advice and I only share advice based on things I have first hand experience with.
If I can't provide that kind of advice, I don't offer any, or I direct them to people who I trust can help.
The rest is speculation and opinions about this that and the other and that kind of advice very rarely helps anybody.
3 weeks, 3 days ago on Do You Give Unsolicited Advice?
Hi, Lori - since I've started blogging, reading books has taken a hit :o I do read a lot of inspirational blogs, but it's quite different reading an impactful book.
Happy Monday to you, miss : )
3 weeks, 5 days ago on Have You Read Any Good Books Lately?
It's nice to put a voice to a face, Adam - loving the work you do with Customers that Stick!
Cheers, Jayme : )
1 month ago on Soulati Media On The Street: Social Customer Service with @AdamToporek
Hi Lindsay - I lead by example, admit my mistakes quickly and nurture & recognize the strength of those I have the privileged of serving.There something empowering by simply esteeming others greater than yourself. You can't humbly and humanly lead others from any other position.Most leaders lead from the direct opposite position and these make me sick and most of those they lead sick as well. Duchebags!Hope you're having a wonderful day, miss - you're lucky to have a leader like Gini! : )
1 month ago on The How-tos of Humility in Leadership
They should have come up with a better term than 'gamification'. I never really dug into what it actually is, as I'm not a gamer.
It's obviously much more than that!
Cheers, Jayme! : )
1 month ago on Brand Gamification Is Hot Trend in Social Marketing
We all have our own "little worlds." Think about your own and all of the thoughts, intentions, relationships, people, place and things that run through our minds daily. Your life affects others until it doesn't exist anymore. Everybody dies at some point.I look at changing the world one small world at a time. That's the only way ANYBODY has ever changed the world.It's a good thing to possess a heart that cares for others. That's important work. You will and have already changed the world more than you know.It's the little things that add up to big things in life. Most folks who have had dramatic contributions to the world didn't do it on purpose while they were still alive... Their words, work, art, music, etc. touched and changed the world over time, one small world at a time.My purpose for being born was to change the world; one small world at a time and I do that everyday, and so do you. You don't have to be super-human to change the world; You just have to be the best version of YOU daily and give yourself liberally to people who are drawn and attracted to you.My two cents, miss - Happy Monday to you!
1 month ago on Are You Changing the World?
The big D. I can't wait to meet Dino in person and dig into some conversation : )
Triberr is certainly shaking things up in the blogoshere... It's great to part of making history with other awesome bloggers!
P.S. I did get your other message... just waiting for the right response; tired of, "Coming soon." I just want to send you a link already. I know how Gini and Sharon felt through their product launches; something new always popping up :o
1 month, 1 week ago on Soulati Media On The Street with @Triberr @DinoDogan
Keep going and you're going to be teaching tech tips on content creation soon!
1 month, 1 week ago on Soulati Media On The Street With @rhogroupee Rosemary O’Neill