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Jeff Roach
Works at Sociallogical
Lives in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
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  • Sociallogical
    Strategic Connector, 2011 - present
  • propel ICT
    Executive Director, 2005 - 2010
  • FCS
    Strategy, 2002 - 2005
  • Citahealth Health Management Group
    Founder, 1996 - 2000
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Sociallogical
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Strategic Connector and CEO of Sociallogical.com
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Hire me right now -> https://clarity.fm/jeffroach

Culture change excites me, within communities and businesses. From my time as the founder of six startups - successful and unsuccessful - in 4 Canadian cities and in a role for several years that made me privy to the business models and operations of countless technology companies, I have an inventory of options and possibilities to consider that I have learned is uncommon. 

I marry change leadership with social communication strategies to help people understand social business and apply it to growing their businesses and careers. Sociallogical was started in early 2011 to help client companies bake a social posture, as well as methods and tools, into their business operations. I also help them to change their models to take advantage of the significant shifts in our business and consumer cultures and our methods of reaching an audience.

I am the husband to an über-creative entrepreneur who also makes a living helping people online and off. And I'm the dad to two very bright and social kids.

I’m a proud New Brunswicker who loves my home city of Saint John, which I consider to be a startup; incredible potential, constant iteration, collaboration, and growth.

I love to start and grow things. And I love to connect people.

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I built a private community that helps people get really good at using social media to grow their businesses and careers for only $12
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Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Previously
Truro, Nova Scotia - Halifax, Nova Scotia - Fredericton, New Brunswick - Toronto, Ontario - Calgary, Alberta - Vancouver, British Columbia - Saint John, New Brunswick
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1 (506) 977-0900
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24 Alexandra Street, Saint John, NB E2K 1B1

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Super interesting.

#design   #kuwait   #beautiful  
 
Complex geometry. (5 mins)
Patterns and possibilities...

#TEDed   #escher  
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Fascinating.  Thanks for the share.  
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A positive perspective on our city! And it's not even CBC.
 
#Montreal  residents are going to get a unique look at our  #peoplecity today. Thanks +James Mullinger

#ns
James Mullinger appeared to have it all — but on the other side of the pond.
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Another great one for my car-nut friends.
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Porsche...timeless design.
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A little post on focus when sharing. #AShareThing  
 
New Sociallogical blog "an intentional practice that is more likely to result in a closer connection"
 
#AShareThing #social #business
Whenever you share anything on social media, always try to have at least one person in mind who you think would appreciate it. When you have someone in mind you’ll know right away where is the best place to reach them, which hashtags they might enjoy, communities, groups etc. With someone in mind you’ll evenContinue Reading
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Canada plays democracy like a board game every 4 years. In between elections what do we have? http://fairvote.ca #cdnpoli #ns
Fair Vote Canada (FVC) is a grassroots multi-partisan citizens’ campaign for voting system reform. We promote the introduction of an element of proportional representation into elections for all levels of government and throughout civil society.
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One thing at a time , distractions is what has gotten us in this mess >>> Once a nation parts with control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes the nation’s laws. -Mackenzie King
An artist in Baltimore began writing down the names of people killed by police since 2013. Nobody expected the list to stretch nearly a mile.
>> http://theantimedia.org/chalk-names-of-police-murder-victi…/
>> Bill C-51, The Anti-Terrorism Act, forms the core of the most comprehensive reforms to the Canada ’s national security laws since 2001. Widely expanded powers and new criminal offences raise serious human rights concerns including:
A vague definition of “threats” that could include a wide range of protest activity that may not be lawful, but is certainly not criminal.
Asking Federal Court judges to authorize CSIS “threat reduction” activities that could include human rights violations in Canada and in other countries.
Suppressing freedom of expression by making it a crime to advocate or promote the commission of terrorism offences “in general”.
Lowering the threshold for, and extending the duration of, preventative detention without charge.
Expanded information-sharing without sufficient safeguards to prevent the sharing of unreliable, inaccurate, or inflammatory information domestically and internationally.
Inadequate appeal procedures for individuals who find their names on no-fly lists.
No increased review or oversight of increasingly complex national security activities.
Governments have not only the right, but the responsibility to respond to concerns about threats and attacks – including terrorism – and protect their citizens. But not at any cost.
Recent history is all too full of examples on every continent of what can happen when security laws and practices disregard human rights: torture and ill-treatment, indefinite detention, unfair trials, unlawful killings, irresponsible arms transfers, civilian casualties, profiling and other forms of discrimination, and crackdowns on protest and dissent.
Canada’s own complicity in a number of cases including Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad Abou-Elmaati, Muayyed Nureddin, Omar Khadr, Abousfian Abdelrazik, and Benamar Benatta remains unresolved.
Laws intended to protect us from threats should not put our human rights at risk. Join Amnesty’s call to withdraw Bill C-51. National security reforms must meet Canada’s human rights obligations.
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1. Share this action on your Social Media Channels
2. Collect signatures on a paper version of Amnesty’s petition to Stop Bill C51.
< http://e-activist.com/ea-action/action… >
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Will manufacturing ever become so efficient and accessible that an NB SMB could revive Bricklin?
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OTTAWA - Shortly after Chris Lloyd, the Conservative Party candidate running against Liberal leader Justin Trudeau in the Quebec riding of Papineau, t...
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I love cool technology for the home that is useful every day.
This smart door lock, discovered by The Grommet, detects when you approach the door for keyless entry, and provides time-specific access to anyone you choose.
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I have been with @Bell_Aliant #FibreOp  since the beginning and I have to reboot my wireless router at least once a day and have had our equipment replaced at least 5 times.

Stop turning up the speeds and just make our connections more reliable in our homes.  #thisisbroken  
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Not really. I replaced mine immediately so I haven't had to deal with the router supplied by Aliant. did you try the new one they've recently released? 
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Great interview. Lots of wisdom here.

#thethinkcity  
 
Great interview today with Canadian tech leader, entrepreneur, mentor Gerry Pond. +Canadian Business 
 
"we’re not growing a nation of salespeople"
 
#AShareThing #business #Canada #startupeast
 

#ns
“Sales is a skill—a professional skill—and we’re not growing a nation of salespeople”
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A little post on focus when sharing. #AShareThing
 
New Sociallogical blog "an intentional practice that is more likely to result in a closer connection"
 
#AShareThing #social #business
Whenever you share anything on social media, always try to have at least one person in mind who you think would appreciate it. When you have someone in mind you’ll know right away where is the best place to reach them, which hashtags they might enjoy, communities, groups etc. With someone in mind you’ll evenContinue Reading
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A unique experience. Products I've never seen anywhere else, a studio space that you never want to leave and exceptional, memorable service. An Atlantic Canada gem!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Really amazing Thai food - New Brunswick's best. There is nothing mediocre here. If you love Thai food you won't be disappointed. When I walk out the door after a great meal here I would prefer to be in the city (uptown), but reviewing the restaurant alone, it's really one of the best in town.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A very competent and helpful support resource for IT needs, especially open source technologies. Pesold allows businesses in Saint John to run superior products such as Linux with the support that is sometimes needed with any IT environment.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A couple of times a year, my wife and I get a hankering for an evening of frustration and bad service and head to Empire Theatres. Then we return to downloading everything we are interested in until we again forget how poorly run this business is. #thisisbroken
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We never thought of this place for breakfast before. Glad we did! Fantastic. Benny, waffles and +java moose coffee.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Unique, wonderful experience every time! #livelifeuptown
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good food. The ordering process is a pain. Too much choice. I might as well make lunch myself. But the food is good for sure.
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