Feel persecuted by your smart phone? Weekday relationships limited to clicking “like”?
Then join Ferrazzi Greenlight Institute head Kevin Strehlo on the Social Capitalist, Friday, September 14 at 12pm ET, as renowned geek and social networker Robert Scoble generously explains how to parlay those “weak ties” into deep relationships.
Drawing on his Scobleizer blog about all things new, geeky and about to be really important, Robert will share:
- How he turns his prolific social media intake and output into deep relationships with hundreds of technology and business innovators
- How absolute transparency about your activities will improve quality of life
- What he thinks about using the latest location-based services to alert you to people who are nearby and share your interests
- The coolest new context-aware tools (Google glasses anyone?)
- Why it’s not really creepy if your phone knows your habits better than you do
Robert first drew worldwide kudos for his groundbreaking work in providing visibility into Microsoft’s culture—and why the “Evil Empire” wasn’t really evil—as a pioneering corporate blogger. The so-called “milliscoble,” based on Robert’s average number of daily tweets, is the standard measure of Twitter talkativeness, and his prodigious conversational volume sometimes draws the criticism that he cannot possibly have “real” relationships. His many influential friends and interview subjects suggest otherwise. Today Robert works for Rackspace and says his best work appears on the Rackspace-sponsored community site Small Teams/ Big Impact (formerly Building 43). He is also the co-author of Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers with Shel Israel, his collaborator on his forthcoming book Context.
Don’t miss this call, a unique opportunity to prepare yourself for a world that knows in real time whether you’re at church or a strip club.
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