I just watched a live conversation with a sexologist on LinkedIn

Chris Brogan interviewed a sexologist on LinkedIn Live this morning and I am all the way here for it. I’m always talking about zigging when others zag, and that’s exactly what he and his co-host, Kerry Gorgone did today in my opinion. Sex toys, orgasms, bedroom boredom, tips on getting more of what you want from a partner and even the benefit of a sexual … Continue reading I just watched a live conversation with a sexologist on LinkedIn

Forget about business hours and post on Sundays

I bet you don’t post content on LinkedIn on Sundays, do you. But chances are, you sometimes if not often, peruse LinkedIn and consume content on Sundays. Am I right? The common and popular advice about LinkedIn Updates is to post them on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and definitely avoid weekends. But why do you want to be like everyone else? And what makes the … Continue reading Forget about business hours and post on Sundays

Beware the mind-controlling algorithm

Beware the mind-controlling algorithm. When it comes to professional growth and development, allow me to urge you not to depend solely on algorithms developed by your favorite social media platforms of choice. Even if these algorithms are rooted in your previous behavior and seemingly provide you with an acceptable amount of content that piques your interest, and keeps you adequately informed, I find it dangerous. … Continue reading Beware the mind-controlling algorithm

Keep writing cover letters

I saw a post on LinkedIn yesterday stating that cover letters are a waste of time. I absolutely disagree. Given that we are living in an era of companies regularly “ghosting” applicants and even some who have already gone through the interview process, things are beyond frustrating for job seekers. But shortchanging yourself is not the answer. Taking shortcuts doesn’t work, and as I’ve said … Continue reading Keep writing cover letters

Stop being so critical and let people make a living

I’ve made it a point not to take issue with anyone trying to sell me something, even if I don’t want or need it right now, or ever.I recognize that people need to sell to live, survive and take care of themselves and their families. Heck, so do I. I am encouraging people to stop blasting others for trying to make a living. Use the … Continue reading Stop being so critical and let people make a living

Starting a New Community? Think Hard About What You’re Asking

Wait. Now you want me to come join and participate in your new Facebook group? I already listen to your podcast or read your newsletter. Isn’t that enough? Don’t you know how pressed I am for time? It’s hard enough to be committed to you and all the others on a single channel even though I value what you’re creating, so I don’t think I … Continue reading Starting a New Community? Think Hard About What You’re Asking

To enlighten and drive change in Corporate America

Over the past two weeks I’ve felt compelled to speak out about racial inequality, particularly in the workplace, and share my thoughts and experiences in a way I haven’t publicly in the past, which is moving people to action. The calls, text messages and  emails I’ve received have made it clear to me there’s another area of which I must get involved, further share my … Continue reading To enlighten and drive change in Corporate America

Be courageous, be bold and adopt a bias for action

As told to WRAL TechWire and outlined in this piece they published sharing my thoughts, I am encouraging courageous acts far beyond lip service. Here are the answers I provided to the questions posed: What is your view on the ground here in the Triangle?  My view is the same no matter where I am in America. It does not change. I have friends and … Continue reading Be courageous, be bold and adopt a bias for action