When you realize social can affect everything, you can create value entire differently. And that has huge implications for us as leaders, for our organizations and for our economy. But it will mean we need to stop thinking “Social Media” and start thinking about what Social really means — to be connected, purposefully and in More
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I got a email a few days ago but because I was so far behind on emails, I only just dug it out. The sender asked if I could camouflage the specifics of people and organizations so he didn’t need to seek clearance, but thought it might be helpful to fellow readers of Yes & More
As I sit on a plane on my way to another event, I am reflecting on what it means to be with one another, in person. What do we get by being together in the same place rather than virtual places, through webinars and such? What does it give us to be in one another’s More
I was recently flying Virgin America on my way home from NYC. I usually check my watch just as the gates are about to close, to see if we’re leaving on time and the next phase countdown for the journey. In this instance, as I looked down, there was no watch. This watch was the More
I’ve wrote a few days about how to support an author. The most important about that post was towards the end. It said, thank you. Your support means a lot to us authors. Without people sharing ideas, either through reviews and blog posts, or gifting it, or creating discussion groups at work, no idea gets More
“A barista spends 3 minutes making you a $6 latte, you tip her. A writer spends a year writing a book; and you complain that $4.99 is too high”. That line is from a tweet that has gotten over – get this — 4000 responses. Why? No one knows how to support an author. So, More