Sat 24 Jan 2009
Fri 16 Jan 2009
Just read an amazing interchange regarding what PR executive said via Twitter on a trip to Nashville to visit his client FedEx. What was originally a post about being careful what you publish via social networking has some interesting twists and turns. The comments are perhaps more of the story than the story itself. Hold off on your assumptions about the article and the comments until you read through them all. In particular read #31 from “Lawyer Dude.” Fascinating.
Thu 15 Jan 2009
Last week I heard a bizarre story on NPR about PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and their new campaign to do a PR adjustment for a much maligned scaly friends of the sea.Â A.K.A. Fish.Â Â They are campaigning to rename them “SEA KITTENS” because we would never do to cats, dogs, and hamsters what we do in the name of “fishing” i.e. driving a hook in an animal’s face.Â Â Â Not sure where I stand on the issue, but it has me thinking – and perhaps that is the whole point.
In the mean time enjoy my “Sea Kitten” Chow Mane which I created on the PETA website.
Wed 14 Jan 2009
Networks can be seen:
- Horizontally as a support network – to help us bounce back
- Vertically as a ladder – to help us reach new heights
- Diagonally as mutual support society or introduce us to new ways of thinking
- or as I like to see it – a 3D sphere where everyone and everything is interconnected ~ like sustainability. Whatever I do effects in some way what you do and you vice-versa.
My Love of sustainability has overwhelmed my passion for coaching. It is leading me on to manage, lead, teach, and work with a company to see the opportunities in being green, being sustainable. I look toward my network for inspiration and opportunities toward this endeavor and I know that my work will ricochet throughout my network and beyond.
I am looking for a senior sustainability position to call my next home.
Call me for chat, see what I’ve been up to, and to shake our 3D network. Let’s see how we can inspire and help each other.