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State Of Mobile 2011: CEO of Millennial Media + Panel

Today I was on the State of Mobile panel, hosted by Paul Sherman of Potomac Tech Wire at the Ritz Carlton in McLean, VA.

Paul Palmieri, the President & CEO of Millennial Media was the keynote, followed by the panel, which was comprised of:

I've got a video of the entire 2+hour event.  It begins with Paul's keynote, followed by the panel at minute 37.

And speaking of Paul Palmieri, I have to give him props.  He's a really friendly guy.  I'd never met him, but he actually came up to me to say hello.  Here's the CEO of one of the hottest and fastest-growing companies in the mobile space taking the time to seek me out and say hello.  It was noticed and appreciated, and it made me wonder if Millennial Media is succeeding out of sheer force of awesomeness of its CEO.

Today I was on the State of Mobile panel, hosted by Paul Sherman of Potomac Tech Wire at the Ritz Carlton in McLean, VA. Paul Palmieri, the President & CEO of Millennial Media was the keynote, followed by the panel, which was comprised of: Charles Curran, General Partner, Valhalla Partners Matt Jones, VP Mobile Strategy and Operations, Gannett Daniel Odio, Co-Founder and COO, PointAbout Ran Farmer, Managing Director, NetBiscuits Moderator - Paul Sherman, Editor, Potomac Tech Wire I've got a video of the entire 2+hour event.  It begins with Paul's keynote, followed by the panel at minute 37. And speaking of Paul Palmieri, I have to give him props.  He's a really friendly guy.  I'd never met him, but he actually came up to me to say hello.  Here's the CEO of one of the hottest and fastest-growing companies in the mobile space taking the time to seek me out and say hello.  It was noticed and appreciated, and it made me wonder if Millennial Media is succeeding out of sheer force of awesomeness of its CEO. Here's the video: Here's the Twitter stream from the event: // And here's another picture I took:

No Sloppy Thinking

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Daniel Odio just posted "No Sloppy Thinking: A Framework To Achieve Your Goals" which referenced one important exercise I've done with a lot of people -- which is looking at Dalio's goal-achieving framework, and figuring out where you're strong and weak.

Odio is a fantastic guy, sharp thinker, and that post is a worthy short read. Check it out.

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