• Was an interesting article, thank you..

  • Geoff – What a pleasure to see you here! Thanks for sharing, so openly, about the kinds of connections you’ve made on the internet.

    Warms my heart to know that the net has allowed you to maintain a vibrant relationship with your father.

    Best of success to you!


  • Melanie –

    I have found friends on-line that are among my best friends. Some I haven’t even met in person, some I have. I have made business connections with social media that have been profitable. I wouldn’t have a relationship with my father were it not for the Internet – he lives in China!

    I still haven’t read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” (yes, I know, heresy) but I would imagine that one way to win friends is to be a friend, to be in communication, and these days, what better way than the Internet
    .-= Geoff´s last blog ..They Can’t All Be Gems =-.

  • Couldn’t agree with you more, Heather. It staggers my mind to try and even imagine all the technical advancements in just the past few years alone. I’ve even heard people say that if your computer is more than two years old, it’s obsolete! Crazy.

    And yes, I have a hunch that Carnegie would have embraced social media with open arms.

    Put some magic and meaning in your day,

  • Still amazes me some days that we are living in an age where this is all possible – it’s quite awesome. We have at our fingertips the capacity to communicate with people on the other side of the planet in a matter of nano-seconds. We can develop relationships with kindred spirits around the world without having to travel. Just look at the developments within the last ten years. We really are living in a golden age and some days it just blows me away. I’m sure Dale Carnegie would have embraced blogging (and twitter lol). Great, great book.
    much love, hope you have a wonderful week.
    Heather x
    .-= Heather Bestel´s last blog ..Your Personal Keywords ~ Do you know them? =-.