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June 13th, 2013 - 11:12 am § in GOOD READS

Book Club: Rules of Civility by Amor Towles

There’s nothing like immersing yourself in a good book. Not sure if this happens to anyone else, but I know a book is really good when it takes over my life. I become less interested in watching TV, or catching up on email – all I want to do is find out how the book […][...]

October 20th, 2012 - 8:05 pm § in GOOD READS

Good Reads: Your First Hour At Work & How To Introduce Yourself

Each week I’m reading, absorbing, learning and sharing. Two articles I shared recently on Twitter which focus on being the best version of yourself generated a big response. One article, from Fast Company, delves into what successful people do during their first hour at work. The second, from [...]

July 1st, 2012 - 7:40 am § in GOOD READS, SOCIAL MEDIA

Highlights From Useful Social Media’s Corporate Social Media Summit in New York City

Though it’s been several weeks since I attended Useful Social Media’s Corporate Social Media Summit in New York, I couldn’t resist sharing some of the learning’s with my blog readers. In addition to attending as a panelist, I also enjoyed the opportunity to hear presentations[...]

April 25th, 2012 - 10:07 pm § in EVENTS, GOOD READS, SOCIAL MEDIA

Highlights From The Social Media Strategies Summit Chicago

Attending and speaking at a quality conference every few months is fantastic for putting things into perspective and getting the creative juices flowing. From meeting intelligent, enthusiastic professionals, to learning the best practices of dynamic companies, social media conferences are both educa[...]

February 25th, 2012 - 8:48 pm § in FASHION, GOOD READS, SOCIAL MEDIA

What I’m Reading: BabyCakes, How to Take a Month Off and Top Qualities in a Community Manager

It’s well-documented on this blog that I read…obsessively. From news sites, to books, magazines, a vast array of blogs, social media, public relations and marketing e-newsletters, my inbox is always jam-packed. And, it’s all my fault. But, before you call the producers of hoarders [...]