Twelve (?) in the Morning 011909

dozeneggsUsually, this little early-morning series provides you with five (or so) posts to chew on in order to jump-start your morning with fresh thought.

Today, it’s 12 posts. And, thanks to Robert Hruzek, the work has already been done.

Robert is running a blog series called Blogapalooza (hint: you can still participate!), in which authors are invited to pull out their top posts or lessons from each month in 2008. I took the time to sort through my vast reservoir of on-line bloviations from last year and that post went up on Robert’s blog yesterday. So, your Twelve in the Morning is all here on one link.

Some of you who visit this blog may not know that I actually maintain three separate blogs (my pharma consulting biz; my branding/marketing/social media fulminations; and personal stuff), plus contribute to MarketingProfs Daily Fix. I tried to pull from all of those resources for the Blogapalooza post. So – it’s kind of a 360-degree vista of all things @swoodruff, ranging from the professional to the philosophical to…well, spoofs!

Sorry to be so me-me-me this morning, but Robert put a lot of work into this series, and you really should go take a peek (not only at my entry, but all the others). And if you follow his links, he’ll tell you how you can participate as well!

And, if we’re going to be all about me today, I may as well introduce the newest member of newpup-smthe family (she’s a black lab mix), due to arrive on Friday to the delight of all the kids and the dismay of both cats. We’re still tossing around names – any suggestions for us?


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Steve Woodruff is a blogger, a Connection Agent, and a consultant in the pharma/healthcare industry. He specializes in helping people and companies make mutually beneficial connections.

3 Responses to Twelve (?) in the Morning 011909

  1. Hey, I appreciate the nod, Steve, and a hat tip for participating in Blogapalooza this year!

    Oh, and my suggestion for a name has got to be… SPOT! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!

  2. Steve, she’s gorgeous! I also have a black lab, she’s almost 6 months now, and I can tell you you’ll have a blast with her! As for the usual morning list, I’ll head over to Robert’s blog 🙂

  3. Bill Senger says:

    Steve, I’ve just finished reading “Cesar’s Way” by Cesar Milan (of The Dog Whisperer, Fridays at 8 pm on the National Geographic channel), and highly recommend this book for welcoming this new member to your family.
    If she’s a laid-back, low-energy dog, I’d suggest “Bozz.” If she’s high-energy and starts rearranging your furniture, then “Dozer” would be appropriate.

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