I’ve heard it said don’t think just do, but I find that going back and forth between the two is highly effective.
Writing is an exercise. You need to develop muscle memory. Practice makes perfect. Continuous content assists branding. If nothing else every by line and tag line equals more access to readers. Connecting is an exercise. You have to reach out to connect. Practice still makes perfect. Connecting over and over again forms strong bonds. IfContinue reading “Practice Makes Perfect – So Write, Connect & Share!”
Chris Brogan posted a blog about his reflections on September 11th and how it affected him. His readers had a lot of comments on his personal opinion. Some folks did not smile upon his personal opinion and made it out like he was being selfish for sharing his personal experience. September 11, 2001 changed myContinue reading “The Unthinkable Connects Us: @chrisbrogan & September 11th”
Can’t stay motivated? Don’t like what you see? Then get motivated and paint!
My son smiles and laughs and my husband grins from ear-to-ear and says that he had a blast! Hey, even I know the joys of playing with Tonka trucks in the mud.
Am I complaining? No way.
Michelle, my friend and asset to Fort Smith, AR, recommended me to a friend of hers who interviewed me today. As of tomorrow morning I will be the newest addition to the Arkansas Association of Two Year Colleges (AATYC), as the satellite location’s secretary. I am excited about the change and to be going toContinue reading “Adding another hat: Secretary at AATYC”
April 15, 2010, I began writing articles for Examiner.com. I toyed with the idea for a while and talked to many of my friends, family members and neighbor about the idea. One of my least likely supporters was the most excited. I sat with Mr. Hipp, as my son calls him, on my front porchContinue reading “Hipp Says Real People Being Real”