Thought Leadership Best Practices LinkedIn Group

Mitchell Levy, surgeon Thought Leader Architect and CEO of THiNKaha, recently created a “Thought Leadership Best Practices” LinkedIn group. Join the growing group and conversation! Share some thought leadership articles that you’ve found interesting, insightful, helpful, or controversial; bring up some issues that need to be broached and discussed; or be a quiet observer and soak in all the information and fun dialogue.

Join the group here.

Don’t forget to connect with both THiNKaha and Mitchell Levy on LinkedIn!

When it Comes to Social Media, Are You a Thought or Traffic Leader?

Self promotion knows no bounds online.

The internet, discount and specifically the rise of social media, diet has made it even easier for folks to pursue ruthless ambition to succeed online. A major part of online success is being able to see through the smoke and mirrors that many personalities put up around themselves.

With the internet making anonymity and disguise so simple, many people set up illusions that simply aren’t themselves. I often compare this to the classic 70s game show, “The Dating Game.” It’s easy to sit behind the partition and try to impress the “contestant” with how charming and clever you are. But sooner or later, they will step around the partition – that’s the moment of truth. Will they be surprised with what they find? Continue reading