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How To Create Your Boundary Matrix. Work To Live NOT Live To Work

Posted by on Sep 26, 2010 in Blue Blazing Media, Communicate, Featured, Hidden Value, Influential Women, Jive From The Hive, new business, Personal Branding, Social SEO, Technology, time management

How To Create Your Boundary Matrix. Work To Live NOT Live To Work

Sundays are the most special days of the week. Over at WhenToZen.com we discuss how to find balance amongst an online entrepreneurial work style. So today I am going to share with you how I manage my Sundays so my week is not eaten up by boundary breaking activities. My week can easily get absorbed by phone calls, e-mails, twitter addiction, and the continual onslaught of new information and links on Facebook. These all have the same result; they steal away from my...

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Legal Versus Social: 7 Steps To An Amicable Relationship

Posted by on Oct 26, 2009 in Business, Communicate, Community, Corporate, Employment, engagement, Law, Legal, Social, Social SEO

7 Steps to integrate your corporate legal department and an evolving social business model seamlessly.(This post is designed more for those deep in the corporate trenches, looking for guidance on how to plan out a new guidelines around social business practices policy). As social business communications become more prevalent in your marketing strategy, it should be expected that legal will also become more adamant about creating documents to lock down your companies brand...

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Prepping for SXSW 2009: IPhone Apps I’m Packing

Posted by on Feb 25, 2009 in Conferences, Conversational, Events, interaction, networking, Social SEO, socialmedia

I’m excited about going to SXSW 2009 this year in Austin, TX. I’m attending the Interactive event and it takes place March 13-17. It is my first year attending the event and all I have heard is how many great connections were made and friendships created at SXSW 2008. It will be great to meet online friends face to face. Who I Want To Meet I want to meet you! So, lets meet up for a coffee. I don’t have a lot of requirements because SXSW is more of a social...

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