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Connectivity Requires Change

By Ginger Johnson | Apr 14, 2019

Connectivity requires change. (That’s it.) Are you changing?

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Connecting requires Work

By Ginger Johnson | Apr 13, 2019

I’ve had a conflicted relationship with the word WORK in the last few years. Why does it have such a negative connotation? When did work become a villain, to be blamed and mocked? Why do we choose the word to describe our endeavors to begin with? Dictionary.com describes the first…

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Connectivity Speeds Up Results

By Ginger Johnson | Apr 12, 2019

When you think of connectivity, you may wonder, “Okay – fine, Ginger. You’re talking about Connectivity. But what does it do for me – how does it drive results?” Relevant question. Here’s how I’d respond. 1. Connectivity = real, in-human, person to person relationship creation and development. 2. Technology =…

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Connecting for HR Pros

By Ginger Johnson | Apr 3, 2019

If you’re an HR – Human Resources – Pro, we’re seeking your input today: What are the biggest areas of opportunity (some call them challenges) to help you with your duties in human development, related to connectivity? How can we be of service, answering questions you have about how to…

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Connecting In Our Communities, In-Person

By Ginger Johnson | Apr 1, 2019

One of the communities I have robustly engaged with to connect with go-getters, change agents and interesting people is LinkedIn. One reason I engage is the responses (read: conversations) by thoughtful, smart and equally engaged people – connectors, like my friend and colleague, Paul Garcia. I asked: how do you…

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Why Try Story

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 25, 2019

I’m sharing this story today because knowing your own WHY is crucial – dare I say, the floor – upon which you build your life and future.

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How Do You Find Your Why?

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 12, 2019

Have you ever wondered how to find or determine your purpose? Meaning, why you’re doing what you’re doing? Is there something else you’d rather be doing?

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Connecting With Middle Schoolers

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 9, 2019

My connection to middle school people is one I relish and will forever enjoy.

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Your Why Is Your North Star

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 8, 2019

The North Star or Pole Star – aka Polaris – is famous for holding nearly still in our sky while the entire northern sky moves around it. That’s because it’s located nearly at the north celestial pole, the point around which the entire northern sky turns.

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Why “Why”?

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 7, 2019

why drives everything we do. It’s the molten core of our decision making. Based on what we know, what we know about it and how we feel about it because of what we know, that’s where our Why comes from.

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How Do You Turn A Ship?

By Ginger Johnson | Mar 6, 2019

How Do You Turn A Ship? Watch the video…

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What’s Your Why?

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 28, 2019

What’s Your Why — Watch the video

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Connectivity Is Your Orchestra For Life

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 25, 2019

Connectivity.   What is it? Simply. It’s creating and developing relationships, on purpose, with an intent to serve other people. When I hear people say that, in the work they do, they “just want to help people.” My frequent retort is, “Well, you can help people doing all sorts of…

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Awareness Of Why

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 19, 2019

Every day’s a great day to connect. Today I’m giving a special thank you and WOO HOO!! cantwaittogettogetherwithyouinperson to Adam French today. Adam’s a connector. He’s very aware of his why. He’s very aware of what it means to be going through life purposefully. I’m impressed and inspired by Adam…

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Q: How Do You Stay Connected?

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 15, 2019

A: Intentionally. This week – hell, this year and last – has been a shipturner for me. I’ve been making a change from my previous prior focus to my current and foreseeable future focus, Connectivity. How does one turn a ship, you may ask? Well, as an impatient person, not…

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Connect With The Decision Maker

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 7, 2019

When you’re connecting with people whom you want to serve, one biggie to find out is this: Who’s the decision maker? Allow me to expound. Recently I was going back and forth, via phone calls & emails, with someone who expressed interest in a crazy free talk offer I put…

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Connect With What’s Good For Your Soul

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 6, 2019

What’s makes you really happy? Whatever that is helps you connect with life. I’m out in this video on a glorious snow day – a rarity in Southern Oregon… I declared today a snow day! Because I love it, it does a tun for my soul and it’s important to…

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Don’t Kill Your Days Connecting

By Ginger Johnson | Feb 5, 2019

Okay, so the title above may seem counter to my message of connectivity. It’s actually congruous. Here’s what I mean. 1. Whole days can disappear in efforts to connect with other people. Phone calls, meetings, LinkedIn, Zoom, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…. 2. Determine your WHY and your focus first: What is…

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Story Telling Is Connecting With Your Audience

By Ginger Johnson | Jan 31, 2019

With props to Dhawal today, let’s talk just a little bit about story telling. Watch this video here. Share any thoughts, resources and questions you have as well, below in the comments. Thanks.  

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Standing In Integrity

By Ginger Johnson | Jan 30, 2019

“Hi _____! I wanted to say how nice it was to connect on the phone yesterday. After sitting with our conversation, speaking for free doesn’t feel aligned. I’ve worked my butt off for the last 12 years and the expertise I have gained is a worth a speaker fee. I…

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The Culture of Connectivity

By Ginger Johnson | Jan 29, 2019

The phone call went for almost two hours…well, it was a screen to screen long distance call, thanks to modern technology. Two hours. It flew by because the person across country who had made time for me was so engaged, glad to help and provide decades worth of experiential insight…

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