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ROUTE 66 To Savvy Networking Success

The journey to savvy networking success is a circuitous one. Being from Chicago, it reminds me of the famous cross-country trip that starts at Michigan Avenue (near the Art Institute) and ends in Santa Monica near the famous pier. These are 66 do-able actions that are easy to implement. SAVVY NETWORKERS: 1) Acknowledge — gifts, […]

How To Work A Room® or Zoom: Face-To-Face Networking In A Virtual World

Adapting our social interactions from the Room to Zoom and other platforms is important during these “work remotely” pandemic times. I’ve give several virtual programs on staying visible when we aren’t in-person. So I updated this article for these strange times. We are now in The Corona Times, For many of us, that impacts the […]

Not-So-SILENT APPROVAL

One of the lessons of my youth came from the history books as well as from some very fine teachers. Do not give silent approval to wrongdoing. “Silence, in the face of wrongdoing, gives the appearance of approval.” That was some big lesson for a little girl to explain why we must stand up and […]

Something Tough to Say? If Skittish, Try Yiddish

by Susan RoAne “Cyber dreck” … that’s what the Wall Street Journal said in 1992 was the composition of much that was on the WWW. I roared, knowing full well what the Wall Street Journal thought of much of the stuff floating on the internet. I was inspired and motivated to reclaim dreck in my […]