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
Gene Marks CPA is a small business expert and analyst and the author of five best selling books on business management including "The Manufacturer's Book of Lists," "In God We Trust, Everyone Else Pays Cash" and "Outfoxing The Small Business Owner."
Gene is President of The Marks Group PC, a ten person technology and management consulting firm that serves more than six hundred companies around the country. Gene was formerly a senior manager at the international accounting firm of KPMG. You can follow him on Twitter @genemarks.