Ricky Steele Gives 3 Advantages of Twitter

Ricky Steele, Chief Development Officer for Hunter Technical Resources in Atlanta, Georgia, has established a stellar, widespread reputation for his ability to create and maintain professional relationships. “Networking” could serve as his middle name, quite easily.

Included in his area of expertise: Social Media. So I invited Ricky to share some of his ideas and recommendations about twitter in this first of three video interviews about Social Media. Watch this video to learn how you can get maximum advantage from twitter, and even discover shortcuts that will save valuable time.

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How did Ricky Steele become such a magnetic leader? Why is he widely known as a powerful networker and sales professional? What turned him into an author and an in-demand speaker?

The answer is simple. He disciplined himself to learn year after year from other professionals. Did you hear him say this during our interview? “I follow some really influential people, certainly Tom Peters, Guy Kawasaki, and Seth Godin.”

Sure, Ricky has natural talent, as we all do. Yet raw talent alone will not shape you into a top-tier communicator. You get there by reading books, articles, blogs, and newsletters. You improve by watching training videos. You sign up for seminars and conferences. You listen to podcasts. You hire mentors and coaches.

So I offer you two opportunities to boost your communication skills–starting today. First, subscribe to my complimentary newsletter, “Winning Words and Ways.” Just enter your name and e-mail address in the slots provided on my Web site: http://www.championshipcommunication.com

Second, I invite you to visit this page, to check my book and audio CDs that will boost your communication skills. You’ll note that you can order some of the CDs as downloadable MP3s, so you can access them instantly. Major credit cards accepted for your convenience.

Follow Ricky Steele’s example. Become a lifelong student of communication. Eventually, someone could very well interview you about your area of expertise, and produce a video that benefits others.

Interview with Gina Carr About Tribes

Once the word tribe had a narrow meaning–a group that banded together primarily for survival and protection, usually in one location.

The buzz in the business world has enlarged the meaning–and Seth Godin’s book by that title popularized the new concept. Possibly you may wonder what a contemporary tribe is all about.

Fortunately, I found a tribe expert–and leader of several tribes–in Atlanta, Georgia, Gina Carr. This twelve and a half minute interview with Gina is worth every second you’ll spend watching, listening, and taking careful notes.

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