Tuesday, June 30, 2009
We have noticed that only a few professionals really understand and benefit from these opportunities. Perhaps, it´s lack of proper awareness of what is really going on. So, in order to help you to maximize on your joining us, we decided to write down some simple tips. If everybody follow them and always bring value to all participants, we will enjoy a great experience together.
Before TEN Happy-Hour
1. Join TEN - Top Executives Net and register online for the specific TEN Happy-Hour
2. Complete your profile with photo
3. Send the invitation to your peers (be selective)
4. Bring at least one person (we recommend to bring a happy client or business partner, who can tell others how good you are in what you do - indirect sell)
5. Post one video on TEN about your work or something you really love. You will appear on TEN´s home page. This simple fact will increase your visibility before members and visitors.
During TEN Happy-Hour
6. Be yourself, open and friendly. Approach people naturally.
7. Introduce yourself and your friends while exchanging business cards (Yes, bring business cards with you, of course) . You may even mention your video on TEN.
8. Spend in average 10 minutes with one new contact as time flies very fast during the event. You are just ice-breaking. You will neither sell/buy anything nor get a new job there.
1 day After TEN Happy-Hour
9. Go to the presence list and send a kind note to all attendees. Some of them you talked in person. Others, you can schedule a later talk or just meet next time. This simple fact will make members visit your profile and think of business ideas with you.
10. Spread TEN´s traditional thank you note to your peers and invite them to register on TEN and be aware of our upcoming TEN Happy-Hour calendar.
As one can easily see, it can be done by anyone, anytime, anywhere. It´s a just a matter of experiencing a new approach to life and develop healthier habits.
May God bless your life and business!
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
CALENDÁRIO DE EVENTOS DA TEN - TOP EXECUTIVES NET
11th TEN HAPPY-HOUR in RIO, Jul 14th (tue) 20h
CONFIRM YOUR PRESENCE AND INVITE YOUR PEERS
CONFIRM YOUR PRESENCE AND INVITE YOUR PEERS
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Sunday, June 07, 2009
If positive, please email full names to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning the event(s) you and your friends will attend.
Thanks in advance,
TEN - Top Executives Net
CNO - Chief Networking Officer
Friday, June 05, 2009
Fomos entrevistados pela Folha Universitária da Uniban recentemente sobre o tema de Redes Sociais. Eis abaixo nossa modesta e sumarizada contribuição.
Thursday, June 04, 2009
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Mr. McLaughlin will be deputy chief technology officer, reporting to Aneesh Chopra, the chief technology officer, who was previously Virginia’s secretary of technology, said these people, who agreed to speak only if their names were not used because Mr. McLaughlin’s appointment had not been announced.
Mr. McLaughlin’s move is likely to renew concerns among some Google rivals and public policy groups about Google’s growing clout in Washington.
A Google spokesman confirmed that Mr. McLaughlin was leaving the company. Mr. McLaughlin did not immediately respond to an e-mail message seeking comment. An e-mail message to the White House press office was not immediately answered.
Mr. McLaughlin joined Google about five years ago and directed the company’s public policy efforts. Previously he was an executive at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, a nonprofit group that helps coordinate the Internet’s address system. He is an emeritus fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, and was part of Mr. Obama’s transition team as a member of the Technology, Innovation and Government Reform Policy Working Group.
Mr. McLaughlin is the latest Google executive to take an official role in the Obama administration. Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, has been a close adviser to President Obama’s transition team and is now a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
Katie Stanton, a former Google project manager, joined the White House as its director of citizen participation. And Sonal Shah, former head of global development at Google.org, now heads the White House Office of Social Innovation.
Some critics fear that the growing presence of former Google employees in the administration could lead to purchasing and policy decisions that improperly benefit the company at a time when the company’s power is likely to come under increasing scrutiny from regulators. Already the Federal Trade Commission is looking into whether the ties between the boards of Google and Apple amount to a violation of antitrust laws. The Justice Department is inquiring into the antitrust implications of Google’s settlement of a lawsuit with publishers and authors.