Goffball Post imageTrust me, I’ve been called worse things than Goofball. Probably by a sibling.

Perhaps it was my middle child of 7 status that knew no boundaries to trying to stand out in the crowd.

It’s Labor Day here in the U.S. I joined a 30-day challenge called Bloom Your Online Relationships (with its own hashtag, #BYOR30).

When I saw the first challenge is being an authentic goofball, well, I don’t mind putting the barbecue on hold while I rustle up a quick post.

Goofball Exhibit #1

One of my favorite holidays is Halloween. I recently shared an old video I put together about the fear of making videos.

This one fits the bill for my love of Halloween plus authentic goofballism. My apologies to my friends who have seen this. Consider it the last of the summer re-runs.

Happy Labor Day to my American buddies. Goofballs rock!

#1 Video Tip for Overcoming the Fear

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Live…Laugh…Love

 

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Creative Copy for the Holiday Weekend

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Marketers, Give it a Rest Already

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The Internet is Not So Smart After All

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We’ve all been there. That creepy place on the internet where images pop up from our recent online searches. Even creepier is when those images sneak into your email sidebar. We know Big Brother is watching but do you have to visually remind us? Every. Single. Time. As smart as the internet is, there is […]

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The Positive Pursuit

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The pursuit of all things positive is strewn with obstacles. Really bad customer service Stressed-out family and friends A history of bad experiences Even the most committed Pollyanna-types buckle under the onslaught. Breathe. Just breathe. Close your eyes and listen. Peaceful Pleasure When negativity screeches its ugly sound, picture a dart toss. Pop the plaintive pause Blast […]

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Creative Copy Challenge: Again

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And the obsession lives on. Thank goodness. Below is my latest submission to Creative Copy Challenge, a writing prompts site I love. The challenge words are in bold. Creative Copy Challenge #341 Jennifer watched the moisture run down the cocktail glass like a silent tear against the cheek of her soul. Depression was a physical weight she […]

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Days of Remembrance

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I remember the first Father’s Day after my dad passed. My mom and I were in a card shop a few weeks before. A wave of grief hit me with the impact of a tsunami. I would no longer be purchasing a Father’s Day card for my dad. I could not hold back the tears. Days […]

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