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Everyone wants to work smarter and find more time! And today I am happy to share a chrome extension that helps you do just that, when you’re working with PDF documents. Read the entire post »
In my previous blog, Does Your Brand Have Emotional Swag – Part 1, I focused on the importance of ensuring that your brand colors have emotional swag.
Now let’s look at what color means in the Human Resource world. From a HR perspective, resumes are traditionally written in black, as it is the most widely accepted, safest and conservative approach. Read the entire post »
Lose 10 pounds if you just hold this magic lamp.
What does this magic lamp have to do with investing? Read the entire post »
It was a surprising lesson to learn.
You don’t have to be the cream of the crop. Sometimes you can do really big things just being the cream of the crap.
Say…whaaaatttt? Read the entire post »
Chip Kelly and Philadelphia Eagles are probably not words you’d ever have expected to see at the start of a post on The Time Finder. But bear with me – he’s got some interesting things to say about time! Read the entire post »
Being in business for yourself can be very fun. After all, you set your own schedule, can buy the coolest tech toys (and deduct them!), travel meet amazing people and learn a lot about yourself. Read the entire post »
Post-Mortem: Anatomy of a Successful Amazon Kindle Book Launch (“Love-Based Copywriting” Book) Part 1
As you can probably imagine, it was an absolutely crazy week with the launch of my new book “Love-Based Copywriting — How to Write Copy that Attracts, Inspires and Invites Your Ideal Prospects to Become Ideal Clients.”
Now that the dust has settled, I thought it would helpful to you, my community, to talk about what went right and what went wrong to help you if you yourself ever choose to do a book launch. Read the entire post »