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my response to each #reverb10 daily prompt is a tip, a suggestion you might find useful in juicing every single succulent drop out of this month-long experience. some of the tips are things i learned over the past year; some are answers to questions reverbers have asked me privately; some are things i just pull out of thin air.

at the end of each day (or roughly thereabouts), the tip will be folded into the comprehensive list, a.k.a. the marrow. and hey, if a tip sparks another idea, i’d sure appreciate it if you’d drop me a note in the comments section so i can sprinkle it out to others. and do some sprinkling of your own: point others to the marrow in case there’s something here they can use.

now let’s get on with it cause my wand’s a wastin’ . . .

today’s prompt: Beautifully Different. Think about what makes you different and what you do that lights people up. Reflect on all the things that make you different – you’ll find they’re what make you beautiful. (Author: Karen Walrond)

today’s tip: reach out to at least 3 people every day and smack ’em with a smile, sprinkle a compliment, dabble out a spot of encouragement. twitter brings out the nice in people, and let’s face it: nice breeds nice.

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something new: recap i don’t know about you, but cali‘s prompt on community really revved up my circuits and lit up my board. i didn’t make it around to everybody, but here, in no particular order, are some of the blogs that i especially enjoyed on yesterday’s blog crawl:

any last word
julie unplugged
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sally g: lighting up the heart of ordinary
first pages
amy oscar
mrsmediocrity

17 Comments

  1. Julie Jordan Scott

    THANK YOU for including me, Jeanne. Thank you.

    • whollyjeanne

      you are welcome. i thank you again for such a wonderful post. we’ll talk.

  2. Julie Jordan Scott

    Oh, and I just wanted to say, part of the joy for me is commenting and being commented in return. I am so pleased when the mutual engagement swings up AND I know some days we have more time and some days we have less time. Am loving the insights and emotions and breakthroughs as we join together in #reverb10

    • whollyjeanne

      isn’t it wonderful? doesn’t take that long, and oh the connections we make. rich, deep, meaningful, inspiring connections. so glad you’re part of #reverb10. an integral part.

  3. Liz

    I like the idea of smacking someone with a smile…a gentle smack of a smile for you, love you.

    • whollyjeanne

      it’s something you do all the time, sugar.

  4. Sally G.

    So far, that’s Twitter’s strongest platform for me ~ the way it allows reach and access to those receptive to giving and receiving inspiration, encouragement, support, information and laughs. By the light of your wand, I join your parade, giving thanks for your Love, and keeping step with your pace. (Okay, that last part’s not true, your pace surpasses mine ~ but I’m trying!)

    • whollyjeanne

      and sally, were it not for twitter, i wouldn’t’ve met you. so twitter stays on my thankful-for list!

  5. Allison Blass

    I love that you’re doing tips! And I definitely agree that nice breeds nice. More people need to remember that!

    • whollyjeanne

      it would be nice if more people knew about the boomerang effect and carried it out into the world, wouldn’t it? let me know if you have a tip to share!

  6. beth

    i like your tips….and i try to do that everyday 🙂

    • whollyjeanne

      thanks, beth. i’ll bet you do nice everyday, and i’ll bet at least most of the time, you get nice in return.

  7. Mrsmediocrity

    well thank you, a nice surprise to see my name on you list. you are the best fairy godmother ever,i just know it. and i’m so glad that you are here.

  8. Rebecca Hurst

    I’m really enjoying your #reverb10 posts – they are always fresh and insightful. Thank you!

  9. Stereo.*

    Love the tip! It’ll be a breeze in London where most people are perpetually scowling 😉

  10. Lollygagger

    I love today’s tip! I am one of those smile at everybody people, and I’m always amazed when it’s not returned. But it’s really a great feeling when it is returned 🙂

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