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Matt Dudley is owner of The Skillery a co-working space, marketplace for classes and workshops, and a community of creative entrepreneurs in Nashville, TN.

Talking about co-working, education and networking.

NBN 42 Show Notes

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Congratulations to the Dudley's for the birth of their daughter, Gwendolyn Rose Dudley.

The Skillery was born as an online resource to find local in-person classes. It became a co-working space because there was a lack of space for classes.

Space + Education are key.

Matt was a teacher for nearly a decade. He taught everything from 4th grade computers to high school theater.

Matt believes there is power in being in a room with other human beings (I do too).

He didn’t like the structure of a traditional school environment. The institution of school felt off to him.

Sir Ken Robinson. How Schools Kill Creativity TED Talk.

We talk about education.

Matt Dudley The SkilleryMatt began is career as a young entrepreneur. He launched a Ghostbuster business as a kid!

We discuss becoming a grand connector when you lead a community.

How to help co-working members connect.

You gotta be here. That’s the thing that makes the difference.

Tips for co-working from Matt.

Co-working isn’t about the space. It’s about camping with other people who are working.

How to avoid being a coffee shop freeloader.

Sounds of a coffee shop at coffitivity.com

App Recommendation: Slack for group communication.
Book Recommendation: Bear Snores On . Hop on Pop was our favorite.
Contact: Email Matt at theskillery.com

In Nashville, February 24th? Don't miss Start Podcasting Today.

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Ronni Bennett runs Time Goes By, a blog The Washington Post calls “the quintessential seniors’ blog”. She is a radio and television broadcasting veteran who produced shows like 20/20 and The Barbara Walters Specials on ABC. Ronni also produced programs for Lifetime, NBC, PBS and CBS. She was the first managing editor of CBSNews.com.

Talking about age, blogging and networking online and offline.

NBN 41 Show Notes

Join the NBN Club today and meet 100 smart minds who want to help you achieve your professional goals.

Listen to episode 41 in iTunes or Stitcher.

Join other listeners of NBN Radio to network and learn from one another in the NBN Club. Your membership supports this show. Thank you.

Thanks to Chris Spurvey for his excellent networking tip. Record your own here.

The story of how and why Ronni launched her elders blog, Time Goes By.

Ronni and I met at Gnomedex in 2008. Her amazing presentation inspired this interview and my including her blog in my book.

Ronni was the managing editor of CBSNews.com in 1995.

Let is go!

Age is a gift.

Roberto Cabeza’s theory of how the brain comes together with age. The judgement and intuition come together and result in wisdom.

Ronni can leap to a decision and conclusion far faster than when she was younger. She is happier because she has learned to let things go.

We talk about theories on how the sensation of time goes by faster as you get older.

Check out Contactually, the best CRM solution to handle your follow ups and to help make you a networking super star.

Ronni keeps a journal and will scribble down ideas for blog posts. She gets great ideas from her readers too.

She has many long-term projects in her notes too. She’s interested in exploring online dating for seniors.

Derek Miller’s final blog post before he died.

We talk about preserving our digital legacy. You can see an old presentation I did about this topic from BarCamp Nashville several years ago.

We speak about the importance of meeting people in person at meet ups.

design 1 NBN41 Age is a Gift with Ronni BennettRonni shares how networking worked for her through her broadcasting career.

She had a sought after job and was very well connected. People came to her to find jobs and to network.

How Ronni networked her way to running CBSNews.com.

There was only CNN.com when CBSNEws.com started. There was no other online news in 1995.

Ronni was the first to add a photograph to an online news story.

Internet Archive

It’s okay to fail. Try things!

The challenge of looking for the next job.

A Frozen Father (“Let it Go” Dad Parody”) by Scott S. Kramer.

App Recommendation: Portland Public Transit App. Flashlight app.
Book Recommendation: How To Be Old: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Retirement NBN41 Age is a Gift with Ronni Bennett by Richard Gerberding and Marcus Tullius Cicero. Read Ronni’s post about it.
Contact: TimeGoesBy.Net

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Jason ElkinsJason Elkins is a coach, speaker and social marketing strategist with Transparent Social Media. He’s also the creator of 100 Cups of Coffee in 100 Days.

Talking about networking, coffee dates and being the connector

NBN 40 Show Notes

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Check out Contactually, the best CRM solution to handle your follow ups and to help make you a networking super star.

Thanks to Bernie Goldbach for his excellent networking tip. Record your own here.

Jason Elkins helps connect businesses with their audience.

Don’t share a business card, share a life.

Talk to the sponsors when you attend events.

Jason tries to learn the back story of the speakers at conferences before he attends.

How Jason measures the success of his presentations.

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Jason was in a lead sales position. He was called for a meeting expecting a promotion and was suddenly let go.

He decided to launch 100 Cups of Coffee in 100 Days to increase his network and find new clients.

Be consistent and have a genuine interest in people.

The opportunities are out there if we’re diligent and go after them.

He did thirty-eight coffees, which led to enough business to keep him busy.

Jason began blogging or posting on social media about each person he met as his “coffee of the day”.

Jason Elkins on NBN RadioReview your coffee meetings using your calendar. Here’s how.

He spends time after his meetings to provide introductions.

Choose Yourself! by James Altucher.

As you learn someone’s story you can build stronger networks.

Jason is working on a book about his 100 Cups of Coffee in 100 Days concept.

On traditional publishing vs. self-publishing.

Giving birth to a book.

Overcome the fear of networking.

You are who you network with.

Be sure to network where potential clients are.

App Recommendation: Over.
Book Recommendation: The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino and The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien.
Contact: @jason_elkins on Twitter or at Transparent Social Media.

Jason is working on a conference in Nashville. Keep your eyes open for that one.

Featured Podcast: Read to Lead Podcast with Jeff Brown.

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Mark BlevisMark Blevis is a digital public affairs strategist with Full Duplex in Ottawa, Canada. He specializes in research, writing and speaking about public affairs, politics & advocacy. Mark co-authored the best-selling book, TOUCH: Five Factors to Growing and Leading a Human Organization with Tod Maffin.

Mark is also known as a podcasting pioneer who co-hosted Canadian Podcast Buffet and ran the Podcasters Across Borders (PAB) Conference with Bob Goyetche.

Talking about passion, podcasting and reinvention

NBN 39 Show Notes

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Thanks to Margaret Lantz for her excellent networking tip. Record your own here.

Congratulations to Pam Costas for winning a signed copy of my book, New Business Networking.

Mark begins by sharing how attending meet ups led to launching Canadian Podcast Buffer and the Podcasters Across Borders (PAB) Conference.

If you can’t find a local meet up. Create your own.

Find the hole and run to fill it.

Go to where the puck is going to be - Wayne Gretsky.

Bob and Mark chose Kingston, Ontario for PAB as a "mutually inconvenient location".

If it’s something you would enjoy doing. Why not do it?

If you like it, you have to trust that somebody else will.

How Jared Easley (interview here) used Kickstarter to validate the idea for the Podcast Movement Conference.

Mark does his Digital Public Affairs Podcast and blogs as research tools.

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Mark explains how he reinvented himself.

Idle No More

TOUCH: Five Factors to Growing and Leading a Human Organization.

The instant you put a piece of glass between you and the next person, you forget there’s a person on the other side.

If somebody says something and it’s meaningful and valuable, give them something back.

Mark Blevis on NBN RadioMark shares examples of how people use Twitter to engage in a more meaningful way.

Chris Hadfield and his Spade Odditiy video.

People want to see themselves in the moment.

Everyone talks about the home runs companies do. What about the base hits?

OC Transpo using Twitter to connect with passengers.

How companies can use Twitter more personally.

My interview with C.C. Chapman.

Mark writes someone a recommendation on LinkedIn every Sunday.

On the importance of organizing your contacts.

Instead of waiting for the change to come, try to invent the change.

App Recommendation: Omni Focus and Oblique Strategies.
Book Recommendation: An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth: What Going to Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination by Chris Hadfield.
Contact: Mark @ MarkBlevis.com or at FullDuplex.ca.

Check out TouchtheBook.com.

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