I've been doing research on social networking in terms of its value to people in business, and after over a month of digging into it, can say that it may be very valuable to you. I'll be addressing this in my next Communication Expressway ezine, and also in Webgrammar's Food for Thought. Times are changing rapidly, and we owe it to ourselves as business people to stay tuned to what is happening, even if we don't always join in. We have access to some of the brightest minds in the world, and stretching ourselves is so good for us. Don't get in a rut. I'm in the beginning stages, but have tried enough things to know that, when used properly, social networking will help me serve my clients better. It could be true for you as well. Investigate Technorati, Digg, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn at the very least!
Archives for September 2008
Arizona Center for Disability Law cordially invites you to join us at our reception at the law firm of GreenbergTraurig on Thursday, October 2, 2008 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 p.m. at 2375 E Camelback Road, Suite 700, Phoenix. Join us in honoring the following people, who have been instrumental in opening the door to equality: Jan Brewer, Arizona Secretary of State, Phil Pangrazio, Executive Director, Arizona Bridge to Independent Living, and Kevin Ruegg, Ph.D., Executive Director, Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks Tickets are $35 per person
I'd like to introduce my youngest great-grandchild, Christina Vorfeld, daughter of Jeff and Jody Vorfeld and sister of Cameron and Kirstin Kurosu.
Three cheers! My daughter, Shannon, caught a photo of her son when he was sitting quietly, and I wanted to share it with you. Jody's almost 18, and an amazing young man. Simply the best! And Shannon has a new horse: Lunada. She joined the family today. She's small, unflappable, and a gaited horse. Just what my daughter needs after being thrown earlier this year by a horse that spooked easily. Shan even sent me a YouTube video of Lunada so I could see her go through her routine. Indeed, at one point she did look as if she were floating.