Janet Fouts- Social media strategist, best-selling author, speaker, corporate trainer, CEO of Tatu Digital Media, advocate for mindful social business.

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What I do

Social Strategy/Management


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Our popular social media strategy and management services enable you to make the best use of the right social networks for you. Learn more

Corporate Training


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My Books


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Janet’s authored six books on social media marketing, all with the intention of making social media easy to understand and implement for your business. Check them out! Browse books

How can I help you?

Do you want to earn more customer loyalty? Develop thought leadership in your industry?

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What’s new on the Blog

Living With Resilience – a Webinar

Stress is part of our modern lives, every single day. Some days just getting out of bed can be a real challenge. Living our lives with resilience can seem pretty far away. Whether it’s a change at work or at home, caring for a loved one, the news around the world, a temporary setback or a major life change, we can all be overwhelmed and not see the way to bounce back. I [...]

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Gimme a break! - #Compassion in the workplace

Workplaces stress is quite literally a killer of productivity as well as health. Bringing compassion into the mix can lift spirits and bring a sense of oneness that may not have existed before. Even if the team isn’t ready for it, showing compassion in the workplace sets a tone that they will gravitate to because it feels right. In a compassionate work environment is less p [...]

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What do you do when life hits the fan?

The older we are, the more we are likely to become a caregiver for family and friends or need care for ourselves. In fact, a survey of family caregivers from Caregiver Action and AARP tells us that 29% of the U.S. population provides care for a chronically ill, disabled, or aged family member or friend during any given year and spend an average of 20 hours per week providing c [...]

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On the ROI of #compassion in the workplace. #MindfulSocial with Lisa Murfield

When something happens to an employee outside of work, how that company responds is representative of the company culture. In their newly released book, The ROI of Compassion: Unleashing the Ultimate Performance, Production and Profits with Strategic Caring in Traumatic Times, Lisa and Loren Murfield tells the story of their personal experiences of loss and how one company res [...]

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Self-care is not selfish. Tell a friend!

What do you think the term "caregiver" means? I'm learning that it means something different to everyone. When all is said and done, almost every one of us will be a caregiver of some kind in our lifetime. From a skinned knee and the flu to cancer, dementia, Alzheimer's, heart attack and chronic illnesses, we will either provide care or need it ourselves. Through my own exp [...]

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Time for a mind-shift?

Change can be hard. Often it’s harder when we make a shift from something we are comfortable and successful at. The longer we have done something, the more impetus we need to get out of our rut and make change happen. I’ve been known as a digital marketer for well over 20 years. Social media is an amazing marketing channel and I love the challenge and constant learning c [...]

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On forgiveness, resilience and reconciliation in Rwanda #MindfulSocial

Recently I had  2 guests on the Mindful Social podcast and their story of their interactions with the people of Rwanda is truly inspiring. Dr.  Karin Jeffery from San Jose State University took a group of students on a faculty led program to Rwanda. One of the students,  videographer  Kevin Nguyen, kept a record of their trip and the stories they came back with are trul [...]

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Working with difficult people

We all have difficult people to deal with at one time or another. At home, at work, at the grocery store. People have bad days. We have bad days. And that, right there is the thing. At the end of the day, we are all just people, trying to do the best we can from our own level of consciousness. Those of us who feel mindfulness is important can still have an unconscious mom [...]

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