Words do matter. I applaud Gov Mitt Romney for giving a solid concession speech. Hope people of all stripes will now think about words of recovery, reconstruction, and reconciliation as America moves forward.
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Game day is here. Vote. Here’s to your civic duty.
Erika Lyremark is a business coach with a mission. She wants to whip you into believing in yourself and your dreams. She shares some of her Daily Whip smarts to help you change your attitude and potential for revenue.
A really major part of getting serious about success—major!—is playing in the universe you want to be—not where you think it’s realistic for you to be.
When you stop thinking of yourself as someone struggling to reach a goal, and start seeing yourself as someone who’s simply not yet arrived at a fashionable party, everything changes. You make choices that support your vision.
It’s about getting out of your cozy comfort zones. You would think entrepreneurs and other business professionals would run out of cozy comfort zones. But we’re pretty good at creating new ones just as quickly as we dismantle old ones. So tell that stale realism to beat it. You’ve got new challenges to take on, and you don’t need any naysaying in your vicinity!
A jump start for how to play in the universe you want to be:
Instead of…hanging out with low-energy people who make excuses…
…Play in Big Universe Zone by hanging out with peeps who are smarter, savvier, and more successful than you. (Remember, there’s a lot of wisdom in making sure you are never the smartest, savviest, most successful person in the room!).
Instead of…being cheap in your business…
…Play in Big Universe Zone by investing in your business and going total pro this year. Spend the money to delegate anything and everything that you are not 1000% good at and totally enjoy.
To contact Erika directly: go to www.dailywhip.com; follow her on Twitter @dailywhip. For Guest Blog questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kori Mortenson of Dr Kori Chiropractic is passionate about helping people live a complete and healthy life. He shares his tips for your complete package.
The human body requires maintenance for health in key areas—sleep, food, exercise, positive mental attitude, and chiropractic. Most people neglect their bodies much of their lives and then wonder why their bodies begin to fall apart at the age of 30, 40, or 50, when that simply was the consequence of their actions.
You may have many possessions, but you only have one body. And it doesn’t come with replacement parts. Anything that makes the body stronger is an important investment for your life and health. Incorporate healthy habits—eat more raw and organic foods, get adequate rest, find a fun exercise program you can do consistently 3 to 4 times a week.
So why is chiropractic part of an overall wellness program? Chiropractors remove nerve interference caused by misaligned vertebrae. Every aspect of life is dependent upon the nerve system. If nerve interference exists, none of the body’s functions can occur as they should—sleep, exercise, digestion, and attitude included. Adding chiropractic to your lifestyle WILL result in positive changes in your Life.
Jim Holt is owner of Minnesota Marketers. He helps business owners grow their profile and customer base through social media and other online marketing.
1. Blogs Build Rapport with Your Audience
Nobody purchases a product or service without first building some level of rapport with the seller. Blogging gives you a chance to show off your expertise, personality, and appreciation for your audience. Over time, readers will become familiar with you. Familiarity builds trust. Trust translates into referrals and repeat readers or customers.
2. Blogs Feed Your Social Media Platforms
Posting your blog link onto your various Social Media platforms is an easy method to drive reader traffic back to your latest blog posts. It can also save you time and energy you would’ve otherwise spent hunting for original content to post on your Wall or Tweet—essentially killing two birds with one stone.
3. Blogs Provide Content for Your E-mail Marketing
E-mail marketing is fast becoming a popular method for businesses to stay in touch with customers and prospects alike. Much like Social Media though, putting in the effort to write worthwhile content can be tough. Couple your e-mail marketing with your blog, and you’ll have content at your fingertips for send-outs.
To reach Jim directly: email@example.com or visit his Web site: www.minnesotamarketers.com.