Blog post at Online Business Marketing Success with Nicole Dean : Today, I have a guest post from one of my favoritest coaching clients (who also helped me to publish my book) AND is one of my dear friends.[..]...
For many, tomorrow's celebration will be distanced across our nation, continents and oceans. They face separation, some in the midst of conflict. They await comforting words from loved ones. For those who are serving our country here at home or overseas, I salute you. To those deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan and other places around the world, hopefully next year you will be celebrating at home with your families.
Remember...More than being soldiers, many are also fathers!
When Lao-Tzu wrote that line some 2500 years ago, he meant that the essential truths of existence can be found within; looking outside of ourselves for answers only leads us astray. To my unenlightened mind, however, his words say something else, something both contradictory and complementary: The more you explore a place, the less you realize you know about it. The easy stereotypes and labels and narratives start to break down as you delve deeper beneath the surface.
Onions are indispensable in the kitchen, and because they keep so well, they're available all year round. If you grow your own onions and store them you can permanently cross them off your grocery list.
The journey of online publishing and social networks was never a grand plan but it is the evolution of humans playing on a web canvas that continues to surprise us with its speed, reach and role in influencing buying decisions, building trust and marketing personal and business brands.
A decade later the internet landscape is unrecognizable. We are all still learning about what works and what doesn’t.