I feel honored…

...to be in the top 5% most-viewed profiles on LinkedIn.How does that old saying go... "You're one in a million!" Except that there are 200 million LinkedIn profiles. And I am one in ten million.I mean, I'm not even that good at math and I know that it's not special.There are 313,914,040 people living in … Continue reading I feel honored…

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Navigating a Vague Corporate Social Media Policy

You may have noticed this blog has been unfortunately blank for most of the last year. Aside from general negligence, I have been contemplating my company's vague social media policy, which states there is to be no use of social media for business purposes. The primary reason for this ban has been the lack of … Continue reading Navigating a Vague Corporate Social Media Policy

Shameless Plug for Books for Cameroon

My friend Wendy is stationed in Cameroon, West Africa, as a grassroots micro finance volunteer for the Peace Corps. After her first few months in a village without running water or paved roads, she realized that a lot of the kids in Cameroon can't read and don't have access to books. When Wendy contacted an … Continue reading Shameless Plug for Books for Cameroon

Networking

I am continually amazed by the return on investment that I have experienced through networking. Whether it be through business meetings, volunteer work or even social media, I have been able to start building a network of people that can help out whenever I need anything. And I mean anything. If I need to find … Continue reading Networking