Mindset is everything. If you can’t believe that you are capable of making “it” happen – whether that’s becoming a successful international speaker, world renowned author, a business mogul, or a billionaire – then it won’t. Henry Ford is quoted as saying, “Whether you think you can or can’t – you’re right.” So where is your mindset right now? One of the benefits to being in business for yourself is the control you have over the revenue you bring in.
From the moment you are born, you begin to absorb life in a way that enables you to grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and more. Your brain is wired to process information that is then implemented in whatever capacity you need to continue your overall growth. As you learn new things, you develop a sense of accomplishment that fuels your inborn aspirations to LEARN more, so you can DO more, so you can BE more. As you embark upon new skills,
Do you effectively utilize the power of social media? Not only are there a huge variety of platforms available to choose from, but also there are an infinite number of post varieties within each one! To be effective, there are definitely hard rules about what to incorporate and what to avoid. For instance, you want to avoid spamming as well as asking people to buy your service or product in every post. That’s one of the quickest ways to turn
If you type 1,000 words in a post, very few people will take the time to expand that post to read your poignant thoughts that could change their outlook for the day, and maybe even their entire life. Ok, so not all posts are life-changing, but you still want your posts read, right? Or why else would you be posting? People who browse online social media sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and more, will scroll for miles before finally clicking
When you first sign up to create a profile on LinkedIn, your profile page is given a generic URL (Uniform Resource Locator, also known as your web address). This is usually a random string of letters and numbers, which is difficult to memorize and verbally communicate to someone with whom you are trying to build a connection. To be more effective on LinkedIn, and to be more easily found, it is recommended that you make your LinkedIn URL more professional
LinkedIn is the largest professional social media platform in the world. This is especially important in a day and age where people no longer stay with the same company and retire after 30 years. Instead, people search for more fulfillment and compensation through their profession, which leads many to change employment every 5 to 7 years. When first building a profile on LinkedIn, especially if you have finally landed your dream job, you may feel tempted to build your LinkedIn
Are You Protecting the Privacy of Your Connections on LinkedIn? Here’s Why You Might Want to Learn How…
LinkedIn has become the professional connection point for all types of career-minded people: for those who are corporately employed, for entrepreneurs, for those seeking to hire or be hired, and more. It’s a social media platform that helps provide common ground for everyone looking to succeed in business – this can include network marketers, human resource professionals, consultants, artists, teachers, speakers, advisers, and business coaches just to name a few. The people you reach out to on LinkedIn are typically
A strong feature on LinkedIn is its ability to pull from your personal email account, as well as your 2nd and 3rd degree connections to suggest possible people you may know, so that you can send them an invitation to connect. This is a great way to build your reputation and grow your direct connections on LinkedIn. This feature can be found by clicking on the “My Network” icon located in your top navigation bar. It is standard practice to connect with
The people who use LinkedIn on a regular basis do so for a variety of reasons. They could be part of a corporate entity looking to identify potential recruits or doing further research on new hires. There are also consumers who utilize LinkedIn to further investigate referrals for vendors and professional services. The list of benefits for those who use LinkedIn is constantly expanding. If someone is conducting a search that you happen to appear in, does your headline make
Do You Make Meaningful, Beneficial, Profitable Connections Everywhere You Go? Start by Asking the Right Questions.
How do you build genuine, profitable relationships? You work at it, stay persistent with your follow-up, and always be authentic. Most importantly, you need to build a good foundation by asking the right questions as you first begin developing the relationship. If you are new to the area, traveling, trying out a new networking group, looking to get more plugged into a group you currently attend, or you just want to make more connections with people in your community, the