I do it for a living.
I believe each individual is capable of the amazing. I also believe each individual has the potential to be the catalyst by which others unlock their full potential.
Below is a break down of my social web ecosystem: The social networks I use daily to organize & archive my experiences.
I don’t view google+ as a social network, I view it as my unique identifier the web over. The central hub I use to openly organize my thoughts and digital activity as it relates to both life & business.
My Timeline on the other hand is a window into my personal life. Which is why it’s the only place I can be found on the web with a different profile picture.
Linkedin is pretty much my living resume, an archive of my professional experience. It’s also where I map and maintain my professional graph as well as stay on top of industry trends.
I rarely use twitter to actively communicate. In my case tweets replicate the functionality of the status update, both on google+ and on Facebook. I do however use it to publicly archive my process. I also use it to share content I find interesting during research. More importantly I use it to listen, actively consuming content from a carefully curated list of twitter accounts I follow using Flipboard.
Since then I’ve renewed my love for photography and find instagram perfect for capturing random observations & practicing photo composition.Your best camera is the one you have with you.
For me Foursquare is less about the broadcasting of my location, instead I view it as an archive of the places I’ve been. Again, framed in the context of passively documenting my experiences for future reference.
— In life and in business the journey is the destination.
Dan has since launched a training and consulting business called The Late Majority that specializes in a huge but much neglected market – late adopters to technology. He has also plunged right into membership at . We first met Dan when he attended Jump! Day and we’re proud to call him a Jump! success story (although he came to class with the idea pretty much formed in his head) Give this podcast a listen and you’ll hear the voice of a motivated entrepreneur who learned a lot on the job and is now taking that expertise to market.
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