What have our readers been saying about Mojo40? There’s a nice sample below. Perhaps they read our 7 Better Ways to Thank Someone post.
From a recent Steve Kapner tweet (@Skapner) about our Elevator Speech post: Best advice I’ve seen on creating your elevator pitch via @Mojo40_Mavens @iRelaunch Note: Steve founded Aquent, a creative staffing agency
From Steve Barry:
I opened a twitter account a few days ago, and passed onto my neighbor a link to the “starting a blog” articles. My level of ignorance on those two subjects knew no bounds, so these posts definitely help.
From Orly Getter:
I looked at your blog and it was absolutely wonderful! I loved the article about how to write emails and the tips in the subject line – hilarious! Other articles were also super interesting. While I’m not in my 40s (just yet), I thought that the advice is appropriate to anyone.
From Debbie Stier:
For anyone out there who hasn’t yet discovered that mojo begins at 40, they need to read your blog. It’s an amazing resource. Note: Debbie edited both of Gary Vaynerchuk’s books and is on Mashable’s list of 15 Twitter Users Changing the Face of Publishing.
From Jon DeVaul:
I bookmarked your blog! I’ll be reading it regularly. I especially liked the “7 Mistakes…“. I talked about hitting the gym in one of my previous posts and … after reading what you wrote about it, I feel quite a bit better!
From Mark Frankel:
Thanks for the great presentation yesterday … Even for someone who’s already active on FB and other digital media, it was informative and worthwhile. And you convinced me to restart my blog.
From Sandy Michael:
Your workshop class at Connect-to-Care on “Intro to Twitter” was eye-opening! As you saw, it was standing room only. Everyone was eager to get your perspective on how Twitter is a job search site!
From Margaret Riley Dikel:
I love the blog. Excellent advice… I’m going to add you to my listing of resources for the 50+ workforce. Pretty soon 40 is gonna be the new 50 the way the job market is going.
From Robin Zane:
Thanks for making me realize that I often over think everything and get stuck. I actually look forward to receiving the Mojo40.com updates. It gives me validation, I know I am not alone in what I am experiencing.
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