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How DARE You Not Be Awesome?
 

How DARE You Not Be Awesome?

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Powerpoint deck that backed my 2009 opening keynote at BlogWorldExpo

Powerpoint deck that backed my 2009 opening keynote at BlogWorldExpo

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    How DARE You Not Be Awesome? How DARE You Not Be Awesome? Presentation Transcript

    • How DARE you!!??* *Not be awesome?
    • Self-doubt is actually kinda Selfish
    • (You’re cheating us!)
    • Mentoring, unpacked.
    • Fear is a terrible motivator.
    • Love Matters. Love Lasts. Photo Credit: (cc) prakhar on flickr.com
    • [The Awesomeness Manifesto]
      • Four Pillars of Awesomeness…
      • Ethical Production
      • Insanely Great Stuff
      • Love
      • Thick Value
      http: //blogs . harvardbusiness .org/haque/2009/09/is_your_business_innovative_or.html
    • Awesome is NOT a Private Street cc: moonlightbulb Photo Credit: (cc) moonlightbulb on flickr .com
    • Challenge and Inspire
      • product of a creator’s passion
      • novel and non-obvious, evoking surprise and delight
      • something about them perfectly reflects the essence of (their) creation
      @awesomefound
    • Team Awesome Photo Credit: (cc) matski_98 on flickr .com
    • #crushit.
    • Think Big
    • Awesome Anything cc: stallio Photo Credit: (cc) stallio on flickr .com
    • How?
    • What’s Your Superpower?
    • [Four leaf clover] Photo Credit: (cc) cygnus921 on flickr .com
      • Maximize Chance Opportunities
      • Listen to Lucky Hunches
      • Expect Good Fortune
      • Turn Bad Luck to Good
    • Believe.
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    • “ learn to not be afraid of who you actually are.” http://pistachio. posterous .com/lauras-rules-0
      • be kind and fair to everyone.
      • don't worry whether or not anyone likes you.
      • help people.
      • ask.
      • act. (get excited and share it)
      laura’s rules
      • love yourself.
      • love others. (try radical forgiveness)
      • gratitude for everything.
      • hope is your only hope. (and fear is your only worry)
      • be present.
      http://pistachio. posterous .com/lauras-rules-0
    • “ Only connect.’ -E. M. Forrester
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    • (You KNEW Twitter’d be in here somewhere!)
    • What Are You Doing?
    • On-Ramp Photo Credit: (cc) stallio on flickr .com
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    • “ Use it Where You Think Best” -IBM ThinkPad Commercials
    • The User Multiface browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader • FriendFeed • Facebook • blogs • widgets • desktop • iPhone • Blackberry • clients • websites • subscriptions • listening tools • blog tools • plugins • visualizations • mainstream integrations
    • What can I do with it?
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    • http://twitpic.com/135xa
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    • How to build awesome with Twitter…
    • Listen. Learn. Care. Serve.
    • You’re not alone anymore.
    • Surround yourself with inspiring people
    • [HORIZON] Photo Credit: (cc) dominicspics on flickr .com
    • Be Useful Turn it inside-out Curate and produce value Connect
    • Become Happier
      • Transparency & Values
      • Reframing Reality
      • Helping Others
      • Gratitude
      http://blogs.zappos.com/blogs/ceo-and-coo-blog/2009/01/25/how-twitter-can-make-you-a-better-and-happier-person
    • Be Uniquely YOU. Talk about your passions
    • Twitter Campaigns?
      • not so much.
      • Twitter literacy
    • How Best to Approach?
      • Find/cultivate examples of
      • Excellence
      • Authenticity
      • Engagement
      • Then, eExperiment - What works for you ?
    • Manners 101
      • Dress nicely
        • Background graphic, avatar
      • Introduce yourself
        • Fill out profile completely
        • Mention your Twitter on your site
      • Be a good conversationalist
        • Listen, respond
        • Contribute relevant, useful material
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    • [PeeWee Dummies] cc: moonlightbulb Photo Credit: © Damon Cortesi @dacort
      • Eagle Scout
      Team Climbed Denali Twitter App Developer
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    • Homepage screenshot
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    • Influence (was) Attracting attention to yourself
    • Influence (is) Providing attention and value to others
    • Photo Credit: (cc) jerryfletcher on flickr.com
    • Social Media is Knowledge
    • Knowledge is Socially Mediated
    • Knowledge is Socially Mediated Photo Credit: (cc) fredoalvarez on flickr.com
    • Knowledge is Social ly Media ted
    • Markets are Socially Mediated
    • Photo Credit: (cc) gregor_y on flickr.com
    • Markets are Social ly Media ted
    • Photo Credit: (cc) matrianklw on flickr.com
    • Value. visibility relevance relationships social capital community ideas trust research marketing networking customer service traffic news sales SEO
    • Externally Customer service Market awareness News Innovation Understanding Extending reach Relationships Branding Direct sales SEO Driving traffic Networking
    • Internally Sales Teams Event Planning Project Status News Coordination Interface Decentralized teams Employee Support Mentoring Problem-solving Purely Social