What I’m Reading

  • Making a mistake is not the same as failing.
  • Which is more important: your org chart or your organization’s networks?
  • Want to innovate? Ask a new question.
  • Vendors are not the enemy.
  • Start with the most important thing.
  • Social media, commercialization, dopamine, being creepy and why Facebook may never make the kind of money people were expecting at the IPO.
  • Want to be a lifelong learner? Be curious.
  • Jeff Cobb is talkin’ ’bout a revolution in education.
  • We all know that telling a story is important, but we don’t all know how to do it well. Copyblogger can help.
  • 10 rules for getting shit done. I particularly love “When in doubt, decide.”
  • Knowing who’s NOT a prospect is just as important as knowing who IS a prospect. And either way, you need to be able to create personas.
  • After just finishing up the work to set up my office (that’s it there on the right), it seemed like a great time to re-read Sheetrock & Shellac and laugh along with someone else’s home improvement tales of woe.

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About Elizabeth Weaver Engel, CAE

Elizabeth Weaver Engel, M.A., CAE, is CEO and Chief Strategist at Spark Consulting LLC. Elizabeth has over 19 years of experience helping associations grow, in membership, marketing, communications, public presence, and especially revenue, which is what Spark is all about. She speaks and writes frequently on a variety of topics in association management. When she's not helping associations grow, Elizabeth loves to dance, listen to live music, cook, garden, and blog about the Philadelphia Eagles.
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