Personal Orientation: Path to “True North”

Who do you talk to more than anyone else in the world? Yourself. You question yourself. You talk to yourself. You answer yourself. During the in the course of the day, you talk to yourself next number of times. In the Icarus Deception, Seth Godin talks about the fact that we are our own worst managers. In fact, he says that if we had to work for the manager in our head, we would quit. In the Middle Ages, Jerusalem or “the East” was the center of the world. one would orient themselves by in reference to Jerusalem (the center of the world), or the Orient. From architecture to burial (see below) orient, v. To place or arrange (a thing or a person) so as to face the east; spec.  (a) to build (a church) with the longer axis running due east and west, and the chancel or chief altar at the eastern end;  (b) to bury (a…

Twitter Follow Friday (without duplication)

If you are new to Twitter, you may scratch your head with all of the #followfriday tweets. This is an organic tradition where you list the people that you enjoy following and want to share with others. You can track everyone’s suggestions, by using this Twitter search. In addition, you can make the search more sophisticated with advanced search. For example, in this search, I am looking for all suggestions in Knoxville. More importantly, whenever I want to make #followfriday suggestions, I often forget if I have suggested someone before. SO, I run this simple search before tapping out my tweet: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=+%22%23followfriday%22+from%3A<TWITTERID> You can use this search by simply replacing <TWITTERID> in the above URL with your own twitter id. Some Twitter traditions (and yes I avoided twitteritions) are dull, but I enjoy this one as a compliment to the people that you follow. Also, you can use the suggestions…

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