Everything I need to know about management, I learned from raising kids
August 25, 2009 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
Say what you want about the joys of having children (and there is a lot to say there), but the massive effort that goes into giving them principles, habits, and skills to succeed in family and life is a gargantuan effort. The good news is that, in general, you really only have to manage one at a time and you get plenty of practice with the first child so you’re better prepared when the second, third, etc. show up on your doorstep. (more…)
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Five ways to use Twitter – for those who still don’t get it.
August 10, 2009 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
The conversation yesterday went like this:
Guy: Who here Twitters?
Me: Oh, I do. I think I’m a fairly heavy user.
Guy: I don’t get it. I really don’t care what you had for breakfast.
OK, I’m as guilty as anybody else when it comes to Tweeting silly information and literally stating what I’m doing right now in the requisite 140 characters. But I use it for so much more than that, as do most people I follow. After some thinking, I’ve categorized Twitter use into five categories: (more…)
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