I wrote a few days ago that communicators should not be a police force. No more hiding in the shadows, monitoring – be the Chief Conversation Starter instead. That takes balls of steel. One way to deal with it: channel that typical mad, drunk uncle at a wedding.
This is someone who drives the edge (aggressively) between mild entertainment value
– “OMG! That was hilariously inappropriate! Buy that man another drink!” –
– “I wish he wasn’t a member of my family so I didn’t have to invite him, but my aunt is such a lovely person and I feel sorry for her.”
Fantastic! I had a presentation slide today on “Mad Drunk Uncle at Wedding” then received this link: http://t.co/gQ7EqE3md0
— Jonathan Anthony (@ThisMuchWeKnow) March 3, 2015
That person, that slightly demented doofus, he is ready to play in the sandpit of modern day life. He is ready to fail – and fall – forward, ready to act and react, ready to perform, ready to pick up (and drop) the mic. Are you?
This is one of #14Actions for you to be ready, when the times comes…
More “mad drunk uncle at a wedding” – that’s what I like to see. http://t.co/PA9orgj87v #CR7
— Jonathan Anthony (@ThisMuchWeKnow) March 24, 2015
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