According to WeAreSocial... there are currently over 2 billion active Social Media accounts world wide. Are you capitalizing on this trend (that is showing no sign of slowing down, but rather, picking up speed) to help share your message and connect with peers and potential partners?
At a recent event in Denver ... Chronic Disease Awareness Day
I was fortunate enough to cross paths with the following individuals, all of whom are working towards making a positive impact in the lives of those suffering from and being effected by chronic disease (Cancer, Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Diabetes etc.).
“We’re not going to re-imagine healthcare just through the largest and most powerful organizations that have dominated the space for the past fifty years. And it won’t happen with startups alone. We have to do it together. Because if we don’t, we are trending towards a five trillion dollar problem that can bring our country to its knees.”
Dr. Huntington Potter
Our current research is devoted to laboratory and clinical investigation of neurodegenerative diseases, particularly Alzheimer’s disease. We are currently investigating the mechanism of chromosome mis-segregation and searching for means to prevent or reverse it.
"The worst part of my cancer journey was the wait. Not the pain from the cancer and treatment, but the wait from the time of diagnosis to when I began treatments. Many other survivors I talk to share the same experience.”
SURVIVEiT® was born out of the fear and frustration that Matt and his family experienced while they searched for a solution. They learned that cancer doesn’t slow down for us to find the best treatment options. It doesn’t wait for us to find our spiritual centers. Cancer finds us wherever we are in our lives.
With SURVIVEiT®, we can meet cancer with a plan. We can be ready. We can be fearless.
Chronic Care Collaborative
The Chronic Care Collaborative (CCC) is made up of 34 different voluntary health organizations representing a wide range of chronic diseases. The CCC is dedicated to improving access to quality, affordable, and integrated healthcare.
The Collaborative meets at least monthly to discuss policies important to member organizations and their constituents. The CCC advocates at the Capitol to the State General Assembly every year on Chronic Disease Awareness Day where we educate legislators about the burdens of chronic disease on families, budgets, and people’s lives.
How many people do you think we have within our combined networks?
Tens of thousands? Hundreds of thousands?
How big of an impact could we make if we share our experience of the event with our respected networks?
How much change and opportunity can YOU initiate by sharing and connecting via social media?
Think about who you cross paths with in person and then how you can stay connected via social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).
Imagine the power of sharing various updates, articles, events and opportunities. Social media is an extremely powerful tool, which can make an incredibly positive impact.
Are you maximizing the potential?
Who can you reach out to that may have an interest in helping you reach your goals or share your message? Where do they hang out?
Here's a great article, complete with infographics, on the breakdown of all the major players in social media from SproutSocial.
Bottom line...reach out, connect and share with the genuine intention of helping those who see your message. Strive to engage and make a positive impact...the world is at your fingertips...waiting to hear your message.
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