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What a Twit: Part II

I've done this before and I think it could make a nice quarterly feature on this blog. This is when I take my latest favourite tweets (in no particular order) and share them with you. I hope you find them inspirational, interesting, funny and/or entertaining. If you are on Twitter too, you may consider following some of these great tweeps!

Sarah Thompson @SarahonDrum
NEW BLOG: The Importance of Words

Ryan Van Duzer @duzer
I'll leave you with this Best video I ever made.

Chris Brogan @chrisbrogan
Spend time on what you can affect and what you can do to nourish your future. Everything else is wasted time.

Steve Murray @NPSteve
My girlfriend handles all of our financials and I'm in charge of pushing elevator buttons.

Alain de Botton @alaindebotton
Only in a relationship with someone who couldn't teach us anything would there be no arguments.

Susan E @torontosuze
What I need in my life is more opportunities to wear cocktail dresses.

Jeff Bean @BikeCrave
Bike Racer. #tommeke

Tim Siedell @badbanana
Instagram, one billion dollars. Annie Leibovitz, broke. And that's our modern world in a nutshell.

Chris Voss @chrisvoss
It’s not who you are that holds you back, it’s who you think you’re not. - Unknown

Andrea M. @aem2
Who has seen the wind? / Neither you nor I / But when the cyclists are standing still / The wind is being a bastard.

Sarah Thompson @SarahonDrum
Sometimes we just need someone to say, if you give me faith, I will give my very best to "us"

Kristen Bussandri @KristenSongs
Just locked eyes with @davidusher in the Old Port...He's still gorgeous. Gonna listen to some of his awesome music now.

Corey Mintz @coreymintz
If only subways ran on misplaced resentment.

Mark Macaluso @MarkAMacaluso
The biggest reason I am disappointed by my current status in life is that my house does not have a moat...

David Voth @SexCigarsBooze
No matter how busy you are, if you care, you’ll always find the time.

The Love Stories @TheLoveStories
Never say goodbye when you still want to try. Never give up when you can still take it. Never say you don't love them when you can't let go!

Sarah Thompson @SarahonDrum
Opportunity only matters if you do the work.

nyvelocity @nyvelocity
With the Giro coming tomorrow, we're going to need a good Italian translation for "Shit's about to get real."

Shawn Micallef @shawnmicallef
May have been small fire in apt above. Always difficult on Church St to figure out if something is flaming or not.

Kevin Costain @calwell
Consulting: How do you stay motivated?

Jeff Gibbard @jgibbard
Greet everyone and shake everyone's hand as if they are the most important person in the world.

Disneywords @disneywords
Sun and rain, so different. Yet, only by working together do they create harmony and life. –Fa Zhou (Mulan II)

JJ Thompson @jjtho
I only had one wedding to attend this summer, and it was the persons third. I'm either getting older or more vapid.


  1. Wow!!! Thank you so much for the mention here! It's so wonderful that you liked the article enough to add it to your blog. Thank you Michelle!


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