@MargieClayman is one of the great minds of social media. She is a generous practitioner as evidenced by the fact that she invited yours truly to participate in this series. And I am so glad she did, because it is something that I feel passionately about – social media is the great equalizer. Social media removes gatekeepers and allows you to focus on the people who will make a difference to you. As I mentioned at a chat – social media requires authenticity. And with authenticity you must accept that people will accept you (for all the right reasons) and the flip side, people will reject you (for all the right reasons). I took me a while to get that but it’s all good. So I invite you to explore the excellent Women and Social Media series that Margie made possible.
Geni Whitehouse @evenanerd has been in my professional world for 20+ years. She is one of my heroes. She makes boring subjects interesting. Recently, I’ve been exploring the “Why do you do this?” question, and it tickles me that Geni has been doing the same. Please enjoy her post Big Enough for the Main Stage?
I was on the road this week – and it wasn’t a good week for air travel, hence the brevity of this list. I’ll be back at it next week. You know I’m not a quote person, but last weekend was Easter, and I sent out a quote that should really be a part of every day and every moment. “Love one another as I have loved you” is the greatest commandment as far as Jesus is concerned. So I leave you with that – how can you love better?