No I’m not that proud. And I don’t send emails from the shower either. These and other great tweets caught my attention this week.
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@nickbilton Love that Google has figured out how to map oceans, while Apple is still trying figure how to get you to the corner deli.
@DaveKerpen LinkedIn just gets better and better. "Endorsements" will be huge. I'm buying stock.
@milguy23The questions r not: "How do I do social media?" or "How do I do Twitter?" The question is: What does my customer need/want/desire?
Diamonds are forever. Also, the Internet and cockroaches.
@LeadingGuru Trying to have find creative idea while sitting at your desk is like trying to send e mails while you're having a shower!
@MarkOOakesOne of the best time management tools I know... Learning when to say "No".
@dharmesh A Committee is the most effective and reliable mechanism for making mediocre decisions ever invented.
@JimPethokoukis Trying to work up a righteous, populist rage over a guy giving 30% to charity .... wait for it ... nope, I got nothing
@wesbury It's the spending. It's the spending. It's the spending. It's the spending. It's the spending. It's the spending. It's the spending, stupid.
I know everyone's freaked out about the whole Europe situation this morning, but calm down - a soothing speech from Ahmedinejad coming up@UberFacts
If the entire population of China walked past you in single file, the line would take close to 100 years to pass you.
@VTwinFitnessOver 80% of all Pinterest users are women. Who makes most buying decisions in a household?
@LisaBarone Adults will spend $200m on their own Halloween costumes this yr. $100m on kid costumes. Proud of yourselves?
@HarveyMackayEveryone has training sessions these days. No one seems to have a clue as to whether the trainees have learned anything or not. @smoothsale Ask clients and prospects alike if money were no object which challenges would they like to overcome.
@michaelianblack Pretty much the only place I want to be is home and the only thing I want to be doing is nothing.
@ValaAfshar Customer feedback is a gift. Accept graciously, unwrap enthusiastically, and share with your team frequently.
@HykenPeople say first impression's important. I'd say equally important is last impression. The last impression's a lasting impression!
@Ruth_A_Buzzi There's no credible evidence anywhere in the universe that life was meant to be taken too seriously.