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Tara McMullin: I started my very first blog back on Xanga in 2003, and I might be your internet grandma. I used my Xanga blog to share what I was thinking about my senior year of college and process a lot of the reading that why not try here I was doing about my field of study, contemporary and postmodern Christian theology. And it was also full of personal updates and the musings of a 21-year-old young woman. Through my Xanga blog, I got to connect with people online. Some were old friends from high school, others were strangers from the internet.
And I had the most incredible debate teacher, Mrs. David. She was this tiny little four-foot Indian woman. And she’s to wear her red sari. But she was just like, „Suzanne, you have to make your point. You have to speak clearly. You have to convince the audience that what you’re saying is like what they have to believe.“ So I really learned quite young to really hone in on a message that landed, which when I think back like now that I think back to it, I’m just like, that was such a great training ground for what I do now as a branding consultant and coach. (mehr …)