Resources: More Love than Money Changing Hands

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

Social networks are powerful systems of communication and change and operate above the level of social media.

Social media, like the ones you are using now are the fuel of some – though no where near all – social network machines. Being well placed in social networks helps your life work better and being not so well placed puts you at a disadvantage. Have a look at this introductory academic paper on social network theory More Love Than Money… (5 pages). Believe it or not social networks can make you thin, fat, friendly, hostile, wildly excited, happy or demur!

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