Life – it’s what we do between the time we get here and when we go. We only get one, and despite what other folks might suppose, it’s ours to determine what to do with it. We don’t measure life in hours and minutes. We measure life in memories and moments. What do you think of when you read this sentence? “It was the time of my life”. We don’t say that often enough. Life either happens to us, or we take hold of life and live it. Here are 10 ways start living your life. Give yourself permission to… Read more.
Author Archive for: Liz Strauss
Liz Strauss is a conversational blogger, web publisher, and social web strategist who focuses on how people communicate in person, in print, and online.
Coming from a background of publishing, business, and instructional design, Liz is experienced in how people perceive and gain meaning from interacting with books, blogs, and each other — how the head and heart engage to make a fiercely loyal friend and customer. She works with businesses in the US, Europe, Australia, the UK, and Ireland, universities, and individuals on their products and social web strategies to help them seamlessly integrate into the web culture.
Liz has worked with the Cass Business School of City University in London and will soon be working with the International Centre of Publishing at Oxford University. She is a founder of the highly successful business bloggers conference SOBCon, Biz School for Bloggers — that gained the attention of BusinessWeek, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Innovation Initiative of the Kellogg School of Business.
Liz is an educator, a writer, a mom, and a wife who believes that a person whose head, heart and purpose are all focused in the same direction is irresistible.
For more information, please visit successful-blog.com.
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