Too much of a good thing (like Daylight Savings Time!) can be as bad as too little. This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web where more or less is the focus.
Why: Always be on the lookout for how you can attract new readers and visitors. Mike Allton shares how he does this; when it “costs him nothing, he gives up nothing.”
Despite coming close to breaking my arm last week, I had an amazing time at xPotomac on Friday. If you haven’t been able to make it these last couple of years, you must put it on your calendar for 2015. Please?
Life is all about having the right attitude (even if you’re shivering through yet another polar vortex, bah humbug). And with more and more business relationships starting online, having an agreeable and pleasing personality is a must if you want to get ahead. This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on being personable.
Why: Although the Internet allows us to connect quicker and better than ever before, some people abandon common courtesy once they’re behind their computer screens. Ken Mueller reminds us why the same rules that apply IRL community interactions should apply online.
Whether we like it or not, obstacles are a part of life … and work. And part of life – and what makes work fun – is figuring out how to overcome them. That’s the focus of this week’s roundup: overcoming obstacles (and after reading this post, you may be able to identify some of these in your own business). Enjoy!