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#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.

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  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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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

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Comment by Vincent Wright on August 26, 2013 at 11:30pm

If you'd like to network on Linkedin, feel free to connect with me on my Linkedin profile below:

+Thanks, and Keep STRONG!!

+1-860-967-0931 | Skype|Gtalk = MyLinkedinPowerForum
Comment by Vincent Wright on January 24, 2013 at 8:06am

@Marc,

As usual, "Linkedin kills more babies" is nicely written... thanks for sharing...

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 24, 2013 at 8:04am

@Mark,

I'll try to find the precise article for you but, a quick search of My Linkedin Power Forum shows intimations of conversations about the "1,500 year old man" at this link: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/MyLinkedinPowerForum/msearch?que...

Comment by Mark A Larsen, JD, MBA on January 23, 2013 at 2:54pm

Vincent,

No, I did not see your posts. The ones that I have seen would probably fool 90% of users. Because of my work in due diligence and legal investigations, I notice little things like dates of education and employment; position change from dish washer to CEO of IBM. and many others. In one case, they used a photo from the web of a person that I knew. It looked very real but for the fact it was a different name.

There are minor changes that could be made to validate profiles and allow members to be confident that profiles are real. In some ways, this could be the business version of "catfishing".

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 23, 2013 at 2:09pm

Mark,

Have you even seen the posts on MyLinkedinPowerForum.com regarding the 1,500 year old man and the 1 year old baby profiles on Linkedin?

We wrote about those types of anomalous profiles and several others circa 2007 so, it's been going on quite awhile on Linkedin.

Comment by Mark A Larsen, JD, MBA on January 23, 2013 at 2:04pm

I have found that LinkedIn seemed focused on recruiters and not networking. I would be willing to pay for LinkedIn's premium service if it provided me any value. It provides me with the ability to contact people I don't know. Why would I want to do that? LinkedIn need to focus more on the needs of their broader membership and reduce the focus on recruiters or other spammers. I would be more impressed by verified profiles. I have had spam invitations which are clearly spam and LinkedIn appears to have no desire stop it.

A simple "date joined" would identify new spammers who gather 500 plus contacts in less than 2 days with an empty profile.

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 23, 2013 at 1:37pm

Yes, Themelis.  I agree. (I wish we could have voted on whether or not to keep Linkedin Answers.)

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 23, 2013 at 1:34pm

Thanks for the Answers link, Themelis. I'd forgotten many of the questions I'd asked there!

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 23, 2013 at 1:27pm

Marc,

I wholeheartedly agree with you. (Don't have a heart attack! :-))

And I really like this point you make: "If a subscription included premium features on Events and Answers, they would have had more subs and revenues."

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 23, 2013 at 11:00am

Great to hear, Joe!

 
 
 

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