Social Media: Your Biggest Proponent or Worst Enemy

It’s been quite a month for Donald Trump. After his unfortunate remarks on immigration (among other issue areas) while announcing his Presidential bid, he’s now in hot water over a since-deleted tweet about Jeb Bush’s Mexican wife, Columba. It’s not his first offense. Check out this war he waged with Modern Family writer Danny Zuker

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Don’t Skim, Absorb.

My penchant for reading began at a young age. I devoured my American Girl books the same as I did our small daily paper, hungry for information and stories to inspire playtime in the yard or discussions at the dinner table. When the terrorist attacks of September 11th hit however, reading the news became more

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When you lose discipline…

You know the feeling when you embark on so many great projects or become immersed in the daily grind and forget to blog? You…the person who understands the critical nature of feeding fresh content into your various streams? Yes folks, I’m talking about me. I lost discipline with my own blog…but don’t worry, I’m finding

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Drowning in Information, Starving for Wisdom

I’m in the middle of a great book right now: Money: Master The Game by Tony Robbins. Its chock full of vignettes, quotes, and advice…the type of book that’s taking longer to read because you’re furiously writing notes. A few chapters in though, I stopped in my tracks when I read the following sentence, “We’re

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Sharing Content on Social Media

I’ve been writing a lot about context and content in recent blog posts. Recently I came across two great infographics that detail key considerations in posting–namely how to draft the right content, and when to post it. Take a look!

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The Age of Apology

Last week I wrote about writing effectively for your audience. Whether we’re sharing a white paper, a tweet, or a blog post—understanding your message and how you want to convey it is crucial. Clearly, effective communication isn’t just about how you share your content, but the sentiment in which you write it. Lately, we’re missing

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