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Hi, I'm Tim. I am a lucky man currently residing in Holden, ME USA. I'm fortunate to have been married to my wife Michele for 18 years and we have 3 boys. This blog is my personal blog. Feel free to contact me below.

Michele, here are the photos from your trip.

Social Oomph

I was noting several high profile SEO people like @dannysullivan are using SocialOomph to manage their social media profiles. After having used @HootSuite for the past 14 days I am impressed and both products do have some complimentary features that may require me to use both, but SocialOomph is very powerful. As an example, I posted this blog post from SocialOomph for my blog right from their management tools. Very nice!

Here’s a second horizontal view of the logo too.

Here’s a second horizontal view of the logo too.

Here is the new branding for my company, PointClearly. The company focuses on Strategic Marketing Consultation using digital marketing analytics.
I would greatly appreciate feedback. Thanks!
Here’s a horizontal version as well: 

Here is the new branding for my company, PointClearly. The company focuses on Strategic Marketing Consultation using digital marketing analytics.

I would greatly appreciate feedback. Thanks!

Here’s a horizontal version as well: 

Things you should do every day

  • Arrive on time
  • Take a deep breath
  • Take 5 minutes to settle in
  • Start each day with a clean slate
  • Don’t be moody
  • Organize your day
  • Be Present
  • Check in with your colleagues
  • Ensure your workspace is organized
  • Don’t be distracted by your inbox
  • Listen to your voicemail
  • Take advantage of your cleared head
  • Plan a mid-morning break

Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelynsmith/2012/08/24/14-things-you-should-do-at-the-start-of-every-work-day/2/

15 things a strong leader does every day

  1. Make Others Feel Safe to Speak-Up
  2. Make Decisions
  3. Communicate Expectations
  4. Challenge People to Think
  5. Be Accountable to Others
  6. Lead by Example
  7. Measure & Reward Performance
  8. Provide Continuous Feedback
  9. Properly Allocate and Deploy Talent
  10. Ask Questions, Seek Counsel
  11. Problem Solve; Avoid Procrastination
  12. Positive Energy & Attitude
  13. Be a Great Teacher
  14. Invest in Relationships
  15. Genuinely Enjoy Responsibilities

Forbes Magazine: http://www.forbes.com/sites/glennllopis/2013/02/18/the-most-successful-leaders-do-15-things-automatically-every-day/

nasdaq:

Happy Monday! Our inspiration this morning comes from one of the original innovators: Thomas Edison. 

nasdaq:

Happy Monday! Our inspiration this morning comes from one of the original innovators: Thomas Edison. 

It doesn’t matter how you get knocked down in life, you gotta get up (and don’t hold grudges)

_ Ben Affleck receiving his Academy Award For Best Picture

This post hits home, especially #3, "Don't wait for Permission Or To Be Told"

Too many times in my career, I waited for permission. As my former mentor John Bishop used to say, “Keep the train moving forward on the tracks. Those that aren’t onboard will be left behind.” #leadership