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Kate Kendall
Works at CloudPeeps
Attended RMIT University
Lives in New York, New York
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"I’d love to share something with you: I had a personal brand and I hated it. Personal brands are incredibly limiting. They put you in a box that has defined values and then you continue to attract people and things to that box. This noise drowns out your deeper wants and needs. Personal brands grow exponentially and then you end up as a person known for being known, not for what you contribute."
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'Keep them guessing' - you see this in a lot of successful people, which rather than a refusal to be pigeonholed, they ensure they are seen as complex, talented, and thoughtful people. A quiet aspiration if you will... :) Thanks for sharing +Kate Kendall -you're an inspiration! 
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Hey guys! I'm going to be sharing my thoughts on Community Management On The Road at the panel for #CMAD  on Jan 27. Tuned in online below (great time for the ANZ-based peeps)!
 
Community management isn’t just a desk job. Sometimes you are traveling to conferences, working events, or just always on the go. In this session we’ll be giving you tips and tricks to manage your community on the road, in the air or in the middle of the action.

For more information, please check out:
http://communitymanagerappreciationday.com/schedule/community-management-road/
This Hangout On Air is hosted by My Community Manager. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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#CMAD presents: Community Management on The Road
Mon, January 27, 1:00 AM
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This is amazing!
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"When women do it, it’s community management.When men do it, it’s technical evangelism. When women do it, it’s marketing. When men do it, it’s growth hacking." 
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I'd definitely recommend reading up before piping in (if the subject comes up the future) as this helps the conversation develop into a deeper one where we can move forward more, and less explaining about 101 stuff etc. :) I'm personally outcome-driven – I like to see change and don't put my own views in any one box that prevents all parties from helping to achieve change. 
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New post by Sarah Judd Welch: "These examples show that community really can have a significant (and positive) impact on your bottom line, whether it’s through retention, increased engagement, referrals, or a revenue stream built around fulfilling the needs of an existing community."
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nice pic
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"Self-doubt will greet you every time you fall out of your comfort zone and whenever you strive to do something great." 
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Awesome post Kate. It's so true that self-doubt greets us at every step outside of our comfort zone. I think just knowing that and expecting it makes it a bit easier for me. I can say to myself "You're just feeling uncomfortable" :-)
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Is there anything better than the cello? They're everywhere in New York. :)
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i like the song it is very good
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"When we feel useful and as though we’re contributing, we feel happier. Learning stuff, sharing that knowledge, and applying it to anything makes you feel better about yourself because you feel more useful. As your knowledge and experience grows, so does the likelihood of others acknowledging this usefulness, which in turn creates more motivation and more of a sense of usefulness."
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Superb sharing...
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Have them in circles
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Education
  • RMIT University
    Master of Business (Marketing)
  • The University of Melbourne
    Bachelor of Science
Work
Occupation
Founder of The Fetch. Co-founder and CEO of CloudPeeps.
Employment
  • CloudPeeps
    Co-founder and CEO, 2014 - present
  • The Fetch
    Founder, 2011 - present
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Currently
New York, New York
Previously
San Francisco, CA - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia