Archives for January 2009

Just How Valuable is Personal Branding?

I’ve been wondering whether Personal Branding is a Good Thing for me to pursue, or not. As I continued the process I wrote about yesterday, of figuring out how to answer effectively the “What do you do?” question and – by extension – how that might be something people could be interested in paying me […]

Just What is it You Do, Again?

It’s a bit embarrassing to admit, but I’m feeling challenged about being able to answer effectively the “What do you do?” question. I believe I have a good understanding of what I do but I’ve had evidence in the past 24 hours that I’m not communicating that well. Why it’s particularly embarrassing is because, as […]

Privacy Page Restored

I realized the other day that somehow, in a changeover of themes perhaps, this site seemed to have lost its Privacy page. That made me uncomfortable, because I have always thought it important, even essential, to have a privacy page. The situation has now been remedied. Although my first effort at doing so meant that […]

Future Retirees Contemplate a Less Relaxed Life

Given the scale and potential political ramifications of the current global economic recession, it’s not surprising that a lot of attention is being given in the media to the actual and impending job losses. And it is indeed terrible to consider the current and looming impact for so many thousands of individuals and families. But […]

Social Media Telesummit Now Rocking

As an excuse, it’s about on a par with “the dog ate my homework” but the main reason I haven’t been posting here about the Social Media Telesummit has been a pressing business project that had an absolute deadline as of yesterday. Good news is that I met the deadline and can now re-focus on […]