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Healthier Social Media for the Entire Family

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! It should go without saying that social media should be fun. The whole purpose behind social media is to be social in ways that help build community and showcase things that interest the user. Sadly, social media has become problematic territory for many […]

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Low Impact Exercises that Yield High Results

low impact exercises that yield high results

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! When it comes to weight management and heart health, we often hear how important cardiovascular exercise is for best results. Aerobic exercise is excellent for oxygenating blood, getting it pumping and helping bodies get lean and strong. There are a wide variety of […]

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Social Media Strategies for Small Business

social media strategies for small business

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! Being competitive in the marketplace is important. Small businesses don’t have the marketing budgets big brands have. Their marketing dollars need to be stretched and spent wisely. While big brands have some advantages, small businesses have unique advantages too. Social media is a perfect […]

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Living in the Sandwich Generation

living in the sandwich generation

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! The term sandwich generation refers to men and women supporting their parents and their children simultaneously. This generation of people tend to be middle-aged, 35-54, and still in the workforce while caring for aging parents as well as their own children. The term […]

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Storytelling to Increase Audience Engagement

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! Did you know that the human brain is wired or attracted to stories? This is because stories are how the human brain learns, grows, and remembers things. Through stories, you can better remember important events and communicate or connect with your peers […]

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Building Better Friendships

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! For many years, the studies done on friendships were mainly centered in the fields of psychology, social anthropology, and sciences that focused on culture and behavior. In the past, the ideas surrounding and supporting friendships were mainly focused on behaviors or the socio-emotional […]

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Developing a Courageous Mindset

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! Wikipedia describes courage as the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation. Valor is courage or bravery, especially in battle. That’s a lot of things to be courageous about! We live in a world that requires a lot of courage. Even […]

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Your Messy Home Could Be Affecting Your Sleep

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation!   Overstimulation is a chief cause for overwhelm. Living in a chaotic and messy home can affect our senses. From the visual effects of clutter and chaos, to odd odors and dander from unknown sources, or the inability to find things with ease, we […]

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Use Storytelling to Benefit Your Business

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation!   Storytelling allows you to create an avatar or ideal mascot that is relatable. When your prospects see themselves in your avatar, they will imagine themselves benefitting the same way. This can be done by using testimonials from other customers who have had similar […]

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Quarterly Planning Challenge

 Build Your List, Grow Your Reach, And Stop Worrying About Constant Content Creation! Did you make a to-do list for the day? If so, how far have you gone, or did you completely forget about it already? Well, don’t worry too much. As roughly 41% of items on most people’s to-do lists never get done, […]

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