Here’s a sneak preview of my presentation for tonight. I am talking with a group of Women Marines in Business about Social Networking. I don’t know how helpful reading the slides will be — they’re an outline — but I just adore the work my designer has done and I also love experimenting with new tools.
If you like my designer’s work, too, and want to find out how to hire him, please email me. I happen to know that he is going to be launching a new business soon and you will want to be one of his first clients because he is going to get busy, fast, if I have anything to do with it.
Wondering how I got connected to a group of Women Marines in Business? That story is a cool social media lesson of it’s own so I’ll share it.
Remember how I used to write a leadership blog for a university? Last May, I attended the school’s annual leadership conference. After working remotely for the university for more than a year, it was so exciting to spend an extended amount of time interacting with the school’s students and faculty members. At the time, I was teaching my own cohort of students as an adjunct faculty member.
One of the people I met was Nora Ellis, who was a student in the school’s Master of Science Strategic Leadership program. We enjoyed getting to know each other at the conference and became friends on Facebook right way. Later, she shared a great guest post on that that blog and she has been a faithful reader and supporter of this one. She may even be my biggest fan (apart from my brother Byron, who has often declared himself such).
I am the owner of Weaving Influence and the leader of the Weaving Influence team. We help authors and thought leaders grow their online influence. I am also a wife and mom of three daughters, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, a good cup of coffee, and dark chocolate.
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