If you are struggling with your Social Media Club chapter after some early success, take heart: False starts are a recurring theme as I talk to clubs around the globe.
Social Media Club New Hampshire is one of the latest Phoenix-rising-from-the-ashes stories. The chapter was reinvigorated in November 2010 after a lull of about four months, recharging itself with an updated website and refocused meetings.
We are introducing our May Book of the Month, Curation Nation by Steven Rosenbaum.
You know the nuances of your personality better than others. You know that when you’re quiet and focused at work it doesn’t mean “Go away, I don’t like you!”. You know that when you exclaim with surprise “Huh! You look really nice today” to your wife it doesn’t mean you think that she normally looks terrible. But, what people hear or perceive is often different from real truth or intention.
The old adage “Perception is reality” is probably more important than it ever has been before. As we live our life online we constantly create new relationships, build new networks of friends, and put our innermost thoughts out there.