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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Corporate Training

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My Books

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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

Relationships first - #MindfulSocial with @BryanKramer

On the show this week is Bryan Kramer. We’ve been friends for years, and seen the changes in social media marketing from what used to be seen as a marketing tool to people actually want to communicate with each other, and how moving from the hustle of a marketing agency has changed his outlook on work and life. Bryan speaks frankly about what it’s like to go from th [...]

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Why retreats are important

I remember the first retreat I went on. It’s been some years now, but I remember how nervous I was. Thinking I’d stick out like a sore thumb, maybe judged as a newbie. Could I last 3 days? I really had no idea what was going to happen beyond what I’d read in the brochure, and that was pretty slim. But I needed a break for myself, and some help figuring some stuff out, [...]

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What do you really know about #caregivers?

Did you know there are more than 40 million Americans caring for a family member or friend? Many of them are working a full-time job (or more) while also dedicating  20-40 hours a week* as a caregiver for a family member, friend or neighbor. There are a lot of assumptions made about who caregivers are and what they do. As a caregiver myself, and through my work with caregiv [...]

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The #MindfulSocial podcast with @mckra1g

My guest on Mindful Social this week is Molly Cantrell-Kraig. Boy, does this woman have a story! She's been through the wringer a few times in her life, yet she's managed to do so much more than survive, she's thrived. Her new book Circuit Train Your Brain- Daily Habits That Develop Resilience is such a great read. You know by now that one of my favorite topics is resilience an [...]

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Work doesn't have to suck #Mindful Social with @JasonLauritsen

When you ask someone about their experience in the world of work, what kind of stories do you hear? Many of us go to work and come home feeling stressed, less than enough, exhausted. Friday is looked forward to. Monday? Not so much. I really enjoyed chatting with Jason Lauritsen this week about his new book, Unlocking High Performance,  and his work with leaders, working to [...]

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Care for Caregivers- Stories We Tell Ourselves – A Workshop

We caregivers can be very, very, hard on ourselves. We tell ourselves the wildest stories and sometimes we believe them without thinking. Stories like: ”I can’t handle this”, I’m not good enough”, " That person is just trying to make me feel bad”, and the classic “I can never do enough!”.  Maybe that’s because of stress, exhaustion, emotional overload, or [...]

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Bruce McIntyre on a mindful approach to #caregiving and #parkinsons. #mindfulsocial

This chat with Bruce McIntyre covers a lot of topics, from his personal journey as a caregiver to serving as the Executive Director of the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma. He’s been through quite a lot on this journey and has dedicated his life to helping other family caregivers learn how to take care of their loved ones as well as themselves. As a leader, he's learned lesso [...]

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Give a #Caregiver a break - #WhenLifeHitstheFan

As a caregiver and an entrepreneur, I know only too well how overloaded we can be. The most common refrain I hear from caregivers is "I don't have time to take care of myself". The thing is, if we don't take time to care for ourselves, everyone suffers, including those we care for. When I wrote "when Life Hits the Fan" it was the beginning of a journey to help caregivers learn [...]

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