Blogging is a hobby for most of the bloggers, but a professional blogger can only understand the benefits of real blogging and the amount of respect and money one can earn. Travel blogging is such category which requires a lot of hard work. However, all the labor pains will disappear once the results start to… Continue
Added by Emma Foster on January 4, 2016 at 7:31am —
No, seriously it is. I’m not complaining about the process, just making an observation. Some of you know, I’m in the throws of editing my book, The Immense Center at the moment. The process requires me to Kill my Darlings. Yeah, you read… Continue
Added by Michael Allen Williamson on July 25, 2015 at 9:00am —
Social media is a great way to reach and engage with your audience; however, not all social media sites are created equal and may not be for your business. You need to be strategic in your social media efforts to increase exposure and expand your brand. Each social media site can be looked at as a modern networking event; it happens every day throughout the day. It can bring more exposure than the regular in-person networking events although those events are important as well. The difference… Continue
Added by Angela Chatham on July 3, 2015 at 9:30am —
Creative, high-tech eLearning instructional designers are the new content marketers. | An HR recruiter
I've been a ghost writer of countless blogs for organizational management companies, fund raising companies, and money management firms. The formula is fairly consistent—present a problem, offer a solution, and end with a call to action. Typically, the blog posts are more about persuading the reader to utilize the company's… Continue
Added by Terry Hadaway on May 27, 2015 at 9:46am —
It seems like almost every day, there is another online tool, group, or community to get involved with and add to our stretched schedule.
I don't know about you, but the thought of having to manage and keep up with just one more thing is enough to… Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on February 18, 2014 at 12:00pm —
"Keep it simple." That's what we say, right? Whether we're launching a new business or putting together a military campaign one of the keys to success is a clear understanding of the overall objective.
The complexity comes in when we have multiple lines of effort involved. Let's think about our marketing effort for our new coaching offering. The objective is to add 5 new coaching clients in the next 90 days. Do meet this objective we use three different lines of effort.
Added by Lee Flint on February 16, 2014 at 7:07am —
I speak at a lot of events for business owners and entrepreneurs and regularly get asked how to grow a business and get found online. While there are many ways to do this, I've found that these 10 items are the best way to get started. And the good thing is that these items don't take a lot of time.
1. Add Regular Content to Your Website
Every company wants to get leads and sales from… Continue
Added by Jeff Long on October 25, 2013 at 7:14am —
I haven’t been blogging for about a month because I honestly have been racking my brain on how to do this that and the other. Honestly, my brain has been a MESS. Kind of like When you have a husband, children and a lot of dreams you constantly ruminate about and how those things can get hectic in your mind pretty quickly.…
Added by Maritza Molis on August 21, 2013 at 10:15am —
A problem clearly stated is a problem half solved. ~ Fortune Cookie I ate Last Month
by Pete Ferguson
Learning is an art form which needs to be perfected over and over again.
The need to continually question the "why" behind what we do drives the passion needed to find creative solutions to the problems we face at… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on June 19, 2013 at 8:00am —
Whatever your life's work is, do it well. A man should do his job so well that the living, the dead, and the unborn could do it no better. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
by Pete Ferguson
Recently my brother-in-law applied for a job with… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on June 3, 2013 at 8:30am —
It was just over a year ago that I sat with pencil in hand at the Sanctuary and wrote down the goal to write at least four blogs a week for a year.
Throughout the summer I wanted to abandon the deal, but I stuck with it and I've seen great success.
At the time I wrote the goal, I was ready to spring from my corporate job, start a coaching career, burn all bridges and move on.
But I have a family and I got a new boss, Farnoosh Brock helped me navigate corporate waters… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on June 1, 2013 at 6:25am —
We are the hero of our own story. ~ Mary McCarthy
by Pete Ferguson
Often we look to others for heroic acts. We want to be delivered from our current misery or predicament through someone else's actions.
I recently watched "… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on May 24, 2013 at 8:43am —
If a square peg doesn’t fit a round hole, neither the peg nor the hole is to blame. ~ Jeffrey Bryant
by Pete Ferguson
Last night I came home to a very tearful and broken seven-year-old… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on May 7, 2013 at 7:37am —
by Pete Ferguson
This morning I got up and ran three miles with my wife.
While I enjoyed running into exhaustion in high school and college to work out stress, chronic back pain and a knee surgery halted my running career for what I thought to be forever about ten years ago.
But then I hired several good coaches. A physical trainer who himself had… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on May 2, 2013 at 8:05am —
I've made the commitment to rebuild my main website and it won't be a small task. After nearly two years of not blogging to it, I've decided with the help of other 48 Days members I can get it back on track. I'm creating a series of posts that will delve into the guts of the site and explain what I'm doing and why I invite you to join me in my journey here and to give me your thoughts along the way. I know I don't know… Continue
Added by Jeff Jones on May 2, 2013 at 7:13am —
After nearly two years away, I have found the inspiration to return to blogging to help people succeed in life. My first post back chronicles my struggles and how I've gotten back to the place of passion. I think it will resonate with many community members here. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.…
Added by Jeff Jones on April 6, 2013 at 7:55am —
So at the encouragement of many people on this site. I've moved my blog from http://amateurcalligrapher.blogspot.com/ to http://amoderndayscribe.wordpress.com/. Wow, wordpress is much better but there's a learning curve. It took about 6 hours to teach myself how to set up on wordpress and of course it's a work in progress but it took about 2 years for the old one to get where it… Continue
Added by stephen rager on April 5, 2013 at 4:41am —
So last night I finished a major hurdle with a project at work around 10 pm. This is after two weeks of late nights and weekends. And I was feeling a bit spunky and wrote the most epic post I've ever written. I was open, out there, and expressive at a level I have not been at before. It was like breathing pure oxygen with a hint of Vick's vapor rub and the smell of cherry blossoms - if you like cherry blossom smells.
Then I hit "publish post" and received the dreaded "site under… Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on March 28, 2013 at 6:50am —
Back when I first started blogging, I recall an instance where someone questioned my credibility as a writer. The comment was: "What makes you an expert on anything?"
At first I was crushed. Then I realized I had either hit a nerve with someone or maybe they were jealous.
You may read the story here!
Added by Jim Carver on March 7, 2013 at 1:56am —
Dan Miller must have read my mind. What perfect timing to read his blog.
As some of you know, I was recently laid-off by the organization I gave nearly 32 years of my life too. I am 56 years-old and between my age, health and spending years in a job that wasn't advancing my skills towards modern techniques with asset management and purchasing, I basically became a master of nothing.
You may read the story… Continue
Added by Jim Carver on March 2, 2013 at 3:28pm —