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Tibor, I agree with the two way street attitude. I recently joined a BNI chapter in Gothenburg, Sweden. Before I could have the opportunity to do my presentation (10 minutes), I had to attend a membership success training event. Have you read John Jantsch's book, The Referral Engine?"
Susan, I will publish a post on workflow today. It will include tools like mind map, notebook and index card. As an experienced purchaser I look at the whole supply & value chain as a package deal. I could apply social media strategies with a real purpose to an organization."
Shawn, I will tell you more as time goes by. The site is "under construction" and the header is like a rough banner as described in my first post. You could find out a bit more about my services if you click the WorkLife tab. I will add more tabs with more information in the near future. I want to give moral and practical support to sole traders (sole proprietorship), solo entrepreneurs and business-minded individuals. The site will be my virtual and interactive business card as a "referral engine" (book title by John Jantsch) for new business opportunities. I will seek out partnerships with services that could fit my business, e.g., "social media with a purpose" (phrase by Joseph Jaffe, author of the book Flip the Funnel) tools like business intelligence software and social & business networks with an exchange of ideas and know-how. I will list my speaking engagements, workshops, courses and social media activities on the site. I heard an ad for Squarespace on net@night with Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur. I tested it for free for a couple of days and saw how simple it was to use. You start out with a collection of different templates and you could then modify the site according to your liking. It is very simple to change stuff. I feel secure when it comes to the platform and the host. Click the "host" link on the site and read about the infrastructure of the platform. http://ego.posterous.com/ego-sole-trader-powered-by-squarespace"