Books

The Culture of Connectivity

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 and support, specific suggestions and…

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Connecting Vs Networking: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between Connecting and Networking? I explain it here because there’s a critical difference you need to know. So…why does it matter? Good question. And it was one I was really struggling with…why do I not use the word ‘networking’? What was I stuck on?? I was stuck on the literal nature of…

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What Three Things Connect You The Most?

Ask yourself: if I had to group the THINGS I did each day, toward my vision and my life’s work, into 3 basic groups, what groups would those be? When I ask myself that, my three are Speak, Teach, Write. How did I get to that clarity point? With an Org Chart. A few years…

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Your Why Is Your Purpose

Your Why is your purpose – it’s your intention. It’s what makes you move forward. When I wrote the Connectivity Canon, I wanted to be superdupercrystalclear on what my Why was. The world doesn’t need another book! What it needs is more connectivity. More you and me, being together, learning how to communicate, learning how…

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Reading Is Another Tactic For Connecting

If you’ve ever walked into a room – or you’re planning to walk into the room and you want to connect with people, and you don’t know what you can talk about, I’ve got a solution. One word: Read. Read a lot, read whatever you like, read for pleasure, read for information, read for education.…

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Connectivity Isn’t Complex – It’s Simple

Guess what?? Connectivity isn’t complex. It’s straight forward and simple. Marti Barletta, long time colleague and mentor – and now friend – sums it up: “Don’t make it complicated, Ginger. There’s too many people making things complicated.” She’s right. When we complicate a process or system or thinking, we ball up the works. We end…

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Upcoming Events

Join me ~ Illinois Valley Rotary Club /Speaker of the day / 10.2 Wild River Pub, Cave Junction OR SOREDI Summit / Speaking on Connectivity: The Human Side of Technology 10.5 White City OR Workshop Connecting Tools: Connectivity + LinkedIn / 10.15 Medford OR Book Party!! Everyone welcome Connectivity Canon / 2Hawk Winery / 10.15…

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Connectivity Canon: available 8/24

Good news everyone!! The Connectivity Canon (book) is gong to be available in a matter of days….I’m soooooo excited to have completed this project. Here are three reasons why. Primary reason I wrote the book as to get clear on what my endeavors would focus on: Connectivity. Connectivity = creating and developing relationship in purpose…

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What Are Your Expert Signposts?

Once in a while I read something that really resonates with me. Since I read so many books, often the resonation originates in a printed book. One of those books for me this year is Brendon Burchard’s The Millionaire Messenger.  I first checked out the book at my local library, after a frolleague recommendation. Then,…

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