Tag Archives: POTW

Post of the Week: The Business Case for Reading Novels

Just the other day I found myself somewhat defensively mentioning that I enjoy reading fiction and other non-business books. Sometimes I feel I should be reading more books of the how to manage, fundraise, and clear out my inbox variety. … Continue reading

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POTW: Can Technology Fuel Face-to-Face Social Capital?

Is technology key for building trust and social capital in today’s world? That’s a key point made in an interesting Fast Company article, “Community Revival: How Technology is Reconstructing our Shared Lives“, by Nicole Skibola. She focuses on “Generation Yers” … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: An Adventure of Experiments

I’ve enjoyed chatting with Matthew Liberty on Google+ and Twitter. I believe I first connected with him around our shared interest in wine–he and his wife co-author the Hoot’n Annie blog. Yesterday I had a chance to hear more about … Continue reading

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Posts of the Week: Patriots Send a Super Message

Hmm, post of the week? Gotta tie it into the Super Bowl, with our local New England Patriots in the big game!  I’m a fan and will be pulling for the team, but I don’t have any great insight to … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: Speed Blogging

Ready. Set. Go! Can I write this post in 12 minutes? That’s what Becky Robinson encourages us to do in her post, “Write a 12 minute blog post“. It is certainly a nudge I could use, because I have a … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: Tailoring your Voice

I really enjoy Alexendra Samuel’s insights on social media, so it’s a bit surprising she hasn’t been featured here in Post of the Week yet.  For instance, I could have easily put the POTW spotlight on “How to sustain a … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: Job Searching, Socially

Post of the Week this time is a bit of a public service announcement. If you’re looking to hire someone with social media expertise, just Hire Dave Cutler and get it done! As Dave explains over on his post, “Job … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: Want to Change the World?

New Year’s resolutions come in all shapes and sizes. Many are simple, personal ones, like flossing more. But maybe you want to do something bigger this year, like change the world? Well, changing the world doesn’t have to be as … Continue reading

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Post of the Week: 16 People and Organizations Changing the World in 2012

There were a lot of good posts to read this week, with people reflecting on the past year and setting forth plans for the new year. I also found some helpful articles that will help enhance my effectiveness in the … Continue reading

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Post of the Week 3: How LinkedIn Takes Stress Out of Friendships

I marked this post, How LinkedIn Takes Stress Out of Friendships, to blog about later. So I’ll check that off by making it my Post of the Week (POTW #3). This post on the Harvard Business Review blog network starts … Continue reading

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