What Michael Hyatt taught me about responsiveness

Michael Hyatt, among many other things, is a tremendously insightful blogger. He is one a a handful of bloggers that I read regularly. You can read his blog here. Sometime ago he posted some thoughts on "responsiveness" that have not only stuck with me, they are changing me. Hyatt has written about this subject multiple … Continue reading What Michael Hyatt taught me about responsiveness

Tweets, Facebook and change

Today has been interesting. I've been sick and can barely talk and yet I've dialogued throughout the day with Katie from Minnesota. Katie is a young lady who is pro-choice and articulate. We have gone back and forth all day questioning, clarifying, and pressing to make our respective points. How? Twitter! Twitter and Facebook are … Continue reading Tweets, Facebook and change