This past month has been one of the busiest months I’ve experienced in years. A little overwhelming and draining but in a good way. It all started from me paying it forward on twitter or (sharing my knowledge and expertise about business, technology, entrepreneurship, etc. with the fellow twitter professional community.) It was as if twitter had finally enabled me to get my voice/ message heard around the country (even the world) that I had been preaching for the last seven years- “to help small businesses bridge the gap between business and technology.”
This online twitter community is as passionate about business as I am which makes me feel right at home in a virtual networking environment. Instead of going to the local chamber, twitter is on demand and real-time. I would suggest we still need both in today’s society.
It seems as if all my ten years of business experience and technical skills have been developed to test me for this moment. Those close to me say I’m relentless which may be so, but I couldn’t be more passionate about helping businesses make sense of the power of the internet, technology, and how to properly apply these tools for best business practices. Also who could forget the help of the Social Networking San Diego team and my close twitter followers.
By sharing my knowledge and expertise with the small business community locally in Southern California and globally on Linked-In and Twitter, things seemed to have come back to me ten fold; even to the point where I have had over 400 emails to catch up on, 50 linked-In invitations, and hundreds of twitter messages! We have even managed to gain the eye of some larger corporations which excites me even more because they need help too just as small businesses.
Businesses large and small struggle to develop a proper internet marketing strategy because of the many puzzle pieces and complexities that exist with the world wide web. That is where our team of professional internet consultants assist with a so-called
“corporate restructuring” to help implement the proper solution based on specific needs, industry, budgets, and department structure.
My question for my audience this evening is when you fall behind (in a good way) does your brain feel cluttered and if so could you offer some advice on how you re-focus and catch up? That’s how I have felt after this last month and now I’m trying to get back on track. As professionals, we must sometimes fall behind and no matter how much project management, time management experience, or standard operating procedures we have in place, those feelings of being overwhelmed always come up. It has been for good reason though because we were able to accomplish a lot though TEAM (together everyone achieves more) work and long hours at Social Networking San Diego.
Please give your thoughts/ advice it would be much appreciated. Also, the next posting will be on the “Top 5 accomplishments businesses can achieve through twitter, social networking, and internet marketing”
- justinrfrench Chief Internet Marketing Strategist of Social Networking San Diego
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