Where Are You Today is on Google Plus Business Pages

“Where Are You Today?” now has a Google Plus business pages. Stop by and add us to your Google Plus circles.

Fast Company Influencers Six Degrees of Separation Project

I was intrigued when I heard about the Fast Company Influencers Six Degrees of Separation project and how we are so tightly connected. As I meet more people, I find the world feels smaller and smaller. It seems like distances are shrinking.

Fast Company just started the Influence Project to create a visual representation of how we are all connected. Check it out the Influence Project and see how we are all one big worldwide family.

You might be surprised at how influential you really are!

Social Networking Throughout Your Career

Algonquin and McHenry County resident April M. Williams announces her new

Join and LIKE Our Where Are You Today Facebook Page

Check out our new Where Are You Today Facebook page for interesting discussion and networking tips. Stop by and “like” our page.

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Got My Positive Charge This Morning

We founded a new monthly networking session at Port Edward in Algonquin. Buffet breakfast and lively, thought provoking conversation for just 10$. Best deal in town. All are welcome. First Wednesday of the month from 8:30AM – 10AM. For more info visit our website.

This morning I facilitated our discussion on sparking latent energy. Sparks of ideas were ignited!

April M. Williams @aprilmwilliams leads this morning's Posi+ineCharge

April M. Williams @aprilmwilliams leads this morning's Posi+ineCharge

Tikis Waikiki Hawaii Tweet with Chris Pirillo

This week, I was invited to meet up with Chris Pirillo tech writer for CNN.com, Traci Toguchi, Ryan Ozawa, Vern Brown and other Hawaii friends.

I write for Vern’s Insider’s Guide to Hawaii travel website 808Talk.com.

We met at Tiki’s Grill overlooking Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean. Chris Pirillo set up a Ustream live feed and you can watch some of the video below. Many other Hawaii social networking friends were there and it was fun to see them in real life.

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