This week, we are at 462 post waiting for me in my Google reader.That’s 20 less than before. There just isn’t enough time in the day to do all this reading, is there? Well, there is but I just want to pretend I don’t have the time so I can blame something or someone else for the reason why the number of posts is rising. One day, I really will get down to zero (not because I would have deleted them all without reading just to clear it out already). Here’s a recap of what I did read that I felt worth sharing with you. Gleam from it what you may.
Um, a while back Leo Babauta turned 38 and decided to share the 38 Life Lessons He’s Learned in 38 Years. My favorite is “If you find yourself swimming with all the other fish, go the other way. They don’t know where they’re going either.”
This is a stellar post on 100 Alternatives To “So Whadda Ya Do?” How many times are you in a situation and you are trying to break the silence with someone. The first question that comes to mind is usually asking what someone does for a living. But Alexandra Franzen compiled a list of other questions you can ask in any setting. I’m thinking of picking a question a day to ask someone I don’t know and see how that works out. It’s a thought.
I know you’ve heard it before on how to build your business by developing a marketing plan. Ash was all too willing to help you out. In her post The X-Rated Guide to Developing A Marking Plan. Without Losing You Mind. Or Your Shirt. Cuz That’d Be Awkward. (she likes to write long titles so you know exactly what you’re getting) she gives you 20 great questions for you to ask yourself and somehow relates marketing to orgasms. It’s a scroller!
Carla Young never told a lie when she wrote a guest post on Brillance Mastery to Stop Lying, Making Excuses and Blaming – Why You Need to Own Your Results. The title basically tells it all so cut it out and get into action! Thanks to Kerilyn of Married to a Chef to sending this to me.
Always meaning to volunteer but never actually getting around to it? Well, then you might want to check out Sparked! They call it microvolunteering where you get to volunteer no matter how busy your schedule is, virtually! Check it out, you have time.
This is stellar. Although, Friday is already here, this post was a great treat for those who are waiting for the weekend to have fun. Well, Elysa Rice of GenPink says, “Stop Waiting For Friday”!
Um, okay this infographic posted on Brand Flakes For Breakfast was created by MedicalBillingAndCoding.org and makesg me want to stand more when I can. Are you sitting down for this infographic? I hope you get up before you die from sitting.
Okay, that’s a wrap for this week. I’ll keep reading and share the best post next week.