Archive for ‘Working and Health Activism’

September 21st, 2011

Live Viewing – Health Activist How To: Analytics

by Amanda

As a leader of a health community, it’s important to keep an eye on your progress. You work hard on presenting the best info, stories, and truly connecting with others. A great way to check the pulse (medical puns are always welcome) of your community is through tracking and analytics. If you’ve ever wondered – I want to know …Read More

September 19th, 2011

Health Activist How To: In Person Events Part 1

by Amanda

Every day, it seems there are more in person events for Health Activists and their communities. Whether it’s a conference, an awareness event, a tweet-up, a networking event, or something in our Speakers Bureau Program – there are so many important offline events to attend. By getting involved, it’ll help solidify your …Read More

September 15th, 2011

Your Health At Work – Thoughts on Disclosure

by Amanda

You can’t talk about Working and Health Activism (or working and living with a chronic condition) without discussing the topic of disclosure. Way back in March we talked all about health disclosure and the “do you tell?” question. Health Activists had a lot to say on this topic. Today Tayla shares a bit more into the decision-making process behind disclosure …Read More

September 12th, 2011

Health Activism and Limited Time

by Amanda

Today’s post is about something many of us struggle with – time management. When you’re balancing a variety of things – it’s challenging to make sure everything is getting enough attention. Colin delves into the concept of time management and offers some tips for keeping things organized when you’re …Read More

September 8th, 2011

Interviewing Health Activists: Marla Murasko, Special Mom Entrepreneur

by Amanda

Today we have an interview with an awesome Health Activist – Marla Murasko – who you may recognize from last month’s Advocating For Others webinar. This interview is a look into Marla’s advocacy and hints at our September topic: Working and Health Activism. Marla started her own online community for Mom Entrepreneurs who are also passionate about Special Needs causes. When she’s not …Read More

September 7th, 2011

Lessons learned in the workplace

by Amanda

When entrenched in your work, you’re bound to learn a lot about yourself: what gets you excited, what you’re awesome at, what you aren’t so great at, what you like, what you dislike, what you’re truly passionate about, and where you want to go next. You’re also going to learn particular skills that …Read More

September 6th, 2011

Share your thoughts: New time for our #HAchat

by Amanda

We have hosted (and loved) our first two Health Activist Tweetchats (#HAchat) but we want to make the chat even better! As we’ll be discussing more this month – everyone is on different, very busy schedules – but we’d really like to pick a time for #HAchat that works for as many Health Activists as possible and host it as …Read More

September 2nd, 2011

Working… and Health Activism

by Amanda

There’s something about the end of summer and the beginning of Fall that reminds us we still have some time left to buckle down and accomplish great things this year.

For the month of September, we’ll be focusing on the idea of working and being a Health Activist. That encompasses a lot of …Read More