|December 4, 2013|
|How I Made Twitter Infinitely More Useful|
|By John Jantsch|
| Twitter is a great tool. I’ve been using it since March of 2006 and it’s certainly here to stay as a communications tool for the foreseeable future.
When Twitter hit the big time some years ago there was no manual for how to use it or even any best practices as we were all just experimenting with what was a new form of networking.
I remember reading a great line someone wrote about the genesis of Twitter – “Twitter founders threw a bat and a ball on a field and Twitter users invented baseball.” [...]
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|Let's look at your confidence|
| I have an important question for you today: How confident are you, when you speak or write about your business?
The reason this is so important, is that there is a direct connection between how confident you sound regarding your business and how confident people feel about your business.
Here’s why this matters so much… people tend not to do business with those they lack confidence in!
Confidence and competence
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