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January 21, 2011 2 comments

May God Bless You

I am in the postaday2011 WordPress Challenge are you?

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Post #21 post2011 Challenge Links/Tags

January 20, 2011 5 comments

http://www.themiraclealchemist.com This is my friend Cheril and you will love her site.

Today is January 20th and I just got home from work.  I have copied, pasted, read, subscribed and “liked” the above posts for the post2011 challenge.  It amazes me that everyone posts on the “main page” to Scott (who created postaday2011 challenge); but the bloggers are not doing what I do.  Okay maybe I am desperate but I love to read and learn from others so checking out each blog interests me.  What I don’t get is that everyone seems to have the same exact problem of not getting subscribers or “likes” or stuff like that.  I write for the fun of it and the challenge to see if I can actually post “a day” and meet that challenge for 2011.  That is just me, a person who loves a challenge.  It would seem to me that everyone on this challenge obviously loves the challenge as well.  I would love to hear comments of how it is going with the other bloggers on this challenge if you so desire to do so.  Have a great blogging day and week and I will post tomorrow as promised.

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Hey, this is Luciano from Litemind~A site you need to see!
Imagine you have some important work to do at the computer. I bet you know the drill: you sit down to get it done… but then resistance kicks in. You want to check that last email (“just this one, really!”). And then you go for that last news check (“quickly, I promise!”). And Facebook. And Twitter… You know how this story ends: suddenly, your day is gone.

It happens too often, doesn’t it?

To avoid that problem, one trick that works really well for me is to set the ‘start page’ (or ‘home page’) in my browser to a page that reminds me to focus on what I should really be doing.
Every time I open the browser, I have an extra checkpoint — yet another chance — to escape from automatic behaviors that could sidetrack me.

To understand exactly what I mean, check the start page I use:
http://litemind.com/on-task.html

 

Granted, sometimes the urge to procrastinate wins regardless, but this saves me from getting sidetracked almost every day. The advice on the byline is just too wise to ignore — the reason it works so well for me is because it reminds me it’s all about choices, not about forcing myself to work.

If you like the idea of having a “focus start page” and don’t want to create your own, feel free to use the one I created. You can even steal it and save it locally to a folder on your computer so that it loads even faster.

 

Here it is again:

 

Anyway, as this works really well for me, I figured it could help you as well. 🙂
If you try it, let me know how it goes!

All the best,
Luciano
http://litemind.com

 

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January 19, 2011 1 comment

Topic # 19 Describe Bravery

January 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Are you Brave?

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Post       : Topic: What is the bravest thing?

URL        : http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/topic-what-is-the-bravest-thing/

Posted     : January 18, 2011 at 9:15 am

Author     : Scott Berkun

Tags       : postaday2011,

Categories : plinky, topic ideas

Topic #19

brought to you by Plinky.com (http://www.plinky.com) ):

Describe a time when you witnessed bravery:

a) in your profession (Barber Shop) – I was brave one day as I was cutting hair and we had a cork board up full of “business Cards” of the area towns people; and this lady comes in and starts to hand write each one of them in a notebook.  As I politely walked away from my client, I said to her, “what are you doing?”  She told me she needed “new” contacts for her “new” business.  I told her that she may not take those names and numbers.  “In a nutshell, she verbally fought with me, as I told her to “get out of the shop before I call the police.”  Either way it was ethically wrong.

  1. RajivJanuary 18, 2011 at 9:18 amReply

Do you want me to suggest nominees for Red & White Bravery Award

http://rrajiv.wordpress.com

  1. LoriJanuary 18, 2011 at 9:22 amReply

Yesterday’s post was the most viewed post I’ve ever had — thank you again for the inspiration.

http://facingfifty.wordpress.org

  1. Ashley PariseauJanuary 18, 2011 at 9:27 amReply

I like this one too.

  1. Destination InfinityJanuary 18, 2011 at 9:31 amReply

The bravest thing in the world is telling the truth, to yourself. If you can do that, you can do anything.