Hey guys! Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend - and are looking down the barrel of a positive and productive week. Here are a few items I came across (and wrote) last week that I think you'll find valuable.
- Can you repurpose your content to monetize your blog? It seems you can. bit.ly/2dcTsK3
- It's so true that #Innovation requires curiosity: on.inc.com/2da4Uq0
- Content that’s in tune with what your audience needs is what REALLY drives online engagement. bit.ly/2djJTMI
- This video gives us a framework to help find our own personal story - and tell it compellingly: entm.ag/2cmgvk0
- These are the habits that make trustworthy leaders trustworthy: bit.ly/2cRbpNB
- Great insight into what make UnderArmor successful. There's substance under that brand. ow.ly/Nrl5304msQF
- Here's why you should be more of a planner (even if you hate it): ow.ly/TPVf304ms04
- Didn't we hear that the tech market was a bubble ready to crash? Here's why maybe it didn't: bit.ly/2cyye8S
- This is a good way of looking at things when your plans don't go as expected: bit.ly/2cZ4MNS
- The secret to improved productivity and creativity just might be to collaborate LESS: bit.ly/2d5U7Sf
Last week I thought a lot about the issue of how to get yourself re-motivated and re-energised in your business. At some point or another we all lose some steam, and how hard it can be to get yourself going again. I shared some thoughts about that:
- Sometimes someone from the “outside” can help push you toward resolving your lack of excitement for your business.
- Sometimes a new project or new goals is just what you need to help you regain momentum and excitement in your business.
- One way to regain your energy for your business is to look back and rediscover what attracted you in the first place.
- Build time into your schedule to reflect on your career, business, life. It’s a step toward re-energizing yourself.
And my last blog post focused on some ideas for how to pull yourself out of that rut. I hope you'll read it (if you haven't already) - and add your own ideas: "Gettin' The Passion Back".