Tag Archives: communications

Technophobia

I have the conversation literally every week. In the conversation I usually hear a line not unlike this: “People don’t know how to interact in real life any more.” …or some similar phrase. I undersand where people are coming from and I believe, based on the information that has been presented to them, they have […]

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Shelf life

At conferences and in conversations I bring up the concept of shelf life a lot in terms of content. I’m talking about how long a piece of content can have a life after it is first published. Content that is based around current events tends to not have a very long shelf life where as […]

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Managing vs. Leading

I’d write a witty intro for this video if it wasn’t already full of so much #win. Exclusive interview with Seth Godin from GiANT Impact on Vimeo.

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Twitter Housekeeping

If left unchecked, your Twitter space can get overwhelming and the result is that you become a lame Tweep. I have a few things I do regularly to keep things tidy and happy. Prolegomena: Twitter is a mostly open public forum if you are not interested in connecting with people you don’t already know then […]

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My church is behind the times so is Time magazine

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I hear it all the time from people I consult and work with. Guess what, you’re not the only one in that position. So is my church. So are the churches that you look to as thought leaders. So is time magazine! Maybe I’m wrong and I’m going to get flamed for it, but I […]

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