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Yearnalese

#Yearnalese is an exercise in tweeting/blogging/posting/journaling about things we yearn for, things we WANT! Curated by 

I.e., it's an exercise in positive posting, positive blogging, positive communications about the things for which we deeply, truly yearn.

#Yearnalese TAGS+

  1. #wants
  2. #desires
  3. #objectives
  4. #dreams
  5. #goals
  6. #missions
  7. #ventures
  8. #venture
  9. #visions
  10. #hopes
  11. #yearnings
  12. #yearning
  13. #attractionese
  14. #aspiring
  15. #aspiration
  16. #aspirant

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Website: http://Yearnalese.Brandergy.com
Location: West Hartford, CT, USA
Members: 259
Latest Activity: Nov 20, 2018

Yearnalese

Not just scraping to pay bills and muddling through but, passionately focused on "yearning for life" and its abundant great things... #Yearnalism

Discussion Forum

"What you resist persists"

Started by Vincent Wright Feb 10, 2018. 0 Replies

SERIOUS TIMES REQUIRE SERIOUS NETWORKS...

Started by Vincent Wright. Last reply by Vincent Wright Feb 3, 2017. 5 Replies

Linkedin In The News

LinkedIn is training food truck workers, teachers and athletes to fill the tech talent gap - CNBC

LinkedIn is training food truck workers, teachers and athletes to fill the tech talent gap  CNBC

Since 2017, LinkedIn has launched three apprenticeship programs designed to bring non-traditional workers into its engineering, sales and recruiting ranks.

LinkedIn Prevented Millions of Fake Accounts from Being Created in 2019 - Digital Information World

LinkedIn Prevented Millions of Fake Accounts from Being Created in 2019  Digital Information World

LinkedIn is working to keep its platform a safe place for professionals by proactively finding fake profiles then removing them and any *content* they share.

Social Shorts: YouTube’s top Bumper Ads, Twitter’s aqui-hire, LinkedIn’s transparency report - Marketing Land

Social Shorts: YouTube’s top Bumper Ads, Twitter’s aqui-hire, LinkedIn’s transparency report  Marketing Land

This collection of social media marketing and new hire announcements is a compilation of the past week's briefs from our daily Marketing Land newsletter.

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Comment by Vincent Wright on March 14, 2017 at 12:46pm

Linkedin Lesson #1 = RELAX ... Linkedin is not hard and is not intended to be hard ...  (If you're new to Linkedin, write a brief list of what you want your profile to help you do.  Then relax before you do anything with your profile...)

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 6, 2017 at 1:31pm

Do you know how to share your Linkedin updates with the Public, with just your Linkedin connections, and/or with the Public AND Twitter?

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 4, 2017 at 4:11pm

I wonder if Linkedin engineers know what a mess of a thing they've stuck us with with their inescapable inbox group messaging feature?

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 30, 2017 at 2:39pm

Dear Linkedin:

Can you PLEASE set up virtual Linkedin employment offices for America's 100 hardest hit communities? @LinkedIn4Good @jeffweiner @reidhoffman

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 10, 2017 at 11:20am

You don't have to be a Linkedin addict to update your Linkedin profile. By NOT updating your profile, who may have to choose to bypass you?

Comment by John Chang on June 18, 2016 at 3:17pm

Yes! I think in fact Keller quotes that scene!

Comment by Vincent Wright on June 18, 2016 at 3:01pm

John:

"The One Thing" by Gary Keller reminds me of this conversation here on Brandergy:http://brandergy.com/profiles/blogs/the-secret-to-a-successful-bran...

Comment by John Chang on June 18, 2016 at 1:49pm

Absolutely! Getting clear on what is most important is "essential."

Just finished listening to Essentialism by Greg McKeown - HIGHLY recommend it for anyone struggling to put the lessons of The One Thing by Gary Keller into practice and to finally get those extraordinary results you're supposed to get!

Comment by Vincent Wright on June 18, 2016 at 1:25pm

Accepting *all* ‪#‎Linkedin‬ invitations is NOT a sign of strength. It's a sign of vulnerability. Needless, useless vulnerability.

Comment by Vincent Wright on June 13, 2016 at 10:03am

Microsoft to Acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion http://www.wsj.com/articles/microsoft-to-acquire-linkedin-in-deal-v...

 
 
 

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