Solution based advocacy part 2: The distress model points to complete recovery

Or which solution based advocacy rabbits we’re not chasing any longer……

We’ve been working with various strategy advisors lately as well as learning from many different points of view. We premiered our solution based advocacy approach on Martin Luther King Day. Stephanie Zamorra from Kansas City Sourcelink is one of the best small business development professionals in Kansas City. She heard my business idea right on day 1 of the Fast Trac entrepreneurship training program and told us to focus. She said, “You know the saying, ‘He who chases two rabbits doesn’t eat.’ ”

Lately we’re figuring out which rabbits

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Learning Social Media for Baby Boomers, part 1

Learning Social Media Tips for Boomers, Part 1 Learning Social Media If You Weren’t Born Using the Internet

Learning Social Media : Facebook is Easiest, Most Fun and Useful

If you weren’t born in the computer era, social media might be intimidating. With any new Internet technology, I sometimes I think I might break the computer, or never figure out how to make the programs do what I want.

I was born in the Post-World War II Baby Boom, 1948. I started learning social media on the Internet when I was 45, an old dog who had to

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