Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Helpful Ways to Make Your Life Easier and More Productive

With 2018 looming large, now is the best time to add a few more tips for making your life easier and more productive. You could be buried alive in all of the information related to these topics. To keep this fact from having a negative impact on your time and your business, I suggest starting with a few great resources and branching out from there.

For tips to get you started check out:
Hubspot Marketing Resources
Infusionsoft Knowledge Center

Whether you're a serial entrepreneur trying to run several service start-ups or a creative type trying to expand online and offline venues for your products, it's important to stay focused. Segment the time you spend on creation and the time you spend on marketing. Segment the time you spend socializing and the time you need to put on your hermit hat.

If you're creative try to work with the time of day or evening that you feel most creative. If you're the entrepreneur wearing three hats, try setting your enterprises apart in two or three hour segments for each. Make a list of ways you can co-promote them. Trade some of your expertise with someone else who has expertise that you need.

Search for services or apps that can make your work life easier and your personal life more enjoyable and economical. Save more than you splurge whether you're talking about clothing, food or travel. After all,most people work to get ahead financially. If you find it really difficult to cut spending in one of these areas, look for ways to profit from your overspending. For instance, if you spend too much on food, consider blogging about food or building up a reputation as a food or restaurant critic.

Bottom line: Don't let 2018 roll over you. Establish some traction here at the starting line that keeps you upright and on track.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Is 2018 the Year the You Start a Blog?

If the approaching arrival of the New Year 2018 has you wanting to take the plunge into blogging, the first thing you need to do is choose a category or type of blog. Depending upon your interests, you'll want to pursue a blog that motivates you to learn more about your topic and to share your knowledge with others on a regular basis.

Creative types may want to consider:

*Home d├ęcor
*Specialized events such as weddings

If you're a health oriented person or a foodie you may pursue:

If you're particularly good at motivating people try:
*Personal finance
*Education [pick a topic]

If you're a mom try:
*Any topic that would be helpful for young mothers
*Money-saving tips

If your interests are more generalized:
*Lifestyle [any number of variations]

Business Majors or Entrepreneurs may choose such topics as:

*Tech blogs
*Starting a new business
*Public relations

Friday, December 8, 2017

Health Bloggers Mark Your Calendars

Health bloggers will want to mark their calendars for the 2018 BlogHer18 Health Conference January 30-31, 2018 in New York City. This event celebrates the female storytellers who raise awareness for our collective health. This 1.5-day event for female content creators in the health and wellness space is a roadmap for living your best life through information, inspiration, and innovation. Cost for conference is $99-$249.

#BlogHer18 Health topics will include:

•Find Your Flow: A sunset workout session and networking mixer

•Learn From Her: Trending health & wellness issues that impact women's lives

•#WinningWomen: Personal stories of strong women overcoming health obstacles

•Passion to Purpose: Health advocates who made an impact by doing what they love

•Wine + Gyn: Honest talk about reproductive health

•Influencer Workshops: Mentor sessions designed for health & wellness content creators

•Sponsor Experiences: Meet leading brands in the health & wellness space

Speakers include:

Jillian Michaels - Popular Fitness Expert, Wellness Entrepreneur

Arianna Huffington - Founder and CEO of Thrive Global, the founder of The Huffington Post, and the author of 15 books, including, most recently, Thrive and The Sleep Revolution.

Nastia Liukin - five-time Olympic Medalist and Founder of the Grander Sports App

For details visit