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Find Time to Exercise with These Six Tricks

Spin Sucks

It's not always easy to find the time to exercise in your busy day, but it's important for the health of your body and your business. Laura Petrolino provides six tricks to help you fit exercise in consistently, every day.

How Executives Exercise Daily…and How You Can, Too

Spin Sucks

What they found in common with all of these tech executives is they make time to exercise at least twice a week, while most are highly competitive, both inside and outside of the office. I do my exercise in the morning, and often I’ll take someone from my team. By Gini Dietrich.

Social Media Exercise: Hoyts Cinema

Laurel Papworth

An exercise for social media students and practitioners – what do you do when someone goes on a Twant (Twitter rant)? I chose Hoyts for this exercise cos I believed and had experienced every word (the rant came first, post second).

A Simple Exercise to Help You Write Effective Sales Copy

ProBlogger

and you’re stuck on how to write things that will encourage people to purchase, then you might want to give this exercise a try. This exercise could also be useful in a whole heap of other places.

How to Get Back on Track After the Holiday Season

Spin Sucks

So, exercise daily, eat healthy, sleep the hours you need to feel rested. entrepreneur Time Management planning collaboration exercise schedule rest rechargeBy Corina Manea. Holidays come and go, sometimes in a blink of an eye.

Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Exercising with Cats

Kikolani

Exercise with Cats. Exercise with Cats. You''re reading Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Exercising with Cats , originally posted on Kikolani and copyrighted by Kristi Hines, freelance writer and professional blogger.

Empathy and Marketing: How to Turn Your B2B Prospects Into People

Webbiquity SMM

As you utilize the empathy map exercise and brainstorm with your team, possibly a few times, you will gain deeper insights into your customers and the way you can provide them with better service. Social Media Marketing b2b marketing Brooke Cade customer service empathy map exercise

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Frustrated by Blogger’s Block? Try this Exercise!

ProBlogger

I’d love to see links below to the posts you write after doing this exercise! Try this Exercise! Feeling frustrated today about a lack of ideas to write about on your blog? If so, you’re not alone. Here’s another technique that I use to overcome it. A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post here on ProBlogger that gave a tip for fighting blogger’s block.

Keep Calm And Carry On - 5 Steps To Getting Rid Of Stress And Anxiety

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" It''s easy to tell someone to talk their way out of how they''re currently feeling, so I came up with an exercise for those who think it''s as simple as "calming yourself down." exercise. Are you feeling a little stressed? Anxious? Having a panic attack here and there?

The Deception Of Malcolm Gladwell, Seth Godin and Gary Vaynerchuk

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I didn't have an appetite for exercise and I didn't have an appetite to give up on my appetite. On top of that I needed to exercise. I decided to start doing some light exercise as well. As great as I was at losing the weight, exercising and taking care of myself (I'm proud to say that, to this day, I have not put the weight back on - which is, actually, the real hard work in the process), I realized that it just wasn't my thing. exercise.

Better Ways To Get Inspired

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Wake up an hour earlier to stretch, exercise or journal. exercise. artandcopy austinkleon classicalmusic coffee documentary drawing exercise headspace helveticadocumentary inspiration inspired jazz journal journaling madmagazine music notebook photography psfk sethgodin skillshare stretch thetragicallyhip tompeters walk woodstock writing youtubeNeed some inspiration? Try this. Read old copies of MAD Magazine (from the late seventies and eighties, preferably).

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #326

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There is - no doubt - a direct correlation between exercise and the creative process. exercise. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Brain exercise

Social Media Network Marketing

The keyword here is exercise. Just the way you need to do exercise to maintain and enhance your body, similarly, for the brain you need brain exercise. What is brain exercise? You need lots of skill to get your writing to a higher level. This is feasible. Yes very much possible. So, how does one do this? Simply put it is a constant effort to keep your brain active and ‘in shape’. What this means is that the cells in the brain need to have a good interchange of fluids.

What Do You Want People to Say About Your Blog? A Blog Branding Exercise

ProBlogger

Here’s a quick exercise that I’ve done recently that gave me a lot more clarity about what I’m building. When I recently did this exercise for myself (I did it for my main two blogs), it gave me a lot more clarity about the types of brands I’m attempting to build.

How I Was Inspired by a “First-time Voter”

Waxing UnLyrical

I figured there wouldn’t be much of a crowd (it was just past noon), I’d exercise my franchise, and know I’d done all I could to get my candidate in the door at 1600 Pennsylvania, NW. You may remember that we have this thing called the U.S.

3 Do-at-Your-Desk Exercises to Avoid Becoming Chair Shaped

ProBlogger

The good news is, you can prevent these unwanted changes from becoming permanent by taking a couple minutes a day to perform these simple exercises. Check out this video of the exercise so you can see how it’s done. It’s also the most important exercise on this list if you spend more time googling and blogging than you do standing upright. Some of these exercises will give the overworked blogger immediate relief.

Give to the Max

Geoff Livingston

Today, 1300 Washington area nonprofits will be fundraising, and experimenting with social media tools in a collective training exercise and contest. Cause capacity DCWEEK exercise flash mob Give to the Max Day nonprofit rally training

The George Costanza Approach To Getting Things Done

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It could come in the form of productivity tips, New Year''s Resolutions, self-help books, perspectives on diet and exercise and beyond. exercise. Do the opposite.

The Top 20 Health and Fitness Social Networks

Direct Marketing Observations

But nevertheless, Exercise TV has a clean UI with video, blog, community, Facebook, Twitter and iphone app integration all working towards engaging the user at every touch point.

Outdoor Exercise: The Rules of the Road | Spin Sucks

Spin Sucks

As we continued our ride, I thought about how to educate cyclists, runners, and walkers about the rules of the road and, while this blog isn’t typically about exercise or rules, I figure it’s a good place to begin the conversation.

Your Selfies Tell A Story, Prepare To Get Creeped Out

Firebelly

Places you’ve gone, things you’ve eaten, exercise routines you’ve started, ballgames, concerts, movies, vacations, on, and on, and on. Think about all the photos you take in a week, in a month, how about the last six months.

Post-Holiday Fitness Series: Workout Plan

Justin Levy

These are the exercises, foods, supplements, vitamins and music that work best for me to achieve my current goals. I’m not able to do exercises such as squats, leg extensions or other movements that put extreme stress on my knee. Exercise Ball Leg Tuck : 3 x 25.

3 Fun iPhone Apps for Cyclists

Idaconcpts

We all know that exercising is important but for many it remains an activity that they would rather skip. This app can not only track your biking results but also other exercise results from running, swimming and more.

Podcast 396 - Why you don't need harmony in building a team

Engaging Brand

Do you have to do teambuilding exercises or can you use social events to achieve the same aim? Pod Casts mark de rond there is an i in team business results brand marketing tips small business social media engaging brand podcast building a team corporate team building teambuilding exercisesThis week's The Engaging Brand podcast covering social media , business ideas and brand marketing tips , is ready to download.

Introducing the Spin Sucks Workbook

Spin Sucks

The Spin Sucks Exercises. These are all pieces that accompany the book, and they each have exercises for you to do the work described. The Spin Sucks Workbook is nearly 50 pages (48, I think), but it easily helps you do the exercises described in each of the blog posts.

Stop Sharing. Start Listening (To Yourself)

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So, how do they deliver a message like this in a world where's we're not only obsessed with those smartphones in our pockets, but we're also training with these devices (and others) to track, share and optimize our exercise? Can we exercise without the technology? exercise.

Nine Ways to Make Yourself Charming

Spin Sucks

Exercise. Exercise should be treated like brushing your teeth – you don’t leave the house until it’s done. Daily exercise, especially if you’re on the road, makes you feel less tired and gives you a boost of confidence.

The Context of Images and Text

Mindjumpers

In fact, let’s do an exercise. “People don’t read anymore. It’s a fact!” Oh, how many times this has been uttered in the digital sphere, with complete disregard for context. People read!

[Cool Infographic Friday] Messaging on Social

SocialFish

Here’s an exercise for you – think about your private online community. Check this one out, courtesy Otherwise. How would you describe it if it was part of this list? What differentiates it from your other digital properties? What does it *truly* say about your organization?

Monday Roundup: Conversations

Waxing UnLyrical

Exercises for Writing Conversationally. In this guest post for Heather Whaling ‘s blog, Bethany Cramer offers some exercises to improve your conversational writing. “Conversation.” ” It’s one of the great clichés of our field.

Your Employees May Be Your Best Untapped Brand Advocates

Webbiquity SMM

Any time an employee wears a t-shirt in public or uses their water bottle while exercising, they’ll be advocating on behalf of your brand. Guest post by Liz Greene. If you were asked to rattle off your top marketing strategies, would employee advocacy make the list?

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The Horrible Case of Unwritten Rules

Spin Sucks

But it drives me crazy if someone who does the typical 8:30-5:30 job takes an hour or two in the middle of the day to exercise. It is cool (even though I have to do a lot of self-talk) if you exercise at lunchtime, like I do, as long as you are exceeding your goals. By Gini Dietrich.

You Don’t Define Engagement; They Do

SocialFish

One of the participants in our workshop talked about how highly engaged she was in a website/online community that she used to track her food intake, exercise, and overall health. There is a lot of talk about engagement in the association and nonprofit world.

A Three Week Check-In

Waxing UnLyrical

For me, this means making some form of exercise a regular part of my day, whatever shape that exercise takes, getting enough rest, and eating better food… which means I have to cook more, and cook regularly. Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali A Three Week Check-In January 22nd, 2011 Tweet One of the things I wanted to do more of this year was to pay more attention to wellness.

Is your strategic plan on a page?

SocialFish

If you look on page two you will see an alignment exercise which looks like those grade school exercises where there are two columns of information to connect. We do that same exercise with our stakeholders.

Digital Is Going Dark: Only Early Adopters Will Thrive in 2017

Simply Measured

In creative fields, this is a branding exercise we regularly do with our clients, customers, and colleagues. It may sound like the trailer for a bad action movie, but it can be a powerful exercise when developing a narrative. “Imagine a world…”.

Breaking Through a Marketing Plateau

Justin Levy

These don’t necessarily have to be major changes such as switching up exercises but can be minor changes of grip, weight, reps or order of exercises. Has your marketing program become stale? Are you not seeing the same results that you originally experienced?

Reflections on PR agency life

Sherrilynne Starkie

And so, seeing as I am continuing the exercise of taking time each day to answer the question, ‘What did I learn today?’, Last week I published a post called Lessons Learned From a PR Life , which included a listing of observations from my work week.

Media Relations: Track Effectiveness to Prove Investment

Spin Sucks

If you don’t have a priority keyword or phrase, this exercise will not work. For this exercise, the organization we want to build awareness has a domain authority of 47 so they can compete with any site that is lower than 60.

Six Life Lessons from Continual Learning

Spin Sucks

To exercise more? It needs exercising, too. By Darryl Robinson-Keys . What is your New Year’s resolution? To eat less butterfingers? Some type of commitment that involves improving your physical health? What about that muscle between your ears?