This would be the Yang to the last post of Yin.
The sunny, rainbow, unicorn side…
Why? Because there is a balance in everything. There has to be.
So this version is all about doing social media right.
#1 Jim Walberg
Every morning Jim shares an image that embodies his thought for the day. It doesn’t stop there. Jim loves to connect with people in meaningful ways. He’s a multi time cancer ‘Thriver’ and when he asked if I would partake in this years “Cycle for Survival” I wasn’t the only one who didn’t ask what it was, how much, or even when – it was an easy YES!
Why: Jim stats the day off with a positive thinking, each and every day. He wants you to as well. Follow Jim and you’ll be better for it.
#2 Dana Silas Moos
Dana is a real estate agent, chef, cookbook author, photographer (yadda yadda, yadda) and I’ll bet if she needed to she would also be a expert welder! She wears a lot of different hats each and every day. She seems to be always busy but that doesn’t stop her from not only sharing what’s happening in her world, but also connecting with people one on one. One moment she’s sharing the fabulous fall foliage, then it’s off to meet with clients, and next she’s making dinner. Did I mention she’s a raving Seinfeld Fan too?
WHY: Dana has a hundred things she could be selling you, instead she shares her life in a very genuine way. Warning: follow Dana and soon you’ll want to move to Maine, buy an Inn and start making incredible meals.
#3 Tamara Dorris
Here’s another dynamo! Tamara is an Agent, Author, Teacher, and Coach. I can’t leave out Yoga and Wine (not in that order).
Each day on her Page and her Profile she shares thought, ideas and general goodness.
Why: Just like the two above, Tamara lives in a positive world. She leads by example, she sells by living. She connects with those around her and elevates them. You can’t help but be inspired by her.
So there’s three exceptional human beings doing wonderful things in social media. I could easily have added another three or three hundred. Follow them, connect with them, and don’t forget to start (or continue) to be an exceptional human being yourself!
Ted: Our first guest speaker comes from the year 400 BC, a time when most of the world looked like the cover of the Led Zeppelin album, Houses of the Holy.
Bill: We were there. There were many steps and columns. It was most tranquil.
Ted: He is sometimes known as the father of modern thought. He was the teacher of Plato, who was in turn the teacher of Aristotle, and like Ozzy Osbourne, was repeatedly accused of corruption of the young.