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Do These People Make You Laugh?

Squawking Is So Annoying
Squawking Is So Annoying

You know the ones. The complainers. Do they make you laugh?

They should. Why?

Because they are such hypocrites. And their glaring weakness is hilarious.

And sad.

They want their boss to be perfect, but they can’t manage to be so themselves.

And then there’s their boss. What a pity.

The boss had so much potential too.

Both had so much to offer, but neither one wanted to accept their ultimate responsibility.

Personal transformation.

(next blog)

Wasn’t Looking for This

Writing five blogs every day has wonderful, and may I audaciously say, transformational benefits.  Far beyond what was ever thought possible.  And yet….

What comes along with the good – and everyone knows this as a “truth” – is the bad.  The bad in this case is writers block.  My first little bout came and went a few days ago.  It lasted a couple days.  Triggered mostly by time pressures, not lack of desire.

Anyway, following a daily routine of scanning Facebook, Twitter, LnkedIn, blogs, etc, I stumbled upon a LinkedIn status update.

Susan Harrow’s article, Changing Your Body Changes Your Self, is definitely worth a quick read.  Why?  Because she speaks about what is common knowledge, but not common practice.

One of the best ways to change our bodies is to use common sense. One of the best ways to use common sense is to focus on it every day. Ya with me?  Every single day.  Period.  Carpe diem.

Social Media A Fad?

Is Social Media a fad?  It is if you’re utterly foolish or senseless.
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Is Social Media ( socialnomics ) a fad?  Did you know an utterly foolish and senseless person is defined as an idiot?   Strong language?  No. Simply a fact.

Did you know that ignoring facts (say, global warming) doesn’t make them go away?

Twitter This

Twitter This.

Even if you’re not into social media, social networking, or social marketing, that’s OK.

Many folks are resistant to change.  It’s human nature.    Neither bad nor good.   It is what it is.

However, there is also a classic truth:

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Maybe it’s having an eight-year old in our house that inspires me to stay current.  Maybe it’s the fact that I can be enthusiastic about change and embrace it, or, I can be unenthusiastic and let it suffocate me.

Like I always say, “The choice is ours.  Always is, always has been”.

Today’s Orlando Sentinel article, Social network Twitter ushers in new era for athletes, is yet another story on social media becoming, well, socially acceptable.

Now if we can just figure this out for business…..

5 Things to Always Do

Ask yourself, “Am I…..”:

Always changing?

Always growing?

Always working?

Always have?

Always will?

Nice ring to it when you put it together as an affirmation:

“Always changing.  Always growing.   Always working.  Always have.  Always will.”

Carpe diem, jungle jeff  🙂