Do you have a dog. He does nothing for political reasons.Will Rogers
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Five daily blogs about life’s 5 big choices on five different sites.
What do these have in common:
The list goes on and on. All of these have pushed society’s buttons on what is acceptable.
Sex, Racism, Prejudice, Greed, Corruption, Religion, Politics, Crudeness, Aggression, Violence.
All of these things or people have pushed the limits of acceptable boundaries. But it’s Social Media that intrigues me the most. Why?
Except in the corporate landscape. People who lead big corporations are usually older, and stereotypically, unaware (and maybe intimidated) of emerging social media trends and possibilities.
Where do you fall in this mix? And, more importantly, what do you plan to do?
Did you know that President Obama, and The White House, have a blog?
So what does that mean?
Well, to me, it means that blogging, Facebook, etc., are more common and socially acceptable than most realize.
Then, what does that mean?
I think it means that it’s also good, even critical, for business.
What I mean by that is this: “If I have to explain the business case for blogs and other social business networking, than you have some catching up to do“.
Seriously. Get on the bus, or get left behind. Or at the very least, you’ll be playing catch up.
This is simply a personal opinion. One that’s as simple as suggesting that exercising several days a week is good for our overall personal health. That doesn’t need any explaining either, does it?
Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂