Julien Smith’s blog post Follower Hyperinflation, I talk about the value of having a lot of Friends, Fans and Followers in the whole scheme of life.
Julien is co-author of Trust Agents with the soulful Chris Brogan.
Listen: Show #9: Zen of Being Digital Podcast: Do More Followers Make You Happy?
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My advice in this podcast is to:
1. stop looking at the numbers;
2. value the interactions;
3. contribute meaningfully.
Do more followers make you happy?
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Show #8: Zen of Being Digital Podcast: Are You a Spammer?
So are you a spammer? And if so, what are you doing to do about it?
Holding onto your mobile device can be bad for your life.
Show #7: Zen of Being Digital Podcast: Are You Tethered to Your Mobile Device?
In this podcast, I confess to a new bad habit involving my iPhone, and it’s immediate – and negative – ramifications on my life. And then I offer a challenge to you, my dear listeners, to stop the madness in a few simple (!) ways.
Are you tethered to your mobile device? And what is it doing for you, really?
Using myself as the guinea pig again, I’m trying –struggling– to keep my email Inbox at zero or close to it. What began July 1 as an experiment is turning into a practice that is harder than I thought it would be to maintain. But along the way, I’m more readily seeing the garbage that is coming into my Inbox causing so much stress.
LISTEN: Show #6: Zen of Being Digital Podcast: Can You Get to Inbox Zero?
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Can you get your Inbox to Zero? If you’ve done it and do it every day, what are you doing to get there and stay there?
I attended the first Wisdom 2.0 Conference April 30 and May 1 and connected with a fascinating person from Australia, David A. Hood. This is a brief interview I conducted with him, discussing his work, why he attended the conference, and a little talk about zen and expectations thrown in.
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Stay tuned for more Zen interviews.