Month: August 2014

1,000 Lessons Learned From My First 1,000 Blog Posts

Back in 2009, I started blogging before a move to Wyoming where’d I’d be working on a ranch, out of my natural environment, 24 hours away from home, and of course my family and friends wanted to see and hear about my adventures. Considering there wouldn’t be much phone service in the mountains, I figured […]

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Meat Is The Enemy For Vegan Punk Rock Star

I love flying and airports. The people watching often reaches gold or platinum level and everyone has a story to tell. It’s one of the off-line opportunities I have observe culture outside of my immediate areas and gives me a chance to gain new perspectives. I almost always walk through a bookstore or two while […]

Lay Down the Pitch Forks | 6 Steps to Conflict Resolution

Social media and online conversations have brought about an entirely new world for companies and marketers to manage. Add in the fact that pretty much anyone is now allowed to join the conversation and I think we definitely have a tough situation on our hands when a crisis comes around. This month’s situation involving Muck […]

Lessons To Learn From The Muck Boots Blunder

Earlier this week, social media feeds were busy for the Original Muck Boots Company as members of agriculture and hunting communities became very upset at an apparent fundraiser for the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS; an animal rights activist organization who continually lobbies against activities in animal agriculture, hunting, trapping, and fishing). On […]

Updated: Muck Boots Sleeps While Social Media Lights Up Over HSUS Fundraiser | #WhatTheMuck

Please note the updated information and timeline of events as the unfolded. Scroll to end of post to read more. Click here to view Part 2 with my observations and to join the discussion on lessons learned from the event. Facebook’s News Feed algorithms can be a real pain in the rear for most folks, […]

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