I rarely meet a Twitter user who doesn’t want more followers. A few argue that the numbers aren’t important. They are only concerned with “quality followers.” I’m not sure it is either/or, but I notice that most of the people making this argument have very few followers.
Why would you want more followers? Three reasons:
As a business looking to woo customers, a job seeker looking to stand out in the marketplace or even an individual looking to stay connected with family and friends, having an established online presence is a pre-requisite to achieving your end result. An online presence is synonymous with building your corporate or personal brand across the social platforms. According to Tom Peters, “We are the CEOs of our own companies: Me Inc.” Continue Reading
What are you worried about? The economy? Your mortgage? Your family? Your children? Your job? The current wave of terrorism? The global warming? The fear of being divorced or perhaps your inability to find Mr or Mrs Right? Whatever your state of worry, here are 3 simple steps to dealing with worry.
The truth is we all have been endowed with something special and unique to make positive contributions to our world. But the question is this, “What exactly is this special thing?” Find out in the following video how your identity, income and influence can help you to unravel what you’ve been given.
This week, my focus is to source and bring you inspiring articles on the subject of purpose. Here’s one of such articles by TD Jakes as told by Leigh Newman on http://www.oprah.com
Living on purpose, as I define it, is to become aware that we were all created to serve some specific function in life. Some of these purposes might be lofty, attracting the accolades of the world. Some of these purposes may be down-to-earth, such as raising a child, teaching or engaging in some other activity that may not be as acknowledged by society but is still significant. Continue Reading