The Weaving Influence team values our partnership with executive leadership coach Mark Youngblood, and we are thrilled to showcase the new website that we’ve designed and developed for him at MyInnerMastery.com.
Mark’s message is one of hope and possibility – specifically, that everyone has the power within them to create a successful and fulfilling life.
Twitter has been holding on for dear life for more than a year now. You can find article after article claiming the end is near. Even Donald Trump, possibly one of the most active Twitter users, left the social platform out of his tech summit — a snub that further demonstrated the hard times the company is facing.
Those who love Twitter are looking with hope to the newly rolled-out Twitter live video. Twitter live »
Welcome to 2017! It’s a New Year, and quite possibly a new you. With each ringing in of the New Year, we all hope that this will be the year things will change. We will finally get the dream job, lose the extra weight, make more time for our families- we will finally find true happiness.
Think about it, isn’t that what we all seek? Our basic human nature urges us to find a sustaining happiness, »
If I’m super honest and vulnerable, I’ll tell you that I’ve had a lot of ups and downs in leading Weaving Influence this year. Unexpected staff departures. Client projects that didn’t go as well as I’d hoped. Times of doubt and wondering.
Despite a few setbacks, we finished the year strong and are set for an even stronger 2017.
Here are a few important observations from the year:
So much of what we do is »
What a year it has been! Social media has gone from a way to connect with old high school friends to the top driver of news coverage in the world. If people need to know something, they are turning to social media platforms first. This means social media is the place to establish a new brand, or develop thought leadership, like never before. Just ask Chewbacca mom, Donald Trump, and all those people who snapped »
This time of year, most people’s thoughts turn towards happiness. Some, because they feel so over-the-top happy (there’s a reason why we have the saying “happier than a kid at Christmas”). Others, because they feel so un-happy.
Let’s talk about that second group for a few minutes. Would you consider yourself unhappy, not just in this holiday season, but with life in general?
Happiness can become a full-time grinding job if you think you have to struggle so »