With words like “tweet,” “blog” and “unfriend” entering our standard lexicon, there’s no question that social networking has a significant place on our contemporary culture. And it’s no surprise that many companies have been using social media online to connect and communicate with their customers online. But the benefits of social networking aren’t always immediately […]
Social investing has received a lot of interest in recent years – especially following the financial crisis. Most people, however, are left wondering: What is social investing? Let’s answer this question. To understand what social investing is, we must first consider how traditional investors look at the world. In traditional investing, investors weigh investment decisions […]
“Hello all- I’ve got a problem with social anxiety; I get very tense when speaking with damn near anyone, stranger, friends and even my family… Occasionally, though, I’m able to completely relax and be really quite sociable, although not consciously… I also do some door to door sales, and it really hurts my ability to […]
Have you ever listened to conversations without an invitation? “Eavesdroppers never hear any good of themselves” is an idiom many people are all too familiar with. Essentially this phrase means if you eavesdrop on conversations where people are talking about you, more times than not you may hear many unfavorable things spoken about you. When […]
Believing that you that you are unacceptable or unlikable socially can be painful. Lack of self-confidence can make you get afraid to interact socially. When in situations where you will be observed by others or where you need to speak in front of a crowd or to strangers you might feel anxious. This might cause […]
We did have a society sometime back, but today we have social media! An agent of transformation, it has had a major impact on our culture, business and on the world-at-large. There has been an increase in transparency, with a growing number of people expressing themselves on the social web. There have been hardly any […]
Kids have dialogues with themselves if they enlist in imaginative play. Role-playing implies developing a story and providing a voice on the various figures in the story. When kids copy others, they’re creating a vocabulary which enables them to brand and go over the world around them. Less verbal kids may well chat much more […]
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