No longer do we use the word “snarky,” now that we met

lilyReaders, recall that post a few days ago? I had a comment on this blog that demanded my immediate resolution from a friend of a friend who took me to task for not contacting him.

So as previously reported, I boldly called where others dared not call before: to the snark directly and we set a date to meet.

Well, we met yesterday morning and it was a great immediate connection right away. So much to connect around and collaborate on.

We have now connected on LinkedIn as a result as well.

So, from lemons comes nectar.

Or something like that…


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LinkedIn coach and evangelist, having a great time pursuing my passion of connecting professionals so they can collaborate more!
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3 Responses to No longer do we use the word “snarky,” now that we met

  1. Rob Thomas says:

    It was my honor and pleasure to meet you sir! Please research the Neighborhood Music School of New Haven and see if perhaps that might be a good referral for you seeing how they are a current client of odonnell company and need lots of work!

    I will keep you posted on if I will be able to attend Gotham. Thanks for the invite!

    – Rob


  2. Corey Bearak says:

    glad you turned the encounter into something sweet; still think one needs to carefully weigh making the connections; sometimes it makes more sense to move on; in this case, you interacted with someone capable of and willing to grow; not always that case.

  3. anierenberg says:

    I love your posts and look forward to them daily!! Do you use Constant Contact? Also- I have a meeting today with another wholesaler from Mainstay and will be mentioning you Stay tuned Andrea

    Andrea Nierenberg 917-626-8494

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