Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

    Small Joys

    Do you know what it’s like to experience small joys? The beauty of a simple moment when all is right with the world? Not in a permanent “peace on earth, good will to men” kind of way. I’m thinking of something much less significant, yet still has the ability to produce satisfaction, if only for [...]

    6 Social Media Lessons I Learned from Killing A Stink Bug

    “DIE STINK BUGS! DIE!” I know. That’s a little harsh, especially since it’s Friday and we’re about to be snow bound for the weekend. But c’mon. I hate bugs! This morning I found a stink bug on the inside of my coffee cup. That wouldn’t be so bad, except my cup was still about a [...]

    Three Wise Men at Starbucks

    I saw three wise men yesterday at Starbucks and it’s not even Christmas time! They were meeting to solve local and world problems and basically just “chew the fat” (southern colloquialism for sitting around talking about everything and nothing in particular). And they did this every day, sometimes with a few more wise men, sometimes [...]

    Tweople You Must Follow

    As noted in yesterday’s post, for the last few months I’ve been telling people about Twitter. This morning an idea for a post started brewing in my mind and now the pot is finally ready. Here is a short list of tweople I recommend anyone using Twitter should follow, and why. (This could be part [...]

    Handwritten Notes, Connections and Lost Luggage

    You never know what might happen when you take the time to handwrite a note. The other day I wrote to Chris Brogan, thanking him for the impact he’s had on me at this phase of my business. I sincerely appreciate his willingness to share information, not to mention the fact that he’s a genius! [...]

    Unattended – Not for Women Only

    Today Archie, our 93 pound golden retriever puppy, and I went for a ride in the car. I decided he could go with me and stay in the car while I had a meeting about an upcoming gig. The weather was nice so I opened the sunroof and cracked the windows so he would be [...]

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    Cheryl Smith