Indiana State Capital building ceiling, 2010…
What’s amazing, is how an idea can spread virually. Seth Godin coined the phrase, and wrote the transformational book, Unleashing The Ideavirus.
So rather than steal, could you unleash an idea that would spread virually across the Internet through social media marketing?
But will you?
You can watch this unfold here – real life in real time. Got passion? Ask me anything.
It’s funny how yesterday’s jungle jeff post, completely unknowingly, was a prelude to the day ahead.
Looking back 24 hours ago, I’m not sure whether I should laugh or cry, because there’s an idea virus infecting the world. Ever feel like that?
Some say there is an art to making people feel like valuable assets. But the virus is weakening these artists.
Rule number one – Life is hard. Get used to it.
Have a nice “day-to-day“.
There is currently an Assistant Marketing Director position open at Mid Life Celebration, LLC.
The head of Marketing (me) is looking for tribal members to spread the idea – Live, before you die.
You saw the numbers the other day.
Mid Life Celebration, LLC has logged 2,630 blog posts.
People who are driven do not know how to fail, because when they fail (and they always do), they simply pick themselves up and begin again.
Failing isn’t failing. Quitting is.
Ever think like that?
It’s one of the key traits we’re looking for in the Assistant Marketing Director position.
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The typical MBA program lasts 2-3 years.
The Internet MBA program I’m taking requires three years of arduous work with only two grade options:
Just passed the half-way mark.
Tracking towards the pass category, but have no guarantees.
Have you ever approached any major life milestones with an all or nothing effort?
Tomorrow you’ll see some mid-term “grades”. Today, you can see a humbling project report number here.
Cybrarian. Never heard of this person, probably. No worries. I had never heard of it until this month.
Librarian. Everyone’s heard of this person, probably. The librarian is in charge of the library – the place where books are kept.
How many of you can see it coming? The day when books will be relics on display in museums. It may not happen in the next 10-20 years, but it will happen. And it may even happen sooner.
The music industry never saw it coming. They should have led the revolution, instead, they were victims of it.
Free music file sharing over the Internet. Preposterous! Exactly.
Cybrarians can see it coming. Amazon’s Kindle is the first ripple of the cybrarian tsunami.
Surf’s up, dude. Catch a (digital) wave.