For our Twitter Challenge Day 7: Check-in & Catch-up! I wanted to try a Facebook Live for a more hands-on personal sharing of our #TribalSupport learning experience.read more
Twitter Challenge: Day 6 – When do you Tweet?
So, have you Tweeted yet today?
Waiting for anything in particular, or perhaps trying a different time?read more
Twitter Challenge: Day 5 – Engage with Others via RT and Likes
To effectively use Twitter and find it actually engaging, we have to actively engage with people. Especially when we are new or start using an account, nobody knows who we are or what we are about, so the ball is in our court (so to speak) to engage with others.read more
Twitter Challenge: Day 4
We are beginning to progress in our work, and expand our challenge by adding one more component to Twitter — finding other tags!read more
Twitter Challenge: Day 3
Here we are, already 3 days into our 15 day challenge! As today is Sunday, and we just started our challenge on a Friday, how about if we go easy on ourselves today while still practicing a bit of what we are learning and experiencing?read more
Twitter Challenge: Day 2
If the reasons we are doing this challenge are to Connect (with each other on Twitter via #TribalSupport), Engage (with a wider audience and via hashtags #), and Grow (outside our comfort zone by learning in public), then we need to take action!read more
Today is the first day in our Twitter Challenge!
Part of the Challenge of Challenges in the Facebook Life Coach Tribal Support community, we thought, “Let’s actually CREATE a challenge WHILE we are sharing about how this can be effectively done!”read more
Everything we face in life can be considered an opportunity or a challenge, depending on how we approach it and and what we do with it.
It can be very easy to shrink from something the stretches us, or something that challenges us in ways that may lead us to uncertain outcomes, yet those are all the more reason to reframe our approach into embracing opportunities rather than retreating from challenges.read more
We know where we will be if we stop learning new things, challenging our assumptions, or expanding our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
Right, when we stop learning, we stop growing.read more
Unlearning habits that promote injustice really means authentically learning for the first time.read more
Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and it is an opportunity to both celebrate his life and memory, while also consider what meaning this has for me and my life today. King was a civil rights activist and leader, and I think it is valuable to reflect on how this work was so important because it was so needed…read more
We had a really interesting discussion yesterday on the article How the world’s most successful founders approach failure and my take-away message is simple, yet somewhat profound:
Blaming is the Opposite of Learning from Experience…read more
Here are some discussion questions to help us frame today’s article discussion on “How the world’s most successful founders approach failure”…read more
Do you read articles, watch TED Talks, or listen to podcasts on Coaching or Personal Empowerment and wish you have others to talk with them about in real time to share insights, ideas, or experiences about them?
Here is your chance!…read more
Come celebrate Wikipedia Day with me this Sunday at the Ace Hotel right here in New York City. Details about how we at Wikimedia NYC are celebrating this in a New York way can be found here (including the time of the cake!!)…read more
What will you do for yours?read more
When we work toward personal goals, they often involve the development and ceaseless focus on engaging small habits that, when repeated together, help move us forward toward goal achievement…read more
One of the Facebook groups I started a number of years ago, Actor-Network Theory (ANT), has chugged along over the years as a communal hub for those of us interested in the theoretical and methodological aspects of actor-network theory.
I promise the geekery in this post will end in a moment . . .read more
In an age of immediacy and computer-driven outsourcing of work, we can send out our laundry, order in food, gift giftcards, stream movies, and even speak to our digital assistants to remind us to send flowers on holidays, there still is not a way to outsource our own learning…read more