Twitter Goddesses Ignite SM Neophyte Experiment

So, there I was, wondering along in the SM wilderness when The ThoughtElf poked me and said, “Oooh! Look!  Behold that sassy, shiny, successful Goddess over yonder. She looks like a Deep Thinker Who Digs.”

Which is how I met @MarketingVeep, Kelli Schmith – a very cool and accomplished Lady, (even though she does spell her first name wrong).  In sharing insightful posts, much humour and introductions to her Goddess soul sisters, she inadvertantly lit the fire that started a new Neophyte Social Media experiment today. Enter Brooke Green, of the Caskey Sales Leadership Coaching Team.  Brooke comes fully loaded with ammo for inspiration.

Today, she lobbed the Cherry Bomb Manifesto at me. I was quite inspired by this idea within:  “Passion is not a luxury. It’s an imperative.” Sally Hogshead (Cherry Bombs is my kind of manifesto.) I was suddenly passionate to experiment and read as many manifestos in the next hour to see what I could see.  Here’s how it went:

Experiment du jour: for the next hour I will read as many manifestos as I can and see what I gleanabout 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 1st Manifesto: Cherry Bombs: A Supplemental Kit to “Radical Careering” http://tinyurl.com/ld7tt7 (passionate read for the passionate)about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 2nd Manifesto: An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth http://tinyurl.com/6eyqr2 >Break it, stretch it, bend it, crush it, crack it, fold it.about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 3rd Manifesto: YSL Manifesto http://tinyurl.com/lmpvbp > Ignored the text, profoundly distracted by the sexy shoes.about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 4th Manifesto: The GNU Manifesto http://tinyurl.com/2zzran >made me realize how little I miss Unix. Thnx MSabout 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 5th Manifesto (Literally reading my way thru Google results): LuLuLemon Manifesto: http://tinyurl.com/dgv4f6 >refreshing! a design graphicabout 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 #6: Russell_Einstein Manifesto http://tinyurl.com/dkjwx >Scientists worry about Weapons of Mass Destruction in 1955 (H bomb) deja vuabout 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 ! Finished my experiment du jour. Read 6 manifesto in an hour and gleaned: Sexy Shoes are da bomb & YSL has sexier platforms than GNU 😉about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 Another experiment du jour observation: how serendipitous that in 6 random manifestos 2 had bombs 2 were about passion & 2 had platforms?about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

 @CaskeyChick You ignited experiment -> I just did a random manifesto read with fascinating results. I feel like lobbing more CherryBombs.about 8 hours ago from TweetDeck

After that adventure in Neophyte Social Media Experimentation I was so passionately excited that I told Chris Brogan he’s too sexy for his boxers. And he thanked me.

A wonderfully creative day for this fledgling Social Media student. I feel as if I’m a baby one step closer to Demi-Goddess status thanks to a nudge from Kelli (who still spells her first name wrong) & Brooke the Bomber.

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3 thoughts on “Twitter Goddesses Ignite SM Neophyte Experiment

  1. Thank you for the “shout out”! I think I might be meeting Chris Baggot next week (I’m meeting with his business partner). Good to know that I might have “boxer envy”.

  2. Their exists three manifestos that I use as my doctrine and have lasting credibility and power- I would suggest the cluetrain manifesto, the New Barbarian Manifesto, and the Agile Manifesto.

  3. Elf Goddess,
    I JUST read this. I’ve put it on my agenda as a must do! (me tooism) An experiment of the sort “The ClueTrain Manifesto” and “the HughTrain manifesto” might inspire– this inspired me today. May The Force -the passion- be ever with thee!

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