Once you’ve succeeded at something, no matter how small, be sure to teach someone else what you know. What may seem like an insignificant accomplishment to you could make a huge difference in someone else’s life.
Here’s an example.
When someone unsubscribes from your blog, stops following you on Twitter or un-“likes” your page on Facebook, what is your response?
Some think nothing of it and move on with their lives. Some treat themselves to a reward to soothe the rejection. Some panic – as I did, recently- and ask business mentors what to do with this useless anxiety.
Anxiety Over Social Media “Likes” is Linked to a Weak Sense of Purpose
We’ve discussed how each lifestyle, even a dream life, will come with unpleasant parts to it (that which we call “dirt sandwiches”). In Lessons from the Mouse, author and former Disney World employee Dennis Snow teaches us what we must do to eat the dirt sandwich with relish. Continue reading “How to Plow Through Unpleasant Tasks”
Do you need to read yet another business book? The stores and libraries are filled with them. You’ve read most of the popular ones and some of the obscure ones. At this point you’ve heard it all and now there is nothing more to do but take action, to do something.
I’d like to challenge you.
Here, in alphabetical order by surname, are great bloggers whose expertise in their craft are useful to entrepreneurs, bloggers and other online creatives. They each have garnered a full-time income from writing online. They are each generous to their readers. Read the squibs below about their work, then explore their worlds. Get a sense of how they interact with their audience and what stands out to you. What do you like about what they do? What would not work for your brand? Why?
You have a blog. Now you want to spread your reach and authority on a social media platform. Pinterest.com might be useful to you.