Welcome to Journeyscript.com

Thank you for taking the time to check out journeyscript.com.

Whether you know me from Twitter (@journeyscript), where I participate in chats like #usguys and #smfastfwd, or as a client or friend in person, I’m glad you’ve stopped by and look forward to interacting with you on this new site.

This website/blog is still in the works, but if you have a minute, feel free to take a look around! You can find out more about me and about the name, explore some of my favorite links and resources, or share your own thoughts.

In the coming weeks, I’ll be posting regularly as part of a blogging challenge, sharing a book list of the 26 books I plan to read this year, and continuing to tweak and update this website, from posting a current portfolio to sharing what I learn from various social media events I plan to attend this month. I hope you’ll keep checking back!

Let me know how I can serve you, and thank you for following me as I set out on this new journey of blogging.

“The journey is the treasure.” –  Lloyd Alexander                                                                                    – Olivia

 



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  • http://sproutsocial.com/insights Don Power – Managing Editor Sprout Social: Insights Blog

    Hi Olivia!

    Found you/following you on Twitter (and now your blog) via interaction on #Usguys

    Congrats on your blog launch – it’s a big milestone – a tangible imprint in the digital world and a personal confirmation that you are ‘doing’ as opposed to ‘researching’.

    Regarding your goal of reading 26 books this year, I thought you might like to read a blog post from @julien – he’s the no-nonsense co-author of Trust Agents who I met and chatted with last year. I trust his perspective – also a great person to follow on Twitter.

    In any event, here’s his personal advice on how (and why!) to read a book a week: http://ow.ly/3wNgq

    Cheers and Good Fortune!

    – Don
    aka @donpower

    • Olivia

      Thanks for taking the time to comment, Don!

      I used to be an avid reader, but while I still read quite a bit online, it’s been a while since I’ve taken the time to sit down and delve into some books for fun or education.

      I had a vague desire to “read more” this year, but @TomMoradpour and @davefleet (who in turn had been influenced by @julien) inspired me to take up this specific challenge.

      Following @julien’s encouragement (in the post you linked) to stay ahead of schedule, I read my first book this past Saturday, and am well into my second. I plan to blog about my plans in a bit more detail soon.

      I appreciate the cheers and good fortune – may you be blessed with the same!

  • http://karamidwife.com Kara Rowley

    Thanks for letting me know about your new blog. I look forward to reading your thoughts, encountering new ideas and insights.