Saturday, May 18th, 2013

How-To rss

  • Set Your Goals With a Vision Board


    Collage of scrapbooking elements. (Artwork: Billy Alexander  www.sxc.hu/ba1969)Your VISION BOARD is a visual representation of what you are focused on right now and what your dreams and goals are. It should inspire and empower you to find ways to achieve what you really want. By looking at it every day you move one step closer to creating your world the way you want it. 

    You can recreate your Vision Board at any time that you want throughout the year and it can be about what you want for the coming year, or sometime in the future. I like to do it to kick off each New Year. I take my old vision board and look at what I have accomplished and quite frankly it is AMAZING!!! You can also create a vision board for a very specific purpose and watch it manifest.
     
    For years I have used a Western Feng Shui Bagua as the base for my Vision Board since I have taken courses in Feng Shui.
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  • Toot Your Horn with a Success Summary


    Writing a success summary is a great way to tell people about your accomplishments, and can be done at any time. You can do it once a year, half year, or even quarterly if you have a lot going on. Whether you post it on your website, or just do it for yourself, seeing a summary of your accomplishments is both energizing and empowering.

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  • Get Free Publicity for Your Business


    Business owner Dana J. Smithers gives proven tips on how YOU can get free publicity for YOUR business.

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  • Snap, Crackle and Pop Old Habits


    How do you break out of your old habits and embrace change? Deborah Kimmett explores this topic, reminding us that in business and in life, change can be good.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To,One Funny Lady ] • [ 1/02/13 ]
  • How to Turn Surviving into Thriving: Part 3


    Veronica Drake reveals her business coach secrets for taking your business to the next level. This is the final post of a three-part series looking at making your business thrive.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business,How-To ] • [ 11/13/12 ]
  • 3 Tips to Excel at Networking


    Catherine Rocheleau gives tips on how to leverage your time and connections at networking events.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business,How-To ] • [ 10/29/12 ]
  • How to Turn Surviving Into Thriving: Part 2


    Veronica Drake follows up lher previous post with two more tips on how YOU can create YOUR OWN economy so your business will thrive (not just survive).

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 10/10/12 ]
  • How to Turn Surviving Into Thriving: Part 1


    Veronica Drake suggests ways to create your own economy so you can move your business from a place of surviving to the much happier place of thriving.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business,How-To ] • [ 9/12/12 ]
  • How to Lose Your Clients in 10 Days or Less


    Business coach Veronica Drake reveals 7 lethal mistakes that will drive away customers and kill your business, how you can fix it, and a Journal Assignment to help you dispel negative, self-sabotaging beliefs.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business,How-To ] • [ 8/13/12 ]
  • How-to: Get a Raise


    Guest Blogger Melissa Woodson, community manger at Washington University, looks at the benefits and potential pitfalls of asking for a raise.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business,How-To ] • [ 8/13/12 ]
  • How to Be the Boss When Working With Family


    Working with family can be a very rewarding experience – or it can be an absolute nightmare. If you find yourself in the position of employing family members when running your own small business, you’ll want to read these tips by Erin Palmer, HR expert, on how to ensure your business, and family, runs as smoothly as possible.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 6/04/12 ]
  • How to Huddle for Results-Oriented Success


    Catherine Rocheleau gives tips on how to make your meetings fast, productive, and cost efficient. She also explains the art of ‘huddles’ to overcome work hurdles.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 4/18/12 ]
  • Create Systems that Work & Be More Productive


    When you use systems in your business and/or in your home life, things tend to run smoother and more efficiently because everyone knows what to do and what to expect. If your systems aren’t working, or you don’t have systems yet, Carmen will give you the nine-steps you need to get on track.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 4/18/12 ]
  • How to Create a Simple Social Media Strategy in 6 Steps


    Do you have a Social Media plan in place? Do you know how to find out where your target market hands out online? Corrie Scott, Out-Smarts Marketing, gives a simple, six-step method for creating a social media strategy that best suits your business.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under How-To,Outsmarting Social Media ] • [ 4/10/12 ]
  • How-to: Find Your Voice


    As a writer or blogger it’s important to find your own particular writing style, one that allows you to communicate to your audience in a way that is authentic and unique to you. Karen Dodd explains how she found her voice, and gives you three ways to help you find and develop yours.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 3/08/12 ]
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