As many of you know, last year I earned the privilege of parenthood after giving birth to my first child.
What you may not have been aware of… I also birthed my digital baby: How2 Social – a social education and mentoring platform.
My intent: Give everyone, no matter what their current skill set online, the opportunity to social with confidence.
In the year since, I have been splitting parenting duties between my now toddler and evolving the How2Social business concept while also setting myself the task of getting down and dirty in the back end of the build.
Admittedly, it has taken me a lot longer to get to this point than I originally thought it would, but that in itself has been an invaluable learning for me as well!
Which is why I am so thrilled to be able to introduce you to How2Social.com
Think of it as a concierge for social.
Built for the express purpose of enabling people of all ages and ability in and around social and digital media technology.
In the original stage we are launching with four distinct programs. They are:
Each of them are umbrella programs for an array of content specific, social media enabling, practical How2guides with the added and personalised benefit of a dedicated mentor to help you build your skill and confidence while building your brand for personal and/ or professional use.
It was important to me to develop a quality and individualised solution for people to learn and evolve their skill set in a ‘safe place’.
That’s why at How2Social we don’t mass produce solutions.
Each program is specifically tailored to the individual and very specific needs of members wherever they find themselves on the journey that is social.
Membership is free and the programs are intentionally affordable.
When you have a moment, please visit www.how2social.com and if I can assist you in anyway, please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Additionally, if you know anyone who would benefit from How2Social education products and mentoring services, then please forward them my details and ask them to contact me directly.
Thank you so much for taking the time to be here with me and celebrate the latest stage of my social technology journey. I am very grateful for your continued support.
xo Tiff xo
Emirates nail it again! #Brilliant #LoveCleverCreatives
When the Carolina Panthers took the field for SuperBowl 50, it was the first time ever, ranked #1. The fact it was at Levis Stadium, probably meant it tasted a little sweeter.
While the media fixated on the oldest starting quarter-back in SuperBowl history, the Bronco’s 39 year old Peyton Manning’s arm strength and possible storybook career ending with a championship ring (which would also see him claim another record 200 games);
Sports lovers settled back from sponsor – led commentary to consider the stats and if a herd of (Denver) Broncos really is strong enough to defeat a pride of (Carolina) Panthers.
Out of context, this type of talk might get one investigated by animal services, in sportstalk – it’s the most logical question of the year.
Based on form, and the rise of the Panthers, you might be likely to give them a headstart, but this is Super Bowl and on game day anything can (and usually does) happen.
The Super Bowl pre game hype is all about the advertisers, and while the revealing of the Super Bowl ads are a huge part of game day, the focus turns to the form, fitness and delivery of the players and how they deal with the pressures on the SB50 field.
Well…at least until The Pepsi Halftime Show – featuring Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars begins.
The Mother of Little Monsters, Lady Gaga – was a walking tribute to the nations flag and the consummate professional artfully delivering a rousing rendition of Star Spangled Banner.
The accompanying fighter jet fly over reinforcing what we already know: there isn’t a bigger spectacle on the annual sporting calendar than the NFL’s SuperBowl.
Where even the players have to wait 10 minutes or so after running onto the field – while the coin toss is conducted with NFL legend Joe Montana doing the honours this year – for play to get underway.
But when the kick-off whistle finally blows and the bucking Broncos take an early lead with the meeting of the first and second picks of the 2011 NFL draft, Newton and Miller wrestling the ball loose for Johnson to head over the line (in his 70th career game) for his first career Touch Down- and the first of #SB50 in only the 7th minute of play…
SuperBowl 50 really is where history is being made…
The #PepsiHalfTimeShow featuring a Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Beyonce #MashUp was a true entertainment highlight that set the Twittersphere alight.
Full Time: Denver Broncos 24 def Carolina Panthers 10
#MPV @ #SB50 = Denver Broncos’ Von Miller #58
History is made:
Let the confetti fall!
— NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2016
On 4 June 1995, Japan Rugby Union’s national side, the Sakura (Cherry Blossoms) took the field against the New Zealand All Blacks at the Rugby World Cup in South Africa, only to suffer a humiliating 145-17 defeat.
In 2003, in their opening game at Rugby World Cup, they threw everything at Scotland, earning a standing ovation from the Townsville, Queensland crowd and a guard of honour from the Scots at full time.
On 19 September 2015, the Brave Blossoms took the field against twice rugby world cup champions, South Africa’s Springboks and fought their way to victory with a tenacious 34-32 win in injury time.
At the Japanese helm, was a previously deposed former Australian national coach, and Australian hooker, Eddie Jones.
A man, some players and officials in Australian rugby circles preferred to ridicule rather than support with resources and common courtesies when he was at the helm of the Wallabies, ACT Brumbies and Qld Reds.
Thankfully for World Rugby, Japan Rugby Union had a little more foresight and embraced a stray Aussie with Japanese heritage and an affinity with the land of the rising sun.
Subsequently, a man who has already confirmed he will be stepping down post #RWC2015 has gallantly and intelligently led the Brave Blossoms to their first RWC Cup win against a top tier nation.
Take a bow Eddie, can’t wait to see what your boys deliver for the rest of the tournament.
I’ve thought it, but never heard it mentioned in commentary.
Unexpectedly, a British tennis player has put the most natural of monthly events front and centre during performance discussions at the 2015 Australian Open.
In a tournament that saw World No.1 Roger Federer dismissed in Round Two by Italian Andreas Seppi, only to be sent packing by Australian 19 year old wunkerkid Nick Kyrgios prior to the quarter finals and Serena Williams power through all would be rivals to her 18 major grand slam win, we have also witnessed the rise of a discussion previously considered too delicate to discuss through sports media circles: Menstruation in Pro Sport.
Up until 2015, the female menstrual cycle has been the elephant in women’s dressing rooms around the world amateur and pro alike. However, that taboo would appear to have been lifted thanks to British tennis player, Heather Watson attributing nausea and dizziness on court to ‘girl things’ in her Round 1 loss to Bulgarian Tsvetsana Pironkovato.
Now while some of you may cringe behind your manly, mans, man look at the world, there are physical differences beyond the obvious between male and female athletes.
The impact of the physiological on performance significant.
Women are mentally tough. We might play the damsel in distress now and then, but really that’s just us being lazy and our way of saying ‘ I just want someone to look after for a little while’.
I applaud Watson’s honesty. Sometimes Mother Nature really does hold a girl back from being at her best, but I wonder: when is too much information, too much information…?
Call me old fashioned, but while there’s definitely a time and place for open comms about preparation and performance in sport, it could be argued that some things are better left to the imagination and fan speculation.