February 8, 2019
Will Writing A Book Get You Where You Want To Go?

So, you want to write a book… Why? Why now? What are you going to do with it? Who are you trying to reach? Why should/do prospective readers care about you? How will you reach them? What do you want them to do once you do reach them? Do they even like and have time […]

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April 18, 2018
Don't Make This Rookie LinkedIn Mistake

LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool for serious business people, but there's one mistake users are making that sends a latent message that a professional connection with them isn't likely to yield any benefit. Power networking is not measured in time spent, connection requests sent, or number of connections made. It's measured in results. LinkedIn […]

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November 29, 2017
Net Neutrality: We're Asking the Wrong Questions

THE WRONG CALL TO ACTION I'm going to start this post on the topic of net neutrality, but this post is about more than that. This post is about the fact that we (authors, ghostwriters, editors, and business people in general) are asking the wrong questions and what we can do to think deeper and […]

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July 5, 2015
Setting Boundaries on Social Media

Establishing social media boundaries is critical to the success of your brand. Do you have a social media strategy, and does it articulate who (or the types of accounts) you will connect with on various social media platforms? I designed this post to help you identify and correct areas where your social media practices are […]

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