Thanks to all the time we’ve spent sheltering-in-place, we can’t blame weight gain or unhealthy eating on restaurant food or on not having the time to work out. So if getting back in shape really does matter to you, check out my friend Caroline de Posada’s Wellness Challenge. It’s based on Caroline’s 28-day CORE Crew program. Caro says it’s an accountability group to help you start doing things to become a better you.
We all knew that social media marketing needed to become an important part of our businesses, but most of us were too busy to learn how to do it. Lucky for us, Dan Grech figured it all out and has distilled the finer points into his 5-week online BizHack program. According to Dan, the BizHack Academy specializes in training business owners to improve their marketing to attract more customers and generate leads and increase their revenue.
I took Dan’s hands-on program in person a few months ago, now he’s moved it online so you can learn social media marketing from the comfort of your own home.
Let’s face it, besides fear of the Coronavirus, we’re all suffering from “Zoomsuastion.” That’s my new newly-coined word for the newly created fatigue brought on by back to back to back online meetings.
Whether it’s Zoom, Go-To-Meeting, Skype, Facetime or some other Internet meeting app, we’re all learning how to make the best presentation possible on our computer screens. And based on some of the interminable tech talks I’ve suffered through recently, some of us are clearly better at it than others.
If you want to improve both your online presentation skills and your understanding of the technology you use to make the presentations, my friend Dave Bricker has written the book on how to do it. Speak Inside the Boxis Dave’s comprehensive guide on how to be the best online. And if you want more personalized help, Dave is available for one-on-one instruction as well.
Finally, if it’s your To Do itself list that needs help, watch the videos hosted at TheSecretWeapon.org. These guys have adapted the comprehensive genius of David Alan’s Getting Things Done to work on Evernote’s organizational software. This is the system I use to keep my unmanaged emails down to only 20 or so from the thousands and thousands that used to haunt my Outlook files. I use Evernote to run my business and my life and I can’t recommend it highly enough.