A friend recently started blogging for her NGO. She asked me for a few tips on blogging. Instead of just sharing with her what I have learned I thought I would share it here for everybody to benefit and connect better with their tribe. -Writing about topics you are passionate about makes things a lot… Read more about Blogging, where do I start?
Are you informed? And if you believe so, who delivered your news? How well do you know them and how they make their living? (Hint: someone paid them.) These are just a few question to ask before you read one more article in a newspaper, blog or watch one more pundit on TV, Youtube or… Read more about A news refresher
“Your dream is my dream now, and I’ll make it come true.” — Lady Sybil to Gwen in Downton Abbey. You can read the rest of this post on Huffington Books. I wrote my latest Huffington Post article starting with that beautiful quote from Downton Abbey with Ryan and Amy Green, Amy Dale, Anthony Vigilate,… Read more about Your Dream Is My Dream
It has been a while since I did a book giveaway and you will not want to miss this one. Last spring I backed the higher level of Seth Godin’s Kickstarter project for publishing his latest book The Icarus Deception. You can basically call it his challenge to conventional publishing. He believes that it takes… Read more about Icarus Deception and V for Vulnerable Givaway
For a long time I have wondered how I could better automate a twitter list (Authors-Engaged-Online) I created out of one of my most popular blog posts: Chatting with Hemingway in your study . This post explains why I created the list. A while back I created a paper.li that pulled from that list and also sent out… Read more about Some Things Shouldn’t be Automated: Authors Engaged Online Revisit
It has been nearly a month since my last post. I took a deliberate break for a few reasons. Some big transitions are in the works. My wife started her new career as a special education teacher. We are moving to be closer to our work as well and the one thing that has really… Read more about Taking a break
Yesterday Britain’s Prime Minister announced that he has asked security forces to consider a way to limit the public’s use of social media sites as a way to curb or prevent rioting, looting and other thuggery. As soon as I heard this news I was at first shocked that a member country of the free… Read more about Choose Wisely Mr. Cameron
An entrepreneur starting a new business was asking for advice on specific connecting tools this week. I gave him a few tips. Ultimately though, I told him there were a few books that would supply him with everything he needed to know. Plus they would cover the topic in greater detail. His reply was a… Read more about You have time to read