Joshua Becker writes about de-cluttering the past: Your thoughts tend to dwell in the past as the things around you force your mind to reminisce. Solutions tend to be rooted in the past as the things around you conjure up the same old thought-processes. Additionally, our minds are tied to the past because there is […]
Archives for September 2013
No thank you very much for selling my email address to spam mailing lists. I know a LinkedIn friend did it to me because I use a specific email address on LinkedIn and I don’t share it anywhere else. Now I need to edit that address. For the sake of our relationship, I hope you’re […]
Three weeks ago today I wrote about my Facebook divorce. I wrote how I would continue to interact with people on groups and pages but I would cease writing on my wall. It’s been successful. I knew I needed to unfriend a lot of people to not be tempted to write my own thoughts of […]
There were dozens of blog posts on my Feedly reading list. They had accumulated over the past few weeks and I’d only read a handful of them. While I could have kept reading at a snail’s pace, I decided to mark them all as read and to start fresh the next time I open the […]
Heed the advice of social media consultants and promote your blog by commenting on other blogs. Be active in their blog communities, link to their blog posts, and submit guest post ideas. Being transparent and honest will bring you blog traffic. Comments that tell a story help your brand and help me understand what you’re […]
Go on. Laugh at yourself and your Facebook posts.
There are many memories associated with 9/11. Mine are about the cardboard box. I found this video in 2011 and shared it. Twice. And, again. The Adventures of a Cardboard Box from Studiocanoe on Vimeo.
This word cloud, via Wordle shows the frequency of tasks for my next job. What do I want to do? Having applied for several vacancy announcements in recent days, I copied the responsibility sections from those job ads and created this image showing which responsibilities appear more often than others. Popularity equals size. It is […]