Here are your latest and greatest tweets that helped me run my small business this week. #tweetsoftheweek
It's not when did we make a change? It's how often did we make a change? Good ideas are worth implementing.
— Shep Hyken (@Hyken) June 5, 2014
Success means embracing the raw force that propels you forward/ignoring the whiners determined to reverse your course. #yourmarktingsucks
— Mark Stevens/MSCO (@yourmktingsucks) June 5, 2014
Everything you're experiencing right now actually happened 80 milliseconds ago.
— UberFacts (@UberFacts) June 5, 2014
Leonardo da Vinci wrote his own CV in the 1480s, to apply for a job. It is *fabulous*: http://t.co/xaUhqUuQTb
— Clive Thompson (@pomeranian99) June 5, 2014
Here's a bright idea: State your actual title in your Twitter bio.
— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) June 5, 2014
— Harvey Mackay (@HarveyMackay) June 5, 2014
It’s not having a mess on their hands that causes leaders to fail; it’s how the mess is handled. http://t.co/lLNYk8Ktn5
— Rosabeth Moss Kanter (@RosabethKanter) June 5, 2014
"Today's weekly team meeting is on responsible cellphone and internet usage in the workplace LOL" she tweeted from her iPhone.
— TwitnterIsComing (@OhNoSheTwitnt) June 5, 2014
Your title is Director of Technology, so it'd be nice if you could manage to connect to WebEx without involving the help desk.
— Meeting Boy (@MeetingBoy) June 4, 2014
What doesn't kill me doesn't make me stronger. I'm still just very alive and very weak.
— Dominic (@Sarcasticsapien) June 5, 2014
"Twitter is a waste of time" I whisper to myself as I log on and spend the rest of my existence retweeting strangers.
— Freckled Warrior (@WarriorFreckled) June 5, 2014
Currently breaking all the rules for coffee. This will totally end well. Who needs sleep anyway? Or sanity?
— Kat Howard (@KatWithSword) June 4, 2014
Apple is the reigning king of the developer ecosystem. No one cares more or does more for developers.
— Dave Morin (@davemorin) June 2, 2014
Non famous people with famous-people names following you on Twitter is the best way to feel excited for two seconds.
— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) June 5, 2014
How hard can it be to make the dialogue box asking how helpful a web page was pop up as you leave rather than when you arrive?
— John Rentoul (@JohnRentoul) June 4, 2014
Apple needs to bring back "I'm a Mac. I'm a PC …" but for iOS and Android.
— Alexia Tsotsis (@alexia) June 4, 2014
NO such thing as educational TV or a 'learning experience' - EVERYTHING is educational. Learn from EVERYTHING.
— Carrie Wilkerson (@CarrieWilkerson) June 4, 2014
I get it. Everybody on Twitter 1. Wants to be a billionaire and 2. Is deeply concerned about income equality.
— Hugh MacLeod (@gapingvoid) June 5, 2014
Twitter allows for sometimes jarring but always illuminating wide range of opinions--keeps us in touch w/ those who don't share our beliefs.
— Joyce Carol Oates (@JoyceCarolOates) June 5, 2014
— Christopher Penn (@cspenn) June 5, 2014
Every Friday Square goes out for 30 minutes to pick up trash around our neighborhood. We've picked up 3,300 pounds of trash over 5 months.
— Jack Dorsey (@jack) June 5, 2014
I hope one day to make films for people to glance at while they look at their phones.
— calehartmann (@calehartmann) June 5, 2014
Watching a grandmother curate her Pinterest page on an iPad is a good reminder of how narrow is my view of how people actually use tech.
— Christopher Mims (@mims) June 3, 2014
Don't send an email if you're angry. Wait a while. Have a couple of drinks. Get yourself really worked up. And then send it.
— Gary Janetti (@GaryJanetti) June 4, 2014
If you're stuck in a "Reply All" email cycle, toss your computer out the window and start a new life. It's much easier to get out that way.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) June 4, 2014
According to human resources I'm not a "fashion icon" and "business sweats" don't exist.— Jay (@theshamingofjay) June 2, 2014