The other night, I enjoyed the company of three awesome people who use the Twitter hashtag #pmot (project managers on Twitter).
It was nice to hear why someone else would blog about project management, why they would engage others on Twitter, or who they thought was interesting in the project management community.
We talked; we laughed; we shared stories. What I found most intriguing was we weren’t all that different.
If you ever get a chance to attend a Tweetup, I say go for it! It’s not like one of those swarmy networking events where someone you’ve never met walks up to you and hands you a business card. These are people you’ve interacted with before. You all have a similar interest. You’re not there to sell anything. You go, have a few drinks, and enjoy the company. It was really nice to shake their hands, making that direct connection. Though I enjoying singing praises of people on #FollowFriday or tweeting back and forth, it doesn’t top meeting them in person.
I hope I didn’t talk to much. I get so excited, I sometimes can’t help myself. Next time, I won’t drink the pot of coffee and will just listen. Thank you Joseph, Jhaymee, and Michiko for a wonderful night. And thank you again, Joseph, for picking up the tab!