Tag Archives: #LeadershipChat

I Was Born this Way. Asking Entrepreneurs: Were you?

I grew up in a family of staunch adherents to the traditional path: 1. Survive adolescence 2. Go to University 3. Walk into an office 4. Walk out 25 years later with a pension and a watch 5. Retire, travel, … Continue reading

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Whoa Nelly! Stop this #chat, I wanna get off…

Thanks to Tweetdeck, I dream in columns. I think in 140 characters or less. I can’t remember what my friends’ voices sound like. I remember birthdays thanks to Facebook (and I save big $$ on cards!). I get texts from … Continue reading

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Twitter making you Bitter? Suck it up, Buttercup

I joined the Twitter community about six months ago and am still figuring it out. I’ve had the opportunity to chat with several people about this ‘Twitter thing’ and noted some interesting sentiments: “Why bother.” “No one really cares about … Continue reading

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What do you care what other people think?

Lateral thought is too often disdained. It goes against the grain; it upsets people. Going ‘with the flow’ is kinder and accepted. Nod and agree. It’s safe. But does it actually get you anywhere? I revere Richard Feynman as Gonzo, … Continue reading

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Do you Lead with Ambition, Altrusim, or Avarice?

Please watch this very short video (paying extra close attention at 1:28 :-)): I wouldn’t say I was verklempt when I watched this but it did give me pause. Most people I know have been effected, to a greater or … Continue reading

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What the hell am I doing here?

Have you ever walked into a party and thought, “What the hell am I doing here?”.  If so, we’ve something in common. I’m an introvert; I’m reflective, intuitive, pensive. What that really means is that I’m shy. I observe situations … Continue reading

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