FEAR IS NOT A STOP SIGN – IT IS A GUIDELINE “Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood” ~Marie Curie Is your social life in hand? GGSB Feb 2011
How Social are YOU? On the go! – text to others in room by phone, multitask while in 1:1 conversation, text from private places? Social creature – relationships are critical to business success“Apparently we love New Opportunitiesour own cell phones but we hate everyone elses.” New Risks - Joe Bob Briggs
How many mobile interaction points do you have?Points Activity 1 Talk with others 1:1 (phone) 1 Send/receive instant text messages (no talking required) 1 Send or view images (photo or video) 2 Check email or browse internet 2 Receive alerts from an external source (football score, arrival of airplane) 3 Collaborate with a group (conference, tweetup, play multiplayer game) 3 Find out what or who is physically around you (location based services) 3 Get mobile notifications that tell you what your friends are doing 4 Exchange money (transact business) Total
How many mobile RISK points do you have?Points Activity 2 Identify your mobile phone number to those you call (caller ID) 2 Broadcast your position from your phone (location services) 2 Submit your mobile device number in a form 2 Publish your mobile device number online or in an email signature 2 Sharon@ mobile device for personal and professional purposes Use the samesocialmediaalive.com you are or what you are doing 3 Post online where 3 Use your phone to shop, pay bills, exchange moneySUBTRACT-- 5 Regularly change your phone number, identity, passwordsSUBTRACT-- 5 Have established your own guidelines for mobile device activity TOTAL
Risk and Return Is your Risk / Return Ratio Acceptable?
Your Guidelines1. Turn off/on caller ID2. Turn off/on location broadcast3. Manage submission of your number to others “Risk comes from not knowing what4. Personalise your privacy settings youre doing”5. Personalise your online networks6. Regularly “Google” your phone number to see - Warren Buffett where you are online7. Check for unlisted and “Do Not Call” registries (US)8. Change your passwords9. Tell your friends your mobile preferences10. Know when to turn off your phone or say no
Social Responsibilities 1. Respect your contact’s privacy guidelines "The price of 2. Turn off your ring tone/buzzers/alerts greatness is 3. Do not spam responsibility” 4. Keep your contact’s phone number info- Winston Churchill private 5. Keep your contact’s location private 6. Check with people if you suspect they have been hacked 7. Tell people (via a different channel) if you’ve been hacked 8. Be willing to shut down / fix your problem to avoid harming others
Action! “Watch yourthoughts, for they 1. Outline your guidelines become words. 2. Ask your contacts for their preferences Watch your 3. Discuss guidelines with your contacts words, for they 4. Communicate safely and with confidence! become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become character. Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”