Posts Tagged ‘social media’

    Three Books for My Spring Reading List (Part 2)

    Yesterday I shared the first of three books that are on my Spring Reading List. (Read my post about Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt.) More Than Enchanting is the second book on my list, from Jo Saxton of 3DM. Jo is a phenomenal speaker with a heart for helping others learn what it [...]

    Three Books for My Spring Reading List

    It’s been unseasonably warm in Lynchburg this winter. Daffodils in full bloom tell me it’s time to think about my Spring Reading List–even though I have unread books in bookcases, on my nightstand, and on my Peter’s Kindle. I’m “in the middle” of reading more books than I can recall at the moment but three books have [...]

    I’ll Show You Mine

    I’ll show you my refrigerator if you show me yours. Tonight as I was cleaning up after dinner, I had this sudden urge to take pictures of my refrigerator. Weird, I know. Except a few years ago I saw these cool photos of people’s refrigerators. Then when I was at Laity Lodge, there was a [...]

    Are You Subscribed to Zuck?

    If you’re a Facebook user, are you subscribed to Zuck, Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerburg? From the looks of it, more than five million people are subscribed because he converted his Facebook fans to subscribers. Zuckerberg may already have more subscribers than your favorite celebrity! To see if you’re subscribed, go to your profile and click [...]

    United Song 1: How Would You Respond?

    Watch the video below, then read the blurb and finally, tell me your thoughts. Here’s the blurb from Dave Carroll’s website: In the spring of 2008, Sons of Maxwell were traveling to Nebraska for a one-week tour and my Taylor guitar was witnessed being thrown by United Airlines baggage handlers in Chicago. I discovered later [...]

    The Things You Discover on Twitter

    Tonight I was doing a search on Twitter to see who was talking about Lynchburg. You can follow that real time search here. That’s when I found this tweet: I’ve known Ken Garren, President of Lynchburg College, (LC) for several years and actually had the privilege of attending his inaugural ball. I’ve seen him and [...]

    Fun Times at Women, Influence & Social Media

    Just moments ago Jennifer Bailey and I presented Women, Influence & Social Media to a group of Lynchburg business and non-profit professionals. Our goal was to decrease some of the mystery and intimidation associated with social media in order to make it accessible, which really is the point. Take a look at the presentation below [...]

    My Three Words for 2009

    Earlier this year I read a great post on 3 Goals for 2009 by Chris Brogan about his alternative to New Year’s Resolutions. It seemed to make sense to me, especially in terms of helping me stay focused on specific areas and outcomes for the year. Since life was busy, I couldn’t provide the mental [...]

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    Biz School for Bloggers Here I Come

    I started my blog about this time last year after some mild armtwisting from Dan Portnoy, Portnoy Media Group. Dan is the guy who helped me get my site from dream to reality. The journey has been amazing really. I’ve connected with great folks from near and far, and I am so very thankful! On [...]

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    Cheryl Smith