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Getting The Most From Jive From The Hive

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Blog, Branding, Featured, Jive From The Hive, time management

Getting The Most From Jive From The Hive

   H ello my fellow online adventurers! A few years ago, (seems like a million days ago in online time) I started this little blog called JiveFromTheHive.  After 15 years of digital and search engine optimization it was time to share my knowledge with those that would listen. I would indulge in blogging late at night after fulfilling my corporate responsibilities. Jive From The Hive offers a bunch of knowledge and tips but there is a spice of my opinions embedded in...

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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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Personal Branding: It Is Time For New Head-Shots

Posted by on Sep 14, 2010 in Blogging, Jive From The Hive, Personal Branding, time management

Just stop it! No excuses, this is a great opportunity. If your photos are over six months old it is time to refresh and update your brand images. Personal Branding is one of those elements in life that is defined by multiple conditions. Is what makes us different from everyone else and pushes awareness of our own personal being beyond our peers. It is composed of achievements, storytelling, individual motivation, key topics and a recognizable individual visual image. Once...

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My Morning Wake Up: Chris Brogan’s “10 Things You Could Do Better Today”

Posted by on Feb 26, 2009 in Communicate, Conversational, interaction, time management

From the infamous Chris Brogan Stumbled on this list early this morning. I mean WAY early before I had my first coffee so it was sobering to have these first ten thoughts be my first thoughts of my day. 10 Things You Could Do Better Today Improve your response time to requests. Improve the brevity and simplicity of your email correspondence. Connect with five new people and seven existing colleagues or friends each day. Inspect your business process cycle from start to...

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Bulletpoints: The Lost Art

Posted by on Feb 3, 2009 in Attention Span, Conversational, Social, time management, Twitter

There is a time and a place for research paper style of long blog posts and of course there is some leeway for rants and raves. Hey, we all as authors can get lost in the moment. In a normal day, I manage my time pretty well. I multi-task endlessly. My day is a mashup of everything online; emails, google reader, newsletters, social media, reputation management, writing, personal branding, blogging, webinars and engaging the community. I’m sure I forgot something else....

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