How to Incorporate Bullet Journaling into Your Planning Style

Everyone who has succeeded as an entrepreneur has one thing in common: They plan. Somewhere along the entrepreneurial journey there’s a point at which we make the conscious decision to plan and achieve our goals or we unwittingly decide that we’ve embarked on yet another failed project-no two ways about it. Planning just makes sense….

Filling the Post-Operative/Procedure/Visit Void

Originally posted on hcldr:
Blog post by Colin Hung Last week I had the opportunity to attend the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) Annual Meeting. It was the first time at this conference and I was excited to be going. I was anxious to see the latest innovations for patient self-care at…

My Social “Secret Sauce”

Originally posted on Social Media, etc.:
As a Social Strategist I do a lot of work with clients on building up their brands and executing various types of initiatives and relationship-building. But, as a lot of you know, I also spend a good bit of time building up my own “personal brand”. Now before I…

An A-Hole dentist shoots #CecilTheLion and Social Media Erupts

Originally posted on RichSimmonds:
They say hunting is the only sport where your opponent does not know they are in the game! When real arseholes like Dr. Walter J. Palmer kill Cecil the collared Lion, you have to start questioning what type of person hunts? We already know that they are not just men who are poorly endowed,…

BBC News – 10 things we didn’t know last week

Her are 10 things I discovered or embraced about myself last week: I’m a good negotiator, even when others believe all hope is lost. The best business associates are those who embrace and share good ideas. Good intuition cannot be excluded when interviewing prospective talent. People listen when you speak sincerely. I can’t be in 2 places at one time….