Here's a good lesson to share with my clients. If an article is good enough to share with one person, it's probably good enough to curate and add to your website. That way when you share the article, they'll have to come to your website first and it will be there to share with others … Continue reading The Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Your Niche and Target Market
Category: Best practices
13 Reasons Why Linux Is Better Than Windows
The internet is full of articles like this: 13 Reasons Why Linux Is Better Than Windows and the older I get, the more those titles annoy me. I do think Linux is better in a lot of ways but I try not to talk about better but rather why it works for me. So here's … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why Linux Is Better Than Windows
Priority Matrix from @appfluence
I am a huge fan of productivity thoughts, tools and tactics and I firmly believe that no matter what business you are in, you can benefit from some intentional thinking in this area. All of us have more things to do than time to do it in and could benefit from a tool that would … Continue reading Priority Matrix from @appfluence
A Google Account; so much more than just Gmail
Whenver I begin to work with a new client, I immediately establish a Google Account that we both can share. Why? For practical starters, I don't want access to someone's Gmail account -- that's a whole lot of trust issue that I don't want to deal with. Second, the account gives us a place to … Continue reading A Google Account; so much more than just Gmail
@dottotech talks about Google Photos -- a must have tool for business and personal images...
How to Break a Bad Habit
Atomic Habits: Tiny = Mighty @jamesclear via @_brian_johnson
First things first
Do first things first, and second things not at all.Peter Drucker "The ability to set priorities, focus on them and not deviate may be the most important skill for success in life. The quote from Peter Drucker was written in the context of talking about business efficiency but can be applied to any field. With … Continue reading First things first
The Optimal Work to Rest Ratio via @_brian_johnson
More great thoughts from my hero, Brian Johnson...