Archive for March, 2010
Nothing slows down the growth of your business like a lack of attention to marketing and often that hesitation or lack of attention is due to fear.
*** Fear of marketing is rampant in the business world. ***
And it often looks like something else…
Not wanting to be “salesy”…
They’re all really about Fear of Marketing!
Get past those barriers and begin marketing success!
Join this call to learn the symptoms of fear of marketing and how you can shift your thinking to experience more ease with your marketing program. Discover the secrets to more comfortably marketing your business and achieve greater success, more customers and more income.
- The four symptoms of Fear of Marketing
- The hidden problem
- How to learn to love marketing
- Tips for getting the best of fear
- Tools to have more marketing success
Date: Thursday, April 1, 2010
Time: 7:00- 8:00pm ET (New York time)
Registration: Click here.
Recording: Available to all registrants.
Don’t miss this opportunity to shift your own thinking about marketing. You know your business needs this – don’t hesitate, procrastinate or try to do it perfectly – just register right now and then join the call on April 1st to start getting more marketing success for YOUR business.
Are headaches becoming a daily part of your life? It could be the screen. If you suspect that the screen may be causing your head to pound, here are some suggestions to cut down on the blinding glare.
For a long time, people didn’t think about the computer screen. When the screen is brighter it is easier to see, especially when the surrounding light is low. But, if you have ever looked at someone sitting in a dark room looking at a computer screen, what does it remind you of? Someone watching television of course. The only difference is that we are taught not to sit that close up to a television screen.
It’s no wonder that the screen affects so many of us. For home business owners, the computer is a necessity. Whether it is a laptop or a PC, you rely on it to conduct your business. So, what can you do to stop the strain?
Tip #1 – Unplug your laptop. When your laptop is plugged in it runs on AC power. The computer screen is brighter while you work. A good laptop battery can run free of AC power for six or eight hours. Even a four-hour battery will serve you well. So, simply unplug. The screen is now dimmed since it is using the battery. Work in four hour periods and then recharge the battery while you do something else.
Tip #2 – Use lamps and overhead lighting to compensate. If your monitor allows you to adjust the settings, turn them down. A desk lamp can compensate for the low light and help reduce the eyestrain.
Tip #3 – Invest in a glare filter. For PCs the filter is made into a bracket that fits over the monitor screen. For long hours spent on the computer, your eyes won’t become strained and cause headaches. Using the filter all the time will benefit everyone who uses the computer.
For laptops, glare filters fit on the edges of the screen frame or directly on the screen. They can be removed when you are done working. Some glare filters even incorporate privacy filters so that no one can see what you are doing on your laptop unless they are directly in front of the screen.