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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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
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What’s new on the Blog
Compassion in the Workplace- Immanual Joseph on #MindfulSocial
This week I’m talking with Immanual Joseph, PhD, about compassion. In the workplace, at home, for others and for ourselves. On the podcast Immanual said: “Compassion is fierce. In the workplace it involves standing up to popular opinion, Standing up to your co-workers and friends to do the right thing. It’s also being vulnerable, Compassion is the opposite of weakness. Co [...]
7 Practices of a Mindful Leader #MindfulSocial with @marclesser
I first met Marc Lesser a few years ago, when he was CEO and lead trainer at the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute. The wisdom he imparted those classes, and through his work is still popping into my mind as I go on my own path and I am honored to have been so lucky.In his new book, Seven Practices of a Mindful Leader: Lessons from Google and a Zen Monastery Kitchen&n [...]
Forgive for Good- #MindfulSocial with Dr. Fred Luskin
Dr. Luskin is the Director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Project, a senior consultant in health promotion at Stanford University, and a professor at the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, as well as an affiliate faculty member of the Greater Good Science Center. He is the author of Forgi [...]
You, Me, Empathy, #MindfulSocial with Non Wels
This was a very special episode with Non Wels, creator of the You, Me, Empathy podcast. We met on Twitter and struck up some conversations and Non hosted me on his podcast in October to talk about self-care for caregivers and a whole lot of other things. Non has a way with interviews that really draws out [...]
Give yourself the gift of #Mindful #SelfCare
Is January your time to recharge? Me too. This is a great time to look back at the things we want to change from last year, and to look forward to how we want to live moving forward. Setting intentions to take action to reduce stress, both at home and at work.When we do something specifically with the intent of taking care of ourselves it’s a way of reinforcing that we are w [...]
On celebrating the holidays, wishes and realities of #Caregiving
I’ve been thinking a lot about how this holiday season affects everyone in different ways, no matter what our faith. For some, it is a season of generosity and giving Enjoying the act of giving for others and accepting the warm feeling that it brings can fill a person’s heart with joy. For some, it’s a season of receiving How many children right now are making a h [...]
The path to happiness and well-being. #MindfulSocial With Rick Hanson
On the #MindfulSocial podcast this week I talk with Dr. Rick Hanson, Ph.D. about learning to actually change the structure of our brain through positive neuroplasticity and ways we can learn from our experiences to have more well-being, happiness and emotional balance in our lives. I've learned an incredible amount from Rick over the last few years. I first heard about his [...]
In case you’re not familiar with the term, gamification is the process of using gaming elements like scoring, competition, play, and rewards to encourage action. It works particularly well with problem-solving where badges or scores indicate competency. Gamification is certainly not a new way to engage us and create good learning habits. In fact, a Russian sc [...]