In the last week, I’ve spent some time analyzing what I’m doing with this blog. What I realized is I’m spending a lot of time on content creation, but very little on activities that grow the business. As a result, I’ve decided to reconfigure my work flow and focus more on the things that will generate long-term profits. [click to continue…]
It’s Memorial Day weekend here in the United States. That means for many people it’s time to hit the beaches and enjoy a few barbeques. To celebrate this day, I’ve worked extra hard to find some really useful links in this edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections. So let’s get crackin’… [click to continue…]
I would consider myself to be pretty generous to my friends and family. Whenever someone needs help, I’m usually there to lend support. In my opinion, it’s through our relationships that we get the really good things in life. [click to continue…]
On Tuesday, I discussed my concept of doing a “human split-test” when it comes to hiring an outsource worker. While I covered the technique I use for finding a quality worker, I didn’t discuss why split-testing should be a vital part of your business. [click to continue…]
It happens to the best of us. For the last few days, I’ve struggled with coming up with article ideas for this site. While I have a notebook full of ideas, nothing seems to stand out. I want to create content that people respond to, but I’ve reached a stumbling block.
So once again, I’m asking for your help. In return, you’ll get something back. Let me explain… [click to continue…]
Today’s post is a guest article from Gurl of Gurl’s Asylum. On her site, she talks about many important topics dealing with relationships, specifically how to make a long-distance relationship work. While I have a few articles on this site that deal with dating success, I’m glad she submitted this article because it provides an insight into relationships from a feminine standpoint.
I have been through many romantic relationships, and I make no bones about having made many mistakes in each one. Each relationship was a necessary part of my life in that they were learning experiences. Each one taught me about myself and about the mistakes that will make any relationship fail. Today, I’d like to share with you the five most important lessons I have learned. [click to continue…]