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Engaging Socially in 2015

I joined LinkedIn back in 2004. I joined Twitter (@changecontinuum) in 2008. The company website (www.changecontinuum.com) went live early 2010. I also started blogging on Blogger in 2010 but I hated what I wrote, deleted it all and restarted in January 2011. A couple of years later I shifted from Blogger to this WordPress site. Over time, I’ve looked at other Social Media tools & platforms, most of which weren’t for me. However, last year I started using Passle and Vine, both of which I find interesting and attractive to use. I was also enrolled onto LinkedIn’s Pulse but have yet to post anything there…

Just writing all of that down feels like a lot of disconnected connectedness.

Honestly, I’ve struggled at times with the myriad of spaces and places that I could write and engage in. In fact , I’d say I’ve failed to get it right so far. I want 2015 to be different.

So I’ve spent some good time getting a clearer focus on how, why and with whom I want to engage with socially in 2015. In fact, I refused to let myself write anything substantive until I’d got this sorted and had a framework I could usefully use. Nothing like a bit of pressure! So this is what it looks like for me:

Engaging Socially in 2015

I’ve that it’s been a really good process that has brought me a lot of clarity and even a sense of discipline. I particularly like the fact that the spaces and places I want to use haven’t changed – just how, when and for what purpose. You’ll also see that “face to face” features heavily for me – I wouldn’t have it any other way.

So I wanted to share my thinking and output openly, to share my journey and thinking but in case it may be of help to someone else.  As always, give me a shout if you want to chat about it.

About David Goddin

Passionate about People, Performance & Potential. Amongst many other things David Goddin is a consultant, coach, facilitator & mentor with extensive experience of transforming business performance and organisational effectiveness as a Senior Executive in large organisations. As the founder and Managing Director of Change Continuum, David now works with companies and business professionals who want to increase performance, accelerate change & unleash potential.

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