This post isn’t really about Lady Gaga at all, though I’m convinced I’m interesting enough to be famous for being famous. Yes? Anyway, I think this Greyson Chance kid is better than Gaga and Justin Beiber put together. So there’s that.
But better isn’t always the only suitable solution, sometimes it’s just “different.” The main thing different in my life since last Friday is that I have a new job. I’m hoping it’ll be a great fit and that I’ll have the opportunity to really move the needle and make a positive impact.
Speaking of different, I’ve been wanting to try some new things here lately. I think there’s real value in filtering and sharing solid content. I’ve also enjoyed similar approaches to Friday posts (since nobody wants to think on Friday anyway) such as: Analagous Friday, Friday Quick Hits, and Friday Linky Love. With said, I’m hoping to make “Friday Grab Bag” a regular feature. Use the comments to let me know if you like it, and what else you’d like to see included.
Self-knowledge Reigns! Every Interaction Unique! Their Eyes, Not Yours! — (Tom Peters)
Why Social Media Doesn’t Matter Anymore — (John Jantsch)
The Social Business Manifesto — (David Armano)
I Tweet, Therefore I Am… Empty? — Justin Kownacki
The “Like, Er, Lie” Economy — (Robert Scoble)
Listen to This Song:
“Maybe You” – Sean McConnell
“For every piece of advice anyone gives you, there’s an equal & opposite piece of advice that someone else swears by.” — Justin Kownacki
RSM Post You Should Re-Visit:
Three Experiments to Retain Employees and Increase Productivity