Press Release Paragould, AR: Entrepreneurs, economic development leaders, and entrepreneurship educators from across the state of Arkansas will have the opportunity to hear from experts at a two day conference on April 7th and 8th, 2011. “Entrepreneurship at the Next Level,” hosted by the Arkansas Association of Two-Year College’s Entrepreneurship Training Consortium and Black RiverContinue reading ““Entrepreneurship at the Next Level” on April 7th – 8th, 2011”
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Why would a successful CEO, social media guru, public speaker and blogger want you to write about his topics? According to Chris, “If we’re going to show people how to use social media to drive meaningful conversations instead of being yet another marketing tool, we have to run out and educate at a break-neck pace, so we can bring more and more thought leaders into alignment with these big and not-so-big organizations who could use our help.”
I’ve heard it said don’t think just do, but I find that going back and forth between the two is highly effective.
Can’t stay motivated? Don’t like what you see? Then get motivated and paint!
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”