Tag: network

LIVING My New Year’s Resolution + Beginner Film Acting Tips! (+Bonus)

As some of you know by now, the announcement I was alluding to in my last post was about me following my heart and getting back into…drum roll please… acting! I was finally brave enough to just put some of my scene work on Facebook and not worry about it being some big ordeal. It’s scary to put yourself out there in a completely … Read More LIVING My New Year’s Resolution + Beginner Film Acting Tips! (+Bonus)

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5 Ways to Solve Content Creativity Frustration

This post was originally written for Decoded.com in August 2014, but was republished on my personal blog due to changes in the website’s structure.   It’s 10 a.m. You’re sitting at your desk, staring at your computer screen and wondering how fast the time will go by until lunch. You open your browser and switch over to your favorite blog or social site and … Read More 5 Ways to Solve Content Creativity Frustration

Happy 2nd Birthday, Google+!

Today, Google+ is two years old! Or young, whatever. If you know me, I’m a HUGE Google fan and an even bigger Google+ fan. (You can add me here.) I wish more of my friends saw the value in it and it became even more popular because the visual design is just SO much better than most sites. (Although the cover photos are a little … Read More Happy 2nd Birthday, Google+!

Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media

Social Media as a business function is fun, sure, but there’s much more to it. You have to show results and how it affects the bottom line–just like everyone else. Brian Solis originally shared this, so I’m reblogging:   Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media.

I Believe in People

And Harvey Dent, of course. What do I mean when I say “I believe in people”? –Simply just that. We spend a lot of time classifying people by how they relate to us or how they live their lives. What I’m pointing out though, is that people, as a societal system, are magnificent. People as a whole are magnificent and we forget that at … Read More I Believe in People