The Game of Like!

As a Social Media Strategist at  JW Social Media, I have been blessed with the opportunity of meeting great people online that share the same passion as I do. Let me first introduce them to you.  They are Keri from Idea Girl Media and Dorien from More In Media.  These two fascinating ladies have introduced me to many people in the field of, what else, Social Media.  I guess you can say we flock together as we are “Birds Of a Feather”.  😉

In any event, they spear-headed this Game on Facebook, you should check it out if you have a Facebook Page and would be interested in learning how to increase your fan base and also learn some Facebook tips and hints.  So far, it has been a worthwhile experience for me.  And the fun part is, there’s still 5 days left.  So HURRY and join us!

Take this test and see if you should play the Game of Like with us.

  • Do you have a Facebook Page?
  • Do you want to grow your fan base?
  • Do you want some Facebook Page Tips and Hints?
  • Do you want to make friends  while playing the Game of Like?
If you answered “YES” to any of the above, you need to stop reading this and visit us right HERE!   Wait…..you have to leave me a comment first then you may  –>
 GO HERE!  🙂
Game of LIKE

A Reminder that Life is Short

I wanted to write this blog to pay respect to one of life’s greatest inventor and also for a selfish reason of hoping that it will make me feel better.  After all, I have written in the past where blogging is good therapy.

Last night after hearing of Steve Jobs’ death, I went to bed feeling melancholy.  Waking up this morning, despite the beautiful, crisp, autumn morning we’re having here in the Midwest, I’m still feeling sad.  I didn’t know Steve Jobs personally of course, but he has touched my life.  Gosh, every where I look around me, I have all his creations.  It’s a reminder to many that he was an inventor of great things.  He had an idea, he was committed, he created and he left us a legacy.

Life truly is short.  Cherish it.  Spend time with your loved ones.  Don’t put off important things.  For tomorrow may be too late.

I love this quote that Steve Jobs said in 2005 to Stanford graduates –

“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.”

RIP Steve Jobs, you will be missed by many.

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