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Recap of Our #WgBiz Twitter chat with Thursday Bram (@ThursdayB)

Happy New Year, folks! Time just flies doesn’t it?

I hope you had a wonderful, safe and happy holiday break. Now that our celebration with our sponsor is over, it’s time for us to resume our equally enjoyable regular Women Grow Business activities.

Seems like just a minute ago it was November and we were having our wonderful freelance Twitter chat with Thursday Bram of Hyper Modern Consulting, who is also a regular contributor here at Women Grow Business. Although I first sent out the summary of the tweets from that day on Twitter, I thought you might like to have a PDF file for easy reference later.

You can download the transcript here. It’s a PDF file so make sure you have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed – most computer have some version of it. Of course you can still access the November #wgbiz Twitter chat from this link as well.

This gathering definitely continued our tradition of fun, lively chats. Thursday was a great guest who freely shared advice, and even a couple of jokes. My favorite parts were :

Thursday’s First Joke of the Afternoon

Someone Asked How to Transition from Working for Free to Working for a Fee

… And Among Many Great Answers Here’s What Thursday said

Then Later, Her Mother Stopped By!

Thank you again to Thursday  for being with us, we hope you come back and enlighten us again with your wisdom. Stay tuned for the summary of our chat with Allen Mireles.

And mark your calendars for our next chat on Monday, January 12, 2012 from Noon to 1 pm, featuring Maddie Grant, co-author of Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World.

More About Thursday Bram

Thursday Bram offers content marketing through Hyper Modern Consulting, as well as more traditional writing services. She’s also the co-creator of Constructively Productive, the blog that’s bringing perspective to productivity. You can find Thursday on Twitter.


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