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Voice Search Optimization: I have one radically different thought

Sat, 20 May 2017 15:25:35 +0000

As I work on voice search optimization projects, I keep reading about the topic. The research fascinates me. In short – voice search is on the rise. It impacts how people find your business online. You need to think about voice search optimization. Cool. Makes sense. Most of the articles I find online offer great …



Voice Typing: 4 Tips to Get Good at It

Wed, 03 May 2017 12:30:17 +0000

I’ve been voice typing every day since the middle of February. With daily practice, I’m getting good at it. When I first started voice typing, I Googled, “How to Get Good at Voice Typing”. I wanted tips on how to increase my word quantity and quality. Instead, all I got were tips on how to …



Do you use fidget toys?

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 13:41:24 +0000

I heard the term “fidget toys” for the first time this week. Listen, I’m old school. I’m accustomed to calling these things “toys”. But as it turns out, I use what we now call “fidget toys” all the time. And I use them without realizing they are a popular trend right now. But how do …



Mastodon Social: your first look

Mon, 17 Apr 2017 15:30:51 +0000

Mastodon? Mastodon? Do we really need another social network? And do we really need to name it Mastodon? That’s hard for people to spell off the top of their heads. If you’re wondering why people are talking about Mastodon and what it looks like, I give you a glib and superficial glance at this open …



Public Speaking Tip: Re-frame “Fear” as “Excitement”

Mon, 10 Apr 2017 17:05:57 +0000

I’m going to lay a head trip on you. Check this out. If you’re feeling nervous or scared before your next presentation, think about this: “…why not re-frame that term ‘I’m nervous and scared of public speaking’ into ‘I am excited about presenting to my audience’?” It’s a small change, but it’s effective. Try it out …



I don’t attend conferences where speakers don’t get paid

Tue, 04 Apr 2017 14:10:02 +0000

I give up. Starting today, on #EqualPayDay — I won’t pay to go to business conferences where speakers don’t get paid. The conference organizers will pay for the room and the food. But they won’t pay speakers for crafting and delivering content? The conference venue makes money — but the speakers don’t? It makes no sense to …



Happy New Year of Journaling in Scrivener

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 18:48:18 +0000

I keep a daily journal in Scrivener. I’ve been writing in a personal journal every morning for decades now. Yet I only started using Scrivener for my journal since October 2015. At that time, I looked for an online template to use, but I couldn’t find one. Undaunted, I kept writing in Scrivener every morning. I refined my …


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Engage in the Power of Negative Thinking

Fri, 05 Aug 2016 14:07:09 +0000

I’m a cheerful person. But I don’t like positive thinking. It makes me cringe. Instead, I try to spend some time every day engaging in negative thinking. For me, it’s a joyful meditation. “What’s the worse that could happen?” is a question I ask myself every day. And then, I imagine it. I take some …



Five factors that make you more memorable

Thu, 18 Feb 2016 18:53:20 +0000

  I came across a stranger with a dog a few months ago. As we walked toward each other on my empty street, I grinned. “Cute dog,” I said as we grew closer. “Thanks,” she said. “It’s not mine, though. I’m dogsitting for a friend. Hey, do you know any good places to walk around …



How to deliver bad news

Sun, 06 Dec 2015 17:05:48 +0000

There’s no way around it. Sometimes, terrible things happen. And you have to be the bearer of bad news. To begin communicating your bad news, just say it. No hemming. No hawing. Get to the point. No couching it with “there’s no easy way to put this, but…” You must lead clearly and concisely with …