What Else Has My Attention and #WISL

In the beginning of the pandemic, I was asked by a healthcare system to write a piece helping healthcare workers and their loved ones with the trauma of Covid 19. In the past two years I have had the privilege of working in health systems with passi…

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Should I focus on my blog or social media channels? Do I need to prioritize my SEO efforts or my email marketing content? What's most important? What should I tackle first? Does any of this sound familiar? It's ok, we've all been there! There are…

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by Shannon Giordano from Serendipity Social Media, Inc. Ever wonder why the tapes that play in your head, play in YOUR head? I fall prey all the time to thinking something and then feeling like everyone must feel that way before realizing, nope, ju…

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I have a morning routine. I don’t always keep to every step, but I try. Here’s how it goes. Wake up on my own (see where that can go awry?). Start the coffee. Drink the coffee. Read for an hour. Jump on the Peloton for 20 minutes (this i…

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By Shannon Giordano, Serendipity Social Media.   Networking sometimes gets a bad rap. I was talking to a friend recently who adamantly stated “I hate networking!” Funny enough, the next thing I knew (as if Alexa was listening and …

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The compulsion to be happy at work “is always a demand for emotional work from the worker,” writes Sarah Jaffe. “Work, after all, has no feelings. Capitalism cannot love. This new work ethic, in which work is expected to give us …

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How to embrace what’s right and corrective, redemptive and restorative — and an insistence that each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve done — these are gifts Bryan Stevenson offers with his life. He’s brought t…

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"I’ve spent the past few months on an octopus kick. In that, I don’t seem to be alone. Octopuses (it’s incorrect to say “octopi,” to my despair) are having a moment: There are award-winning books, documentaries and ev…

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Priya Parker has become the voice of what it means to gather in this world we inhabit now. She is helping remake the “how” of coming together — and more importantly, the “why.” Long before the pandemic, she points out…

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