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We use words to answer questions, to make suggestions, to make sales. Which words work best for our business? And where do we find them? You might find it ironic that in an attempt to find more customers, you actually will find those works from your customers. How...
Just like we need a balanced meal for our bodies, research done by neuropsychiatrists Dan Siegel and David Rock tell us that we need a platter of brain food for a healthy mind. Including the following seven activities for your gray matter in your daily diet, your brain will function much better. Let’s take a look at how we should spend time for our brain.
“Good morning is a contradiction of terms.” That was Garfield’s motto, the orange cartoon cat Jim Davis created years ago. If we start our day like grumpy Garfield, the rest of our day may not get much better. That won’t get us very far, so let’s see some ways we can put a positive spin to our day by what we do in the morning.
It’s not always going to be easy. You’ll have dry times when there are few sales. You might even start doubting yourself, doubting your business. That’s exactly when you need to boost yourself. How do you do that? Let’s find out.
Your business will only boom when you get the word out. Unless you’ve got super powers, you’ll need to use these four marketing channels to tell others about your product or service. It’s best not to choose just one channel – the more of them you use, the better chance you’ll have of reaching more customers for your business. This blog will take a look at each one.
When you walk down the aisle and graduate with your classmates, you may figure that your studies are done. You’ve finally learned enough to move on. Don’t stop there! Your life will be so much more meaningful if you now begin to learn what you want to learn – not just what you have to learn. Get a hobby – learn a language – take on a project. Why is it important to keep on learning?
Even though we wear armor on the outside, often we are riddled with fear on the inside. What are we afraid of? The top 10 most common fears are flying, public speaking, heights, the dark, intimacy, death, failure, rejection, spiders, and commitment. Look at that? Rattlesnakes didn’t even make the list! So how can we deal with our fears and get on with our life? Let’s take a look.
Traffic engineers have masterminded the most efficient way for us to get from Point A to Point B. Without these intricate highways, we would lose all sorts of time going up hill and dale, like they did in years gone by on dirt roads. How can we engineer our days so that we get from Point A to Point B more efficiently–and effectively? Let’s look at several things we can do to tighten up our journey.
This pile is overwhelming, isn’t it? Postcards, photographs, and who knows what else. Organizing these may be a task that no one has yet tackled, but once it has been done, it would be easy to find one item out of all of these. The same thing happens in our Inbox. We get email messages from all over the globe about topics that run the gamut. Do we just let these messages add up, add up, add up – making our mailbox as overwhelming as this pile? Instead, we can use a mail management strategy to keep track of the messages we have on hand. Let’s look at this simple strategy using folders that begin with a T.