The beauty of events and traveling is the ability to take relationships developed digitally to a face-to-face encounter that cements the connection. Most think this does not scale, but it does because when you make this a regular part of your travels, always reaching out and creating “moments,” others participate vicariously and feel a part of those meetings when you share them socially.
Humility is a trait each of us should try harder to adopt. To become a better leader, you need to learn how to tell people you’re sorry.
An interviewer posed this question to me recently: Is networking in social media a worthy investment?
How can your company encourage customer to market for you through word of mouth and sharing? Too many companies are looking for tricks or short-cuts…
Take your most popular tweets and FB posts, or the ones you feel most passionately about, and use them to develop blog posts. You don’t have to write three pages; you don’t even have to write four paragraphs. Seth Godin is one of the most successful bloggers in the marketing world, and he writes in two- to three-sentence paragraphs. He’s a master at expressing ideas that are thought-provoking and easy to read. People are time pressed these days and content can be overwhelming, so make it valuable and easy to read.