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Blog Whisperer Short List

March is put up or shut up month. The Blog Whisperer, me, has been experimenting with a few blog and SEO tactics that I was ‘afraid’ to do. In the spirit of put up or shut up…

A short list:

  • Action beats inaction, most of the time
  • Humor is good, so is being serious
  • Good habits are better than bad ones
  • Having purpose helps you focus
  • Having purpose helps you make better decisions faster
  • There are only 2 guarantees in life

What’s your short list?

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He's Just Nutty

Google Mid Life Celebration?

Photo of a Boston Pizza menu in Halifax, Nova Scotia…

As a prolific blogger – The Blog Whisperer – and Orlando based Inspirational Speaker, founder and CEO at Mid Life Celebration, LLC, it’s no secret what it takes to move forward.

  • Give your best away for free
  • Be consistent
  • Court, then lead, a Tribe
  • Make plenty of mistakes
  • Experiment
  • Have fun
  • Be willing to look stupid
  • Be willing to feel alone
  • Be willing to NEVER give up
  • Remain Authentic

Know what you get from these?

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When Your Life Changes

Unrest Is Your Friend

Patience’s burden can feel unBEARable

Patience is a virtue.

And sometimes, an excuse.

As a Father, I’ve learned you can not teach patience with impatience.

But as the CEO of an entrepreneurial business, patience is simply a tool until you can no longer remain patient.

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Completely Different?

How An Idea Virus Works

Who Needs A Flu Shot?
Who Needs A Flu Shot?

Someone says or writes something that others find more than just interesting, they find it important, and then feel compelled to share it with others, because they know their friends and associates will find it important too.

This is a New York Times article about Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger.

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Nine Months Later

Facebook Privacy

What The?
What The?

Facebook.

Privacy.

Social norms.

Founder, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook claims Privacy is no longer a social norm.

He’s right, but people older than 30 have their heads in the sand.  If you are an entrepreneur, I’d read this article, reflect on it and figure out a way to stay current.

This issue opportunity is changing the Internet, which changes everything else.

PS.  This is the second post today.  Scroll down for the first.