Earlier this week, after dinner, I cracked open a beer and started thinking backwards… It was a weekday afternoon in early 2010. I think it was February. Actually, I know it was February, because it was just a week before our family trip to Hawaii. I felt like writing something, something different for someone other […]


A Lonely Cardboard Box, on Flickr by Alyssa Miller

Molds. Everywhere you go it seems people want to compare you to others. Ohh, you’ve been dating 3 years and aren’t engaged? Well, Joe and Jane over there only dated for 2 years before they got married. You’re 29 and retiring from your corporate job? [weird, twisted face] Umm, I don’t get it. [shaking head] […]


Expanding my horizons

January 12, 2010


If we’re connected on Twitter or DailyBooth, you’ve might caught me mention recently that I have turned in my two-week notice at my nine-to-five jobby job and am counting down the days until I’m 100% self-employed. Am I getting a fast start on my 2010 goals or what?! LOOK AT ME GO. One of the […]


Part 2 of the Twitter WIN series, an awesome example of someone “big” reaching down to someone “little” and connecting, providing an opportunity that, without Twitter, would have never been possible. Ok, that was the fancy description. The real one? I replied to one of SUCCESS magazine editor Darren Hardy’s tweets and was published in […]


A really cool thing happened to me a few weeks ago that represents the core purpose of what Twitter, and really networking online of any kind, is all about. Here’s why: You can find Inbound Marketing here. What Twitter Wins have you experienced? Share.


Time for another round-up of a few of my favorite quotes and motivational tidbits from the past few weeks. My thoughts lately seem to be all over the place – not a bad reflection of my schedule so far this month! Here goes: It’s the little things that make all the difference. What “one more” […]

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twitter bird & brand

Something I’ve heard many times from newbies (and honestly, many not-so-newbies) on Twitter is, “How do you decide who to Follow?” The answer to this question is easy… …it depends. What do you want out of Twitter? Upon reviewing your tweets, what updates would you have seen, what information gathered, conversations contributed to, or relationships […]

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Spending time on Twitter lately? The site can be addicting, especially to newcomers. I realized pretty quickly that if I were to make the most of my Twitter-time and be as efficient as possible while using it to network, I needed to pick and choose who I followed. No fluff allowed. Did I connect with […]