I am known for being what you want LinkedIn to be.

I’ve passionately helped organizations, candidates and companies communicate and connect with their clients, voters and employees online and off.

I’ve used my enthusiasm for excellent customer service, and company culture, my desire to make things better and my background in publishing to help my clients communicate fearlessly to build trust and foster their own active and engaged communities.

I’ve connected individuals and organizations with resources, facilitating collaboration, increasing hours saved, profits, innovation and growth.

I’ve cultivated conversations and community, understanding that great cultures drive profits, innovation, customer retention, brand loyalty and growth.

I’ve helped organizations, candidates and companies identify their customers’/voters’ problems and motivators, so that they can message them in a way that shows value and identifies opportunities to better serve them. This has resulted in maximized profitability, increased innovation and client loyalty.

But I’m ready for a change. I’m calling it My Act Four. 

But here’s the problem. I have no idea what it looks like. So I’m launching a podcast to figure out my next big thing, my “What’s next?” And I’m choosing to do this in front of everyone. As a recovering perfectionist, this is particularly terrifying.

But I’m going to dive into the messy middle, the part where I am allowing myself to show up imperfect. To change my mind. I’m scared but thrilled to get started. Join me, will you? 

Do you have suggestions? Recommendations? Questions? A topic you’d like me to explore on my podcast? Email me.

4 Responses

  1. GutsyWriter says:

    Just found you on Twitter via Chris Guillebeau and wondering whether you’ll be at the WDS meeting in Portland? I signed up and would like to connect with other participants prior to attending.

  2. maryrarick says:

    I’m so happy that you’ve found me here, Sonia! Unfortunately, I didn’t sign up for the WDS soon enough and so I won’t be able to attend. I’d love to connect when you’re here, though. Your story is inspiring. DM me and let’s plan a tweetup. @Mary_Rarick

  3. Mary Baum says:

    Could NOT agree with you more about auto-DMs. Especially since DMs come to my phone . Do they to everyone’s?

    That means now you’ve interrupted my flow – a privilege otherwise reserved for blood relatives, paying clients and about six other people.

    If you spam me on that channel, I won’t forget it. And the only other one of those other categories you better be aiming for is paying client – or bringer of same …

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