Archive for June, 2010

On Personal Sub-Branding – Modern Nerd

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Getting people to talk about your products will usually do more for your bottom line than a piece pandering to your ego, however flattering it might be to see your name in pixels or print. But it goes further than that.

For me, the greatest sign of success is when the things you create are more famous than you are: it says that you’ve contributed something bigger and better than yourself to the world; that you’ve had a positive net effect on the planet; that you’ve spent your time building something that’s wonderful, beautiful, or useful; something that will outlive you and continue to improve the lives of others for years to come. Read the rest of the article at ModernNerd.com

Smart, Well shot, Funny and Informitive.

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

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Build a Business, Not Just a Client List :: Tips :: The 99 Percent

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

If you work for yourself, getting more clients is a no-brainer, right? Clients give you work. Work pays the bills. Do good work and you get a testimonial. Do this enough times and you get a great client list… which makes it easier to get more clients in future. It’s a virtuous circle.

Or is it?

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Kevin Roose at Gel 2010 (author, The Unlikely Disciple) on Vimeo

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

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Karen Armstrong: the Charter for Compassion

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

I wonderful perspective on our need to focus on the basics, the golden rule. The hope that we might baby step toward better understanding in this global community.

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Can a book about Jerry Falwell bring people together? – Boing Boing

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

“The theory is that we need to break out of our echo chambers to become smarter and better citizens. And that this is a way to self-improve without having to pack up and move to Lynchburg, VA.”

Can a book about Jerry Falwell bring people together? – Boing Boing.

The Empathic Civilisation – RSA Animate

Friday, June 4th, 2010

New thinking, baby steps to everyone to see things differently. Simple Rethink, so many of us are feeling it.

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