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Narrative: The Hard Work of Authenticity and Trust #smchat #contentseries WED Feb 13 1pEST

February 12, 2019 by

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Most of us can remember a time when the news was curated by seasoned professionals. Career journalists and their editors built and defended a solid perimeter (if not a wall) to protect the truth. It was a barrier difficult to get past without confirmed sources. In the transformed, super-hyped world of digital media, PR and […]

Finding a Voice: An Early Step in your Digital Content Journey

September 27, 2016 by

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Conversation requires a voice.  Have you thought about how you come across in the digital marketplace of ideas? At our #contentseries launch last month, we said creating digital content in the web-infused 21st century can be daunting, though connecting and publishing are easier than ever. The send button literally cries out to be used. But what […]

Healthy Choices: Can Social Media fuel your Wellness Agenda?

March 22, 2016 by

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Last month at #smchat #socialchange [link] we delved into emerging space of #ehealth. It was about how online-based medical services might find their way into your healthcare. Does your wellness agenda stand a better chance? On the surface, it’s an obvious “yes”. Wellness is far more a discussion of ideas and tips and metrics and […]

Let Them Know Someone is Listening: Unpacking the Psychology of Hope [WED 9/25 1pET]

September 24, 2013 by

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Nobody wants to be ignored. Yet I see it as a common and grim reality in the social change space. It impacts both those seeking help and those who seek to lend a hand. What are common behaviors? We unplug. We turn a deaf ear. We mumble “I gave at the office” .. and we […]