Building a Better Mousetrap

Once in awhile, we all luck-out and find the perfect opportunity that fits are personality and business style. I found that recently when I was introduced to DubLi

Once in awhile, we all luck-out and find the perfect opportunity that fits are personality and business style. I found that recently when I was introduced to DubLi. I know…you’ve probably never heard of it, exactly my point. Neither had I. When I reviewed the information I found that it was the perfect almost-groundfloor opportunity to increase my financial stability in a fluxuating economy and eventually ‘exit’ into some kind of meanful retirement.

I’m not much for planning the classic retirement where you go lie on a beach sipping Mai Tai’s endlessly…though an occasional week of that here-and-there sounds great! No, I’m planning on ‘working’ in some way, shape or form until the day my life transitions into the next.

Is DubLi a ‘better mousetrap’…IMHO, a resonding, YES! They have formulated a reverse auction and business plan that just gets better by the day (I’ll post some more info soon on my “DubLi Info” page I just created). In the meantime…stay tuned here and connect with each other, that will always be part of my life plan!

Twitter collaborative writing experiment

I had an idea this morning; in the restricted 140 character context, can…and will…a group of writers contribute to a story? If so, on what topic would such a group enjoy collaborating? Romance and murder-mysteries seem to be popular, but neither interest me much. Perhaps if I start something that interests me, others who follow me will be inspired to also contribute.
So, I’m starting this conversation with the hopes that others will also want to join in. I’ll give it a few days to ‘cook’ and then start writing to see if the experiment can take off.

Introducing a World of New Users to Social Media

This will be basically a boiling-down of the plethora of information I’ve digested in the last week or so since signing up with my initial account on Twitter.

I’m preparing a free ‘cheat-sheet’ for joining or changing Twitter account information. There seems to be plenty of intelligent people out there who are next to clueless about how to do this.

This will be basically a boiling-down of the plethora of information I’ve digested in the last week or so since signing up with my initial account on Twitter. I’ve been on Facebook now for over a year and I learned so-much-more in the last week after being on Twitter than I had in the last year on Facebook. Why, it’s complicated, but perhaps because I’ve already starting referring to Twitter as “Facebook on SPEED!” Perhaps because it’s been a journey of accelerated learning that Facebook started, but Twitter really ignited in me.

My working title is: “How Twitter Changed My Life in Less Than One Week!” with a sub-title of “The Top Ten Things You MUST Know Before Joining the Social Media Revolution on Twitter”. Any comments or suggestions about either of these? I’d love to hear from this community.

NOTE: @unmarketing just said: “Out of 90 ppl in the room, 2 had heard of Twitter. Le sigh” We’re the leading-edge still people! The Twitter-World is our NEW oyster…

Connect2U: Not Just Another Pretty Blog about Connecting to Each Other

This blog is about finding those connections, figuring out how to stay connected and making them stronger through social networking…connecting YOU to ME…personally, professionally, socially and spiritually.

In this crazy busy world we live in, we are finding new ways of connecting YOU to ME…personally, professionally, socially and spiritually.

This blog is about finding those connections, figuring out how to stay connected and making them stronger through social networking. Once we find that there is no separation between the people we know and those we don’t…we’ll find that we’re not so different after all. Stay tuned…follow me on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn…and, newest…Vator.tv.

Let me know what you’re thinking about…or more important, how you’re feeling about your connection to yourself and others.