Let’s Get Honest – My Stuttering Video!

I’ve stuttered all my life, written about it a lot, but rarely spoke about it publicly. The current #LetsGetHonest campaign on LinkedIn helped me take the leap and share my message.

I’m proud of this video, proud of my life, and am happy that I have not let speaking issues hold me back.

Please share with your network if this resonated with you in any way.

 

Thanks and keep smiling!

Tim

 

 

Tip #4 Where You At?

This is the fourth video in the ongoing series of my best social networking and personal branding tips.

Having your social media links as many places as possible will increase the chances that people connect with you there. If people think that you are only on Twitter for example, actively promoting where else you are will make them aware that you are elsewhere.

It’s all about eyeballs right? Not necessarily quantity of eyeballs, but people being able to consumer your content wherever they want.

Tip #3 Use One High Quality Head Shot

This is the third video in the ongoing series of my best social networking and personal branding tips.

Creating one high quality headshot will make it much easier to find you across all social media channels.

So often, I have trouble finding people, and move on very quickly to the next thing on my To Do 🙂

 

 

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Tip #2 Creating Biographies and Social Media Profiles

This is the second video in the ongoing series of my best social networking and personal branding tips.

Creating well-crafted biographies and social media profiles helps with your overall online presence.

Take some time to really think these through. Remember, people are clicking on things all the time, and you have to catch their attention before the move on to the next round, shiny object 🙂

 

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Tip #1 Baby Steps Rather Than Giant Leaps

This is the first of an ongoing series of social networking and personal branding tips that I will be sharing via video.

Social networking takes work, but you need to have a plan and work at it at your pace.

My tip #1 is a video that may make you say “duh Tim, so obvious“, but how many people bite off more than they can chew, and quit when they may have a good thing going?

 

I would love your comments when you have a moment!

Have you been guilty of overextending yourself, or are you able to manage your social time appropriately?

 

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Struggling With Time? These 5 Tips Will Help!

We are all busy. There never seems to be enough time in the day.

 

Running with full-time jobs, extra curricular activities, responsibilities with kids, volunteer things… I could go on and on.

For those of us who are working towards other business opportunities while working full time, it can be a daunting task to find the time to make it all happen.

Check out this quick 90 second video with my 5 best tips for finding the time to get it all done 🙂

 

The Hard Selling Epidemic

This video is a follow up to my previous video, “95% Of People On LinkedIn Say Whatever To This”.

One of my followers made an interesting comment. They said that the one of the main reasons that people don’t reply to my “Thank You” email is……..

Sorry… you gotta watch the video 🙂

It’s short and sweet.

Let me know if you agree when you are done watching!

I mention this blog post in the video – “The Connect & Barf Method Rarely Works

The blog post related to this video is – “95% Of People On LinkedIn Say Whatever To This

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My Video 95% Of People On LinkedIn Say WHATEVER To This!

Social media is supposed to be social isn’t it? I’m finding more and more each day that it’s becoming just “media”.

Broadcasting.

Spreading your message with little or no interaction. LinkedIn should be an amazing place to correspond with people, and it certainly can be. But often I find people connect and disappear in to the “internet abyss”.

What’s the deal with that?

This video is a follow up to a blog post I did on June 22, 2016 titled, “95% Of People On LinkedIn Say WHATEVER To This” to this.

Click here if you missed it.

I had several people chime in with comments, and it inspired this short three-minute video.

  • Do you agree?
  • Disagree?
  • Kind of agree?
  • Have a different theory altogether regarding unresponsiveness?

Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below, or via social media!

 

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My First Video! I’m Pumped Up!

 

Finally!

 

My first video has been created!

I used every excuse in the book to put this off for the past several months.

I was so excited to get going I even forgot to hold the camera sideways 🙂

All good. I left it in!

Please share if you find this the least bit entertaining!

 

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I look forward to creating more videos going forward!

Thanks,

Tim

 

I was not the smartest, nor the most naturally gifted student in school. But I did pretty well overall. High school was better for me than university, but I will elaborate on that during a different post 🙂

The one thing that has always given me a competitive advantage over my peers is my dedication to hard work, and never give up attitude. Call it heart, call it ……. well grit like Angela Duckworth does in this awesome video.

Just ask the kids that played hockey against me when I was growing up. Rarely was it a fun experience for them. I would never back down and always played my heart out until the final whistle.