I guess this is Malcolm Gladwell day. My post this morning was on his 120 Rule. Now this one references the key point in his book, "The Outliers." For those of you who haven't read "Outliers," which is probably not many of you, a central premise of the book was that to be an expert … Continue reading 10,000 hours … or is it 10,000 tweets?
In his 2000 book, "The Tipping Point," renown author, Malcolm Gladwell, cited the example of a manufacturing firm on the East Coast and its adherence to relationship building and numbers. This firm determined that having more than a certain amount of people in one building or facility would actually prove detrimental to building teamwork and … Continue reading Gladwell’s 150 rule … how does it apply to social media?
It wasn't till about five months ago I really stated getting into social media. Up to that point I had a Facebook account but there was nothing in it, not even a photo of myself. I had a Twitter account but I really didn't what it was for and I was scared to tweet. I … Continue reading Why are we doing it … social media that is?
Imagine if you were only allowed to put one point of contact, one means of getting in touch with you, on your business card (your one card). What would that be. I'm currently designing a new card for myself that will be my only one - encompassing my "whole being." I'm into simplicity ... especially … Continue reading The phone vs. email vs. Facebook vs. Twitter, etc – what would it be?