Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

February 14th, 2010

@MicheleBlueston thanks for the reference.

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@dhudgins Thanks. I miss being there too! I’d love to come back next year :-)

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My daughter taught me many years ago how to be “in the moment.” This is one of the most important things children teach us. - @ASanderbeck

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Zig Ziglar: The quickest way to become successful is to help other people succeed - quoted by @ASanderbeck

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@matthewktabor Agreed. I think the ability to constructively handle push back is a key litmus test to function / dysfunction in orgs

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Actions influence others. Words alone do not. from @ASanderbeck

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Be enthusiastic, know what is important to the decision maker (what is the benefit to them & the org) when communicating - f@ASanderbeckbeck

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A good response in many cases: What are you going to do about that? -from @ASanderbeck (keep energy vampires away)

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Great question to use to prevent misunderstandings: What did you mean by that? - from @ASanderbeck

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minding the gap: the difference between a reaction and a response (Steven Covey) - from @ASanderbeck

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You have anyone who presses your buttons? Remember they don’t press your buttons, YOU do. You’re taking the bait. - from @ASanderbeck

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behaviors which are learned can be unlearned - from @ASanderbeck -reminds me of Yoda with Luke: You must UNLEARN that which you have learned

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You have to know your boundaries and then you have to enforce them (personal and professional relationship boundaries) - from @ASanderbeck

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@conebbs right. I wonder when (and if) that tipping point will be crossed? Hopefully it won’t.

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Passive people allow others to violate their rights and boundaries (and some people don’t have boundaries) - from @ASanderbeck

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Honoring and respecting our differences is key - from @ASanderbeck

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You cannot change yourself (your own style) but you can change the approach you use when you work with others - from @ASanderbeck today

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@articulatebrian good tip - for many libraries, however, older computer systems abound, so 64 bit is not an option. Ubuntu is tho!

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@deangroom no problem :-) I had not seen the term fanboi before - you’ve expanded my vocabulary! http://ow.ly/17E9G

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of all the styles we are discussing today, the “relaters” may have the most trouble with change - @ASanderbeck in Norman, OK today

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saying yes to something means saying no to something else - thought from @ASanderbeck today

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@deangroom Well, I did also suggest she run Ubuntu on library computers, and use browsers other than IE like Firefox and Chrome :-)

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Funny library video shared today by @ASanderbeck in Norman OK at Pioneer Library PD day http://ow.ly/17DZF

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Question from a librarian today: How do you avoid viruses & malware working online? My answer: I use an Apple computer. ;-)

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New blog post: Communication in the Digital Age (via ShareTabs) http://bit.ly/cNG5iC

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My sharetab links for today’s preso for the Pioneer Library System: Communication in the Digital Age http://www.sharetabs.com…

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@ittosde @JSW_EdTech It was fun - really missed Ares and Clarisse, however, as characters!

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New blog post: Embedding Video in a VoiceThread: Role Playing Annabeth Chase from The Lightning Thief (book) http://bit.ly/9suxmx

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