Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 4/30/10

Posted by Heather Villa, CMA, MBA, MSM on April 30, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

How to Visualize: A Guide to Creative Visualization – Football players do it, Wrestlers do it, Olympians do it…. They all visualize winning the game, the match, or the gold medal prior to even competing in the determining event. Marelisa outlines the process of creative visualization and provides many great resources as well.

Don’t Change Your Job – Change Your Mind – We have all heard “Look before you leap” but when it comes to being happy in our professional career of choice that same frame of thought applies. Christine sits down and helps one of her friends brainstorm and explore ways to help him organize and prioritize in order to bring back the sense of power and get rid of the mud he felt stuck in!

An Open Letter to Facebook – Tamar lays it out on the table. No frills, no sugar to sweeten it, no fluff. It’s cut and dry. She provides Facebook some constructive criticism on some major complaints on their services, TOS, and their lack of common sense features (like the search box to go through fans of your page).

A Very Expensive Cat Chair – Shadow is going to be the most envied cat in the neighborhood!

Five common (personal) blogging problems and how to fix them – This is a comprehensive article that lists out some pretty helpful tips on how to avoid 5 common blogging problems. A must read for any blogger out there!!

How to appropriately and graciously say “no.” – It is ok to say no BUT there is a good way to go about it and a not so good way to go about it. Here are 8 great tips to keep in mind or use when saying no, graciously.

Favorite video: Analyzing your competitors – It’s always a good practice to know what your competitors are doing. Aaron shares a great video on how to take what your competitors are doing and devise a plan to surge pass them.

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