Live out your dream for your business. What is in your heart? What unique gift do you have? Listen to your intuition. Limit your distractions,. Focus and visualize it.How does it feel when you have it? What color is it? What does it smell like?
Find that gift you have, share it with the world.Just the right people are waiting to hear it in only the way you can tell it. They may have heard something similar to what you are saying many times, but until they hear it from you… your story…nothing will make sense! Really you say? Yes…really! Find your dream very soon and share it…..people are waiting on you.
ps—I hope those words help you as they are helping me.
In your workday I bet you come across many Facebook profiles and pages. Awesome ones at that!
I do too…but most are missing one important thing..The link in their work history to their Facebook page. This usually goes to one of those generic suitcase company pages. Wouldn’t you rather link to your Facebook Business page? Yes? Is that what you want? No! Let’s learn how:
1st…Copy your Facebook Business Page Link
Then do these steps:
Go to your your FB profile
Go to edit your page
Find your work history
Go to your present work
Paste that Facebook page link here and ta-da!
You have your page connected to your current work! And people will find your page easily now and it will be clickable.
Time Management is Not About Accomplishing Everything on Your To Do ListThis is an short note that I read from one of my favorite writers about time-organization. She has great tips:The process of making lists is crucial to effective organization. If it’s not written down, it’s bound to be forgotten.But, so many people get frustrated and overwhelmed when they look at all the tasks on their To Do lists. They wonder how they’ll ever be able to accomplish so many things.Believe it or not, time management is NOT about accomplishing everything on your list of things to do.It’s really about looking at your list of things to do, and determining if those things are important enough to do in the first place.For example, ask yourself if it’s really important to you to drive all the way over to another supermarket, just to save 35 cents on bread. That 35 cents is surely going to be spent on fuel anyway, and look at the time that is being wasted.Or, is it a good use of your time to cut out and file magazine articles? For some people who reference their saved articles regularly, it certainly may be a good use of time. But I know people who just cut out articles, file them, and NEVER go into those files again.We only get 24 hours each day. Think wisely before using them up, because once they’re gone, they can never be retrieved again.***Maria Garcia ..www.getorganizednow.com