How to Deal With Social Media Trolls

Are you familiar with this term? We’re seeing evidence of them everywhere on social media, which is a shame. As a verb, troll can mean “to post inflammatory or irrelevant material on an electronic forum to provoke responses; as a noun, it can mean “a person who posts such material.” But no matter what the…

24 Hour Rule – Don’t Send That Message or Post That Comment

Written By: Sarah Elkins Your hours are 8 to 5. Your lunch time is between 11 & 1. I don't want to have this conversation again. She followed up with an email stating four arbitrary rules, similar to this one. My son's elementary school concert was at 2:00 so I thought I'd skip lunch, go…

Providing Feedback is a Value-Added Skill. Don’t Hate!

One thing I have noticed along my blogger journey is that it is much easier to find typos in the posts of other's than my own. For some reason, they jump off the page at me when I read other writer's stuff. However, when I write my own posts I write in MS Word first,…

Four Lessons About Blogging I Learned the Hard Way

When I started blogging, I dove in head first and never looked back. I've learned a lot along my blogging journey. Mostly, through continuing to write, reading a ton of posts from other writers, working with mentors, and applying what I am learning in my MBA program. However anytime in life when you dive in…

Before You Comment, Try Reading the Whole Story

Logical thinking tells us that everybody reads the actual article before posting a comment, right? Wrong! You would think so. However, every day I see people on social media who jump straight to the comment section and start sounding off, without even bothering to read the post. How can you tell they didn't read it?…