"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.
You must do the thing which you think you cannot do." -Eleanor Roosevelt

Bored with 21st Century Skills? Get over It

Tweet By: Mike Sansone Blogs and Social Media as Conversation Stations I hear a lot of business people, teachers, educators — and some edubloggers — who are already tired of the term “21st Century Skills.”  Get over it!  The term is going to be around for a long, long time. The definition? Possibly ever-evolving. I […]

Don’t Teach your kids this stuff..Please??

September 30, 2009 by  
Filed under 21st Century Learning, Blog

Tweet Don’t teach your kids this stuff. Please? By Scott Mcleod, J.D, PH.D. dear parent teacher administrator board member don’t teach your kids to read for the Web to scan RSS aggregate synthesize don’t teach your kids to write online pen and paper aren’t going anywhere since when do kids need an audience? no need […]

Andrew Warner Discusses How Blogs Helped The Four Hour Work Week Become a Best Seller

September 25, 2009 by  
Filed under Advice on Success, Blog, Success

Tweet Andrew Warner with Mixergy.com does a great job breaking down the steps Timothy Ferriss took in creating a phenomenal best seller.  Timothy Ferriss as you may know is the author of The Four Hour Work Week. If you are writing a book, take note.

“The Best Damn Marketing Tool” with Seth Godin and Tom Peters

August 11, 2009 by  
Filed under Blog, Entrepreneurial Advice

Tweet If we can just get to the reason or the “why” we do something it leads us to a well defined purpose.  That reason or “aha” moment can be achieved with reflection.  Self reflection is so important and  the easiest way to do that is to practice that reflection with a blog.   Blogging […]

Tracking hashtags on Twitter

August 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Blog, Create a Following, Social Media

Tweet Tracking hashtags on Twitter by Nathan T. Wright in Web Strategy May 20, 2009 Image by Search Engine People Blog via Flickr If you’re new to Twitter, you may be wondering what all those strange words are preceded by the # symbol. These are called hashtags – basically, it is a method for adding […]