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

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  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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"What you resist persists"

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Comment by Henry Schneider on March 31, 2016 at 9:12pm

Thanks Joseph,

I was wondering how this was going to work.  Sounds similar to Zintro.  But I've received a number of Zintro requests that are irrelevant.  A short response time for the type of consulting I do is not always practical.  It does take some time and thought to craft a decent proposal.

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 31, 2016 at 7:55pm

Linkedin ProFinder looks pretty doggone GOOD, Henry Schneider!  @LinkedinByHand @Brandergy 

Comment by Henry Schneider on March 31, 2016 at 7:50pm

I am participating in a new LinkedIn feature, LinkedIn Pro Finder.  I think they are only piloting it here in Austin and in California at the moment.  Here is a link

Check it out and ask me to submit a proposal for your needs.

Comment by Henry Schneider on March 29, 2016 at 11:48am

There was a question at the beginning of March about finding the Contact Information on a connection's profile page.  I just encountered that again when searching for a name and then clicking his link.  The Contact Information tab was not there.  But when I clicked on the short profile URL, lo and behold the Contact Information tab appeared!  Very odd behavior.

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 27, 2016 at 12:55pm

Setting up a new cover photo for | "MicroPhoneEvents @, A Branding Community" 

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 17, 2016 at 8:22am

According to a report by Computing, cyber-criminals love using LinkedIn as a ‘front door’ for both phishing and whaling attacks.

Read more:

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 16, 2016 at 9:40pm

EVERYTHING in your Linkedin inbox is an OPPORTUNITY! (Why on Earth would you waste even ONE of those opportunities?) #Linkedin #Linkedinese

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 9, 2016 at 11:51pm

Substantially updating my Linkedin profile: @LinkedinByHand @Brandergy @JobSeekers @Coachese1

Comment by Vincent Wright on March 4, 2016 at 10:56am

Linkedin is okay with the Facebookification of Linkedin... (it benefits Linkedin AND, TOO it benefits highly-networked professionals who prefer being on Linkedin more than being on Facebook...) 

Comment by Henry Schneider on March 1, 2016 at 5:23pm

Visiting LinkedIn today I see that the Contact Information is accessible again.  But in a slightly different place on a profile.  I think that it used to be on a tab next to Relationship.  Now it appears above that and all the way to the right. A community of professionals focused on brand strategy for brand energy.

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