1911, 2020

Social Media Holiday Etiquette For Businesses

By |November 19th, 2020|

Social media holiday etiquette is always important. However, this year it might be more critical than ever. As we near the end 2020 we can all agree it's been a demanding year. COVID, racism, and the election have divided America. Unfortunately, too many people use social media to vent, berate, and hold forth. Here's the [...]

1611, 2020

Spend Your Dollars Wisely

By |November 16th, 2020|

Yesterday, I received an invitation to our homeowner's association annual meeting. I have not attended for three years. The last meeting I attended was a budget meeting. The word "budget" was spelled "buget." Maybe it's French, as in, "boo – jeh." The board spent over an hour discussing where to get the funds for snow [...]

1211, 2020

But…But…the Internet’s down!?

By |November 12th, 2020|

I work from home. I manage several social media accounts, and I write four or five blogs a week, various case studies, workbooks, web copy, and some fiction. I have a system. I'm organized. I get stuff done. But today, Tuesday 11/11/20, the internet's down. Noooooo! The Internet's down! What about my Smartphone?  Well, yes, technically, [...]

911, 2020

Leaders Go to Bat for their People—Do you?

By |November 9th, 2020|

Leaders go to bat for their people. They don’t confuse project management with leadership. Projects are managed—people are led. Leaders lead people. It’s that simple. And it’s that complicated. To lead people, one must care about people. To care about people you have to know people. Do you know your people? 3 Ways Leaders Go [...]

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