Thanks a Bunch

Thanks a bunch, blogging, FrankSonnenbergOnline

Who says no one cares about moral character, personal values, and personal responsibility? I’m pleased to report that this month marks the five-year anniversary of FrankSonnenbergOnline. According to projections, this year our blog will attract just shy of half a million visitors from around the world. It’s also worth mentioning that the blog has been recognized… [Read More]

9 Keys to Twitter Success

Twitter, Twitter success, social media, Frank Sonnenberg

Twitter offers a gateway to wonderful people and access to vast resources, but there’s an etiquette that should be followed to achieve Twitter success. Here are nine lessons I’ve learned to achieve Twitter success: Twitter is a megaphone to the world. It’s remarkable how far a good idea can travel on social media. I am still… [Read More]

Mind Your Manners

manners, etiquette, courtesy, Frank Sonnenberg

Can you read people’s minds? It’s not really that hard. What do people think when they see someone eat with their mouth open, slam the door in someone’s face, cut someone off in the middle of a sentence, shout across the room, use foul language, look like a slob, bark orders instead of saying “please”… [Read More]

The Blame Game

Blame, pointing fingers, Excuses, personal responsibility, Frank Sonnenberg

When our kids were young, they’d run around the house and hurt themselves by accidentally running into a chair. So we played the “blame game” and put the blame on the chair: “Ouch. That hurt! Why did you get in my way? We were having so much fun until YOU spoiled it all. Who do… [Read More]