Goals and Challenges

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Accepted And My Personal Thoughts

Unless you live under a social media bridge, you’ve certainly heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. This challenge has taken off like a rocket and could end up being the best thing (hope) to date for those dealing with this devastating, deadly and incurable disease.

ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease doesn’t get a lot of media coverage, until now, and it really hasn’t been researched in a big way; with only 30,000 Americans infected at any given time, there’s simply no financial incentive for large research and mega-pharma companies to invest big money into. As sad as that sounds, it is way it is.

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Bad Twitter Tactic
Lessons and Advice

Beware – Low Life Twitter Tactic To Build Large Followings

Many of you have probably already seen and understand this low-life Twitter tactic but it happens so often I thought I’d mention it for those that haven’t noticed it yet. Everyone want’s large numbers of followers, right? Twitter is no exception and there’s an almost pathetic desperation for some people to “appear” to be popular. There’s a not-so fine line between social proof and being a deceptive ass because you were beat up or ignored as a child. Cheating is cheating and it ruins your reputation.

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Goals and Challenges

2 Miles A Day – 30 Day Challenge – December [2013]

It’s tough to believe that another month has flown by again but it’s the first day of December which means it’s time for a new monthly challenge. Last month was an easy success with a goal to write at least 750 words a day. This month I want to set the bar a little higher so that’s actually a challenge. Right in the middle of the biggest eating holidays and the beginning of Michigan’s frozen winter, it also seems like a good idea to make the challenge a little physical. So this month I’m going to start walking.

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I Want Ice Cream
Just Commentary

Are You Stuck On Social Media Consumer Thinking?

One of the most common things I see across the various social networks I frequent that gets in the way of business progress is consumer thinking. I don’t want to make this post a rant but I would be happy as pie if I could help just one blogger shorten their path to success.

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Random Thoughts

Three Easy Tips To Avoid Being An Askhole

What is an askhole?

I bet you’ve experienced this, right? Someone solicits your advice, free advice, of course, everyone wants something for nothing. So it doesn’t really matter what the question is, they ask and then, against your better judgment, you decide to help them out. After all, you’re here to help others anyway, right?

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