The “140 Principle”

With all the buzz around twitter these days I have started to really apply the 140 (character) limit to a lot of things. So many times we get in business networking situations where we meet people, ask about their company/service and end up the victim of a semi-well rehearsed, passionately lengthy, or even (heaven forbid) forcibly boring pitch about themselves. Not that a pitch is wrong or bad but you know what I mean. And we’ve all been there at one time or another, right?

So… What if you only had 140 characters to make that pitch? What would yours be?

What other things should the “140 Principal” be applied to?

About the Author

I am originally from Washington state. I moved to Phoenix in 1993 to go to school and recently moved back to Seattle. I like sitting at home, playing on my laptop, experimenting with new ideas, playing with various gadgets and watching movies.

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