A Back Stage Pass to My Life

I am shamelessly stealing this idea from Chris Brogan and Brian Clark. If you aren’t following me on Twitter you should. Assuming you care—and you may not—it is like having a back-stage pass to my life.

A Backstage Pass to @MichaelHyatt

On Twitter, I share such things as:

  • The most important resources I have discovered with links to the sources.
  • Meaningful quotes that have moved me at some deeper level.
  • A behind-the-scenes look at my professional and personal life: how a real-life CEO manages his time, meetings, and important relationships.
  • Interactions with my family members. Most of them are active on Twitter, including my wife, Gail; my oldest daughter, Megan, and her husband, Joel; my second oldest daughter, Mindy; my son-in-law, Chris (who is married to Mary, who doesn’t Twitter); and my daughters, Madeline, and Marissa.

I also share an occasional inappropriate or snarky tweet that I make in a moment of weakness—and can’t pull back.

Question: Are you on Twitter? If so, why should people follow you? What’s the promise?