Trying To Make Our Twitter Experience Trash Free

If you are reading this post it is most likely because

1. I sent you a Twitter Reply

2. You are currently following me

The reason I am writing this post is because I want to separate the Diamonds from the dirt.

In the past while Twitter has begun to overflow with;

spammers – Not enjoying these at all

Smut – The Internet really needs rules

Affiliate and Network Marketers – Nothing wrong in general. I just don’t want my screen filled with marketing every other minute.

Advertisers - I don’t want to be sold something every other minute either.

So I am asking you to decide if you want to continue to follow me.

So here is why I am on Twitter.

  • I am PASSIONATE about Coaching. I want to share my insights as an Executive and Life Coach
  • I am PASSIONATE about Business. I’ve been building businesses for over 25 years. I want to share what I have learned.
  • I want to encourage you to think and feel deeply.
  • I want to give in a way that will be of benefit to you.
  • I want to make you laugh from your belly (with clean humor).
  • Once in a while I even want to get you dancing.


I am not here to sell you anything. Though I plan to grow my coaching practice through the various social networks, I am not looking to “sell” my services. I am here to give value, and if you wish to hire me because of the value I give, then I will be honored to serve.

It’s up to you

If you feel that you would like to be Socially Networked with me you can:

  1. Tweet a reply with “Yes Follow” in it. – I will “lock” you in my followers list.
  2. Subscribe to my Blogcast.
  3. Subscribe in the RSS

If you don’t want to continue following then tweet reply “No Follow”, and I will block you so I do not disturb you again.

I hope this well help to create an environment where we can share great value with each other.

All the best,

Rob Moshe

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