The end of the year is quickly approaching, and that means the holiday season is here! If you’re like many people, you may be looking for ways to increase your income to help with purchasing gifts for family, friends, and your significant other. Or, perhaps, you want to begin bringing in extra income throughout the year and not just for the holiday season. Not sure if you’ll get that pay increase or bonus anytime soon? There are multiple ways to start bringing in some — even a lot of — extra income!
There seems to be a common myth with too many startups and small businesses. The company’s managers believe “If I build it, they will come.”
Entrepreneurs and CEOs are convinced that all they need to do is get a product, build a website with e-commerce capability, spam social media with their products and services, and users will magically flock to their website becoming new, eager and ready to pay customers.
You wake up during the night and the first thing you do is grab your smartphone from the nightstand to check your messages. You need to know right then and there:
Do I have any new customer sign-ups on my website? Do I have any new sells on my website?
Now you’ve just stepped out of the shower and even with the towel still wrapped around you, you again grab your smartphone from the nightstand to check your messages and, this time, also your social media sites.
Are you still struggling to gain relevant followers on your Twitter account?
Have you followed the points listed in “4 Simple Steps to Increase Twitter Followers” ?
As an update, as of this writing, my Twitter account is now at 502 relevant followers and growing with an average of 20 new followers a day.
That’s an 800% increase in just 3 weeks! The numbers don’t lie.
I love social media. No, that’s an understatement. I believe I am actually addicted to social media.
It’s an itch that I enjoy scratching.
Twitter is my favorite social media platform. I love everything about Twitter — from finding useful information to sharing with others, commenting on other tweets, and learning more about the similarities and passions I have in common with other people.
Lead and motivate the right way and others will follow and want to work for/with you. However, what you consider “the right way” may not be in sync with how you come across to your team.
If you’ve been in the workforce, under the umbrella of different leadership, you have more than likely encountered one or more of the “Types of Leaders” outlined in the infographic. If you’re a manager, the relationship you have with those you are charged to lead is important. How you choose to be viewed and what level of relationship you want with your team is initially determined by you.
One thing is certain — trust is the key to any successful relationship. Once that is broken, it is a bond that is rarely repaired.
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