Like most pre-teens and then teens, I didn’t think much about my father’s role as a businessowner or how he managed to build a successful business on the side.
When I was young, I would write constantly. Poems, songs, short stories, essays. I would write for hours every day. Going into journalism felt natural, and getting great writing jobs after college was easy. Writing made me feel alive. But life has twists and turns, and things change.
If money wasn’t an object, I’d probably attend just about every marketing/social media/technology conference out there. I love the energy, the enthusiasm, the ideas and I always pick up great little nuggets of wisdom. But at nearly every conference or… Continue Reading →
It feels like forever since I wrote for Social Amateur. And actually, it has been a while. For someone who preaches the value of frequent, regular content, I haven’t exactly been demonstrating it. Do as I say, not as I… Continue Reading →
Although the official Mashable Social Media Day was held June 30th, we in Vermont kicked things off a little early with Burlington Social Media Day (#BTVSMD13) last Thursday/Friday. This is the 4th time for this event, I believe, and it… Continue Reading →