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 […]
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November 22nd, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
—– 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.
November 16th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
An interviewer posed this question to me recently: Is networking in social media a worthy investment?
November 13th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
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…
November 9th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
November 6th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
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 […]
October 30th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
The most important lesson I learned about failure is that without it, you do not truly understand success. When success comes too easily or too early in the process, we come to believe it is the natural state of things, and when failure comes at a later date in some form or another we are […]
October 29th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
Don’t tell me you don’t “do” business cards. I suggest… you “do” them. It’s about connection and relationships. #RonR. I posted this to Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and the following conversation transpired. I add more depth to my statement in the comments below. Thought it worthwhile to give it all a home here.
October 25th, 2014 · Comments Off · TedRubin
——- Our brains process five times the information they did 20 years ago. Here’s how you can help your brain adapt to information overload, and remain creative and productive. Here’s a question for you: How many of the following scenarios can you identify with? I feel guilty when I’m not working. I often pull all-nighters […]