Yes, I'm a self proclaimed Twitter ho. I fell in love with social media in 2008 when Facebook morphed from being a game-playing medium (who wants someone "poking" you and do you remember when zombies went around "biting chumps"?) into an actual social network.
The kids are off school, camp has run out, and now we need to be Good Mommies and Daddies while running our businesses (since our clients could not care less whether we have any focus left to dedicate to work after singing Wheels on the Bus 40,000 times in a row.)
Have you ever listened to yourself on tape? Yes, I just dated myself since “young-uns” today don’t have a frigging clue what a “tape” is. Let me rephrase – have you ever listened to your own voice, recorded and played back to you?
Networking used to suck. Put on a suit you don't want to wear. Go to the Ramada, and mill about in bad lighting, nibbling stale crackers and handing out your business card. Talk to people you don't want to talk to about stuff you don't want to talk about to sell stuff you don't believe in. Sexy
I feel like we're debutantes in Mississippi circa 1964. We are "presenting" ourselves to the greater world, unveiling our voices and how we can potentially both relate to and support our fellow entrepreneur community. Although we have loftier goals than joining the Ladies Who Lunch circuit (no disrespect to Jeff, gentlemen can have lunch too) it is indeed an inauguration of sorts for both of us
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