Your Top 7 For The Week Of January 18, 2016…This Time It’s Personal.


OK my peeps. One of the things that you command notice about this week’s Top 7 is that it is in some degree much not in keeping with the usage I was thinking about it in conclusion week.  This is mainly due to the simple fact that a fortune of what I saw this week, at the same time that opposed to last week, was comely good. And encouraging.

So here’s the deal. Keep literary production good stuff. And I’ll hold fast re-posting a good bit of it.

The other movables you will notice about this week’s pile is that they are all, in their have ways, about the journey we are without interrupti~ here…in life, and to more extent, in business.

When push comes to shove, I can read pure business focused  posts and one and the other nod or shake my head, opinion either good stuff or bullshit.

But whereas I read most personal posts, my rebound is visceral, emotional, not analytical. And that’s the sort of turns me on personally. That’s the crowd I want to interact with, broadcast and participate in. That’s the stuff that the multitude need to be exposed to, whether for no other reason than that it could represent a difference of some sort to them.  And give them some emotional ammo to continue up the fight every day.

 You have power to find stuff to analyze here on LinkedIn just about anywhere.

What I’m looking with a view to this list to be is the press that touches a nerve, or a affecting or gives you an idea you can relate to that is about your milk of human kindness. And there are a lot of writers who answer the purpose that.

Some people would argue that a pursuit networking site is not the not crooked place for something like this. But I would try conclusions back that keeping in touch with the human side of people is a necessity. Because that’s in what plight true relationships are formed. You comprehend,  not the master-slave charitable, but the collaborative partner kind.

Anyway, in this place you go. Hope you get matter out of all this. I fully convinced did. And if you do, I trustful longing you will share it with your peeps, and veritably get it out there. ‘Cause like the sign up reach the summit of says…this is The Good Stuff.

Far Away From LinkedIn, Closer To Myself Stephan XTrano

My Comment: When I explain one of your posts way back then I thought you were a fragment of an arrogant tool. But you were interesting. So I followed you, without commenting. Having comprehend this profoundly personal piece I understand that you have (perhaps always) been hyper-sensible of what the majority of men here on this site are up in contact with. I applaud you for speaking the conformity to fact and by example, showing people that in that place is a world that is not framed ~ dint of. a computer screen. This piece be disposed hopefully serve as an inspiration to numerous to get back in touch by reality.

The Real Reasons Thought Leadership Is Vital For Business (They Are Not What You Think) by Cheryl Snapp Conner.

My Comment: Cheryl…Thanks as being this article and the inclusion. I deliberate it’s important for people to have knowledge of that, despite all the nonsense that goes forward on LinkedIn, there are people who are purport on creating a level playing range where ideas can be exchanged and of established credit) ideas can grow. I think the Unfluencers is actually the blueprint for that kind of exercise. And I think you are a real astute journalist for spotting it. There are in addition groups springing up all the time. It’s like a metropolis with a whole lot of slight boutique stores that people find interesting and worth patronizing. Slowly the dominance of the Walmart public on the highway is diminished to more extent. And maybe a little equality of weight is restored. We can only chance of the desired end. Thanks for your efforts to gleam a light.

How The SUN Made Me Think ~ dint of. David J. D’Silva

My Comment: Interesting meditation, David. Before I was diagnosed and treated by reason of Tic Syndrome, a mild form or Tourettes, I was passionate all the time. Plus I was a author and had all that writer anger too. It was pretty heavy. But a great deal of like the fog that lifted from you in your novel, mine was also lifted, primarily from one side awareness and guidance, secondarily through pharmacology. Not exactly steady what brought you to the dot where you were a vessel with a view to anger, but again, totally relateable. Thanks despite this. It was quite the rove in the finite space of a Pulse carry to the ledger. what manner-sun-made-me-think-david-j-d-silva?trk=hp-provender-article-title-comment

Does Time Diminish Memory ~ means of Don Kerr

My Comment: Wow…Don…that is the same hell of a story. And I am so happy that you and Katie have come out the other side stronger on this account that the experience. No one should be obliged to go through this. But likewise many people do. It’s person of the great sadnesses of our time. My wife forfeited her mother to breast cancer and her progenitor to lung cancer, so I understand how terrible this disease can have ~ing. And for that reason I am genuinely opportune for you both and for your kids.

The First Rule Of Thought Leadership  through Anders Liu-Lindberg

My Comment: Good common Anders…I like it. You’re a substantive thought leader…(honest). I singly put thought leaders in my weekly Top Seven so you must exist . food to-article-title-like

What I Learned From Behind the Bullpen through Melissa Hughes

My Comment: Melissa…this is less corporate than most of the pieces you scratch. I like the insights and the simile. We can all learn a haphazard from the world of professional sports. Some of the world’s biggest entrepreneurial enterprises are sports franchises. “However, the aptitude to consider another position vastly dissimilar from our own is what without equivocation fosters intellectual enlightenment and growth…” In this race along you have summed up the nature of the cooperation required to complete a professional team function as a team. Your treat on what make companies work is, well, perfectly formidable to say the least.

Top Reasons Bloggers Quit – Avoid The Blogging Graveyard by John White

My Comment: Good deliberation, John. But I think that common truth remains unstated. There are a chance of people who may be clever to write well and have well-disposed things to say, as you question out. But they are not absolute writers, because their heart and person is not in it. So my intelligence, to add to your sterling design, is to search inside a grain and convince yourself that you one as well as the other can and will do whatever it takes to glue with it, improve your skills, and point of concentration on stuff that you really put confidence in will be interesting to your readers.

Three Writers Worth Following
Trish Goff
John White
Shelley Brown

Well, that’s hind part before it for this week. If you like the stories you versed in books here, please feel free to like, remark on and share this link. Because that’s every easy way to get the to cheerful stuff circulating. Have a great weekend. I’m going in a descending course to see my sister and be in possession of some birthday cake. When I discover you the gift my wife made ~ the sake of her, you will be blown off. (Next week)

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