A Walk in the Park
I just took an afternoon walk in the park. After being indoor most of the day it felt great to get out and catch some fresh air.
As I was walking, a young mom called out to her young son, “Tommy, come on home – it’s time to eat”.
I was immediately taken back to my childhood when as a young kid my mom would call out for me and tell me to come back home before dark so I could eat dinner. Its the simple things that mean so much.
I say young Tommy is a blessed kid.
Our First Ad on Twitter
I just submitted our first ad, ever, on Twitter. I am waiting for Twitter to approve the ad. Hope this goes well. Twitter has some amazing targeting options to help you put your ad in front of interested prospects. I will report my findings.
You can take a look at the ad here: https://twitter.com/JohnOlsonLive/status/504275116063084544
Are You Desperate?
Are you living in a state of desperation right now?
Desperation usually follows after one of 3 traumatic events occur:
- an important relationship ends permanently
- the last dollar is spent
- a distressing phone call is received from a health professional
Desperation takes us to a fork in the road and gives us 2 choices:
Either choice is going to be very difficult.
Devastation is a dark place. This is the default choice. It can be temporary but often times is permanent.
Determination requires difficult discipline, but it inspires hope. Hope fuels passion. Passion is contagious and almost always results in some kind of mind blowing success with a team of people cheering about how glorious the experience of climbing out of the ashes of ruin.
Do not quit business pros! Choose determination. It’s hard but it’s so worth the effort.
Unless Companies Pay, Their Facebook Updates Reach 6 Percent of Followers
Facebook continues to tighten the screws on businesses who use their services to market to customers. Independent research points to only 6%. Read more to discover how to adjust with the changes: 6 Percent
All Facebook Image Dimensions: Timeline, Posts, Ads [Infographic]
Have you ever struggled to get the proper size graphic into a Facebook post? This infographic by John Loomer will clear things up for you. All of the various sizes are listed in one great infographic to save you time and frustration. Click here to view it: Facebook Image Dimensions Infographic