Monthly Archives: November 2009

Blogging ‘n Me: What I’m Learning About Myself

I’m over halfway through my experiment to see if I can post to my blog every day for seven days in a row, and I’ve learned several things about myself. Note: These are really high-level realizations. I need more internal … Continue reading

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What do snakes in the garage have to do with training?

Got your attention, didn’t I? I know, I know, strange question. My parents winter in Florida, and apparently they have a snake living in their bushes…the bushes by the driveway and front walkway. Furthermore, this snake likes to cool down … Continue reading

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Lessons from Photography: 9 Tips for Training

As I was wandering through my Twitter stream, I came across a link that said, “Lesson from the Scene: Thinking in Images – Nine Tips for Communicating Visually“. It’s a link to an article by Stanley Leary (and here’s his … Continue reading

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Social Media, Me, and the Way I Interact

So, I’ve been pretty immersed in Social Media, mainly Twitter, since this summer. At first I didn’t get it…no, not at all. It was too much – too much information, too many people, too much time. But after I learned … Continue reading

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