Solving for Social Media (my blackout results)

Yesterday ended my month-long social media fast and blogging hiatus. A number of people have asked me how that went, and just what I was up to with all that. Answers below šŸ™‚ Was it worth it? Totally! Yes, unequivocally! Highly recommended! If you’re wondering why, read Deep Work. Did you miss it?Ā Blogging, yes. Social […]

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September visit to 2003

Starting tomorrow, no more social media It’s for my own good, though I’m sure I’ll miss seein’ ya Blogs like this too, farewell for a while I’ll be back in a month, don’t touch that dial! All is fine, don’t worry about me I’m just living like it’s 2003 So sorry to miss you on […]

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Gently ditching Friends & Family on LinkedIn

When I first joined LinkedIn a decade ago, MySpace was King. Facebook was just starting to take its first toddler steps into the big wide world. Nobody had apps on their phones yet, and mainstream society didn’t really get “social media” (still putting it in quotes frequently). So, like most folks, I added friends & […]

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7 things I’m ditching post-vacation

There are so many incredible benefits of getting out of the country once in a while! Highly recommended. Aside from having aĀ fantastic vacation/adventure in Southeast Asia, I got a fresh perspective on the trappings of life/work/country upon returning yesterday. Here are some things I’ve decided not to put up with anymore as a result: Subscriptions […]

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No POTUS Posts, please

This post serves as a warning and an explanation to my fellow Americans. I thought you deserved to know why you areĀ beĀ about to be unfriended, unfollowed, or otherwise hidden from the social media feeds of your family, friends, and associates. The short answer is that it’s politics, and no one wants to hear yours. Least […]

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