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  • How to Get Clients by Building your Email List, Part Two

    We have been talking about the best ways to build your email list. The 4 steps are:   

    1. Targeting an audience.
    2. Getting targeted traffic.
    3. A targeted offer.
    4. Targeted follow-up

    We have already discussed how to target your audience...

  • Google+: Reaching for the right tool

    Professional carpenters are distinguished from inept nail benders by their knowledge of what tools best match certain tasks. Unlike the person whose only tool is a hammer, social media users should view Google+ for what it is, not what some wish it were; it’s another tool. Just...

  • Challenge: 40 Things to Accomplish by Age 40

    I'm inspired to create a list of 40 things to do by age 40. Some of these items are from my existing visionboard, and some are specific items I'd like to complete.

    If on the day of my 40th birthday, all these items are crossed off, I'll be pleased. I'll dream big in the hopes of...

  • How to Travel Light and Look Fabulous

    Margaux Cameron is a guest blogger for An Apple a Day and a writer on sonography schools for Guide to Healthcare Schools.

    So must us chic girls...

  • 10 Ideas for Connecting in Real Life

    I recommend you seek new ways to get out, meet, and talk with potential customers, allies, and friends.

    When you offer an opportunity to meet with your connections "in real life", you enhance your virtual interactions and you increase ways to spread word-of-mouth about your products...

  • Green Businesswomen - Grow your Mastermind Circle

    When you're starting your green business, it's so important to have a core group of people to help you grow and thrive. Creating a mastermind group means developing this core group of individuals who help you achieve your objectives. For women in green businesses, this means reaching out to one...

  • Top Ten Steps to Building your Business

    My partner and I started our web design company with two Mac laptops, a burning drive and passion for connecting people to the Web, and our personal address books.

    We were determined to focus on our core skills, which were...

  • Joining the Good Ol' Girls

    I just joined the Good Ol' Girls http://goodolgirls.org, which is a network "where progressive women on the rise get connected and open doors professionally and socially for each other."

    I often talk about how important it is for us...

  • How to Connect with a Successful Woman

    The most successful people are not necessarily the ones that dress the flashiest, have the sportiest car, or are the most visible in your community.

    Some of the most successful women, especially entrepreneurial women, maintain a low personal profile, due to wanting to protect their home...

  • How do you ask People in your Network for help with a job?

    You must ask a specific person for specific help, in as specific a manner as possible. Examples of how to be specific:

    "You in the green shirt, call 911 and let them know there's a woman with an accident at 5th and Main"

    "Jason, please help me by donating $15 to my marathon...

  • How do I make a Difference?

     

    I want the A Successful Woman website to identify, reach, and draw in a powerful, engaging, friendly group of like-minded individuals.

     

    Through the website, we learn things together.

    We support each other through doing business with each other.

    ...

  • You Create It

    I receive ongoing updates from "The Universe", which is a great e-mail reminder service from TUT's Adventurers Club, at http://www.tut.com

    This past one was great, and I want to share it:


    Whatever you focus...

  • Creating a Mastermind Circle

    When we work as part of a team, we achieve more.

    When you are on your own, you are limited by your energy levels and the number of hours in a day. When you are on your own, you are limited by your own belief about what is possible. When you are on your own, you are limited by your current...

  • Being Proactive, not Reactive

    Many of us are in constant "reactive" mode rather than in proactive or visionary mode. For example, at your current job, did you just "fall in" to it? or did you actively create it?

    In your current house or apartment, was it just available, or did you identify what you wanted and then...

  • There is no Hidden Secret to Success

    One thing that I've found, time and time again, is that there is no hidden "secret" to achieving what you want. The path is simple and it is plain to see. Directly in front of you, maybe underneath the piles of clutter and junk, is your destiny, the one in which you rise up and reach all of...

  • The greatest need...

    "I have never met a person whose greatest need was anything other than real, unconditional love. You can find it in a simple act of kindness toward somone who needs help. There is no mistaking love. You feel it in your heart. It is the common fiber of life, the flame that heals our soul,...

  • Using Networking to Help your Job Search: 8 steps to Connect with Others

    For many people, it's just okay (ho-hum) to get another job. I've had lots and lots of jobs: I've worked as a dish machine operator, a sandwich maker, an agricultural worker, a door-to-door canvasser, a pianist, a secretary, a movie usher/cashier, an educator, a software developer, and the...

  • 9 Steps to Bring you to your Future Self: #7 Connect with Others

    We are such sociable creatures, and part of us craves and even needs companionship with others. The word "companion" is from the Latin root com- + panis (panis means bread, or food): we feel compelled to share bread with each other. When we feel truly connected with others, we feel more zest...

  • Lessons in Success: #13 Practice Mindfulness

    Practicing mindfulness runs counter to what much of the typical Western go-go-go culture requires.

    We run from dawn to dusk, never taking ten deep breaths to focus ourselves, listen to our hearts, and just be within our environment.

    I encourage you to practice mindfulness on...

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