My Favorite Blogs

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As a husband and father of three, I have a passion surrounding the role Christian Men are to play in their families, communities, churches and businesses.  This particular blog is dedicated to helping men take back the role that we have lost in society.

social pathThe Social Path is written by David Griner or as most know him, @griner from Twitter.  David Griner is a social media strategist for Luckie & Company. He’s also a contributor to Adweek’s blog, AdFreak.com.  His posts are some of the best for those considering using Social Media in their business. David has a great perspective in marketing and does a lot of speaking both in the area and abroad on Social Media and Marketing.  His posts are always a great read.

hrcapitalistAs an HR Pro, Kris Dunn is most interested in the intersection of the HR practice, technology and business results in today’s organizations. He has a strong interest in areas like recruiting and performance management, but keeps an eye towards the thousand other areas that impact HR Generalists at every level (VP, Director, Manager, etc.) as well. His view of HR practices and policies is always unique and forward thinking.  He has a ton of energy and is a great speaker.  I thoroughly enjoy his posts.

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Concept Inc, found at http://www.thinkconcept.com, is a client of mine and SourcePointe is a client of theirs.  The Concept team is an outstanding group of outside of the box thinkers who work with your company to achieve your marketing needs.  Just look at their website and you will see their unique approach to marketing.  I would recommend them to anyone.

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