Patience is a virtue, but not everyone has it. We all need it, but not everyone gets it. Patience can be the difference between having a very successful business or working for a low wage. I have done a lot of Lego animations, and they require a lot of patience. A 30 second video could contain over 100 pictures. If you wanted to get a 5 minute Lego animation video, you would need thousands of photos. The photos are also hard to get since you have to move the Lego mini figure in a very slow process. If the mini figures are relocated, you will have to start all over again. On the other hand, these videos have been viewed millions of times on YouTube. We all need patience, but not everyone gets it. If you want to see your business succeed, you do need to have some patience in the beginning.
There are more pages on this blog which have provided more content. However, more is not always better. For my blog, I believe that these extra pages will be better, but it is important not to overcrowd your blog with too many pages. This will result in the blog looking too organized, and your pages will be on top of each other. This will result in posts being hidden from view. It is good to add more pages to your blogs, but be sure not to add too many or leave some of them on the sidebar.
There is also a new layout for the blog which is the picoclean theme. It is a good upgrade from the other theme which allows for a menu on the top and more options for the sidebar. The title also appears bigger than it was in the previous theme.
This blog gets updated so it is a better experience for everyone.
No one can help anyone get out of the bad habit of procrastination. They can advise ways to get out of procrastination, but it is up to the procrastinator to change his habits. There are many people who procrastinate, and then the perfect day for productivity turns into another wasted day. I want to share with you some methods that I use to prevent myself from procrastinating so that you procrastinate less as well.
- Write down your goals and make a schedule for when each goal should be accomplished.
- Think about where you will be if you don’t procrastinate for a day.
- Take very small breaks. My breaks are only 5 minutes long when I have to do something important for my business.
- Stay away from the TV or surfing the internet. Those two devices can take away a lot of time.
- Make what you do fun. You’ll want to do it more.
I have been on Twitter for awhile now. My number of followers have dramatically grown from a steady 1,600 to now over 3,000 followers. I am also spending even more time on Twitter as well since I want to get to 3,500 Twitter followers before the end of Easter Break. I have increased the amount of follow backs I do, but I do not use the #followback hashtag. You should not use that hashtag. Just let the followers to following ratio do the talking.
There is another main problem that I have been seeing users do. I have been following a lot of people, and within 5 minutes I follow them, I get a direct messages. Getting a DM is good because the person who you follow cares about you, right? In over 90% of the DMs however, it is someone promoting an eBook or wanting you to follow their other social networks as well. I find these DMs very annoying especially since I get about 10 of these messages a day. The first DM looked impressive, and I wanted to do it, but when you get the same DMs saying similar stuff all of the time, it gets very tiresome.
As I was about to hit the Schedule button to schedule this blog post, sure enough, I got another DM. Avoiding these problems will give your followers more respect for you.
Since this is a scheduled blog post, I am still in school for the moment. However, when the school day is over, I get a week and a half break. While I will enjoy all of those days off, I have created a list of goals for myself to complete. One of my notable goals is to add more pages (pages and posts are different) to this blog. This will mean more content. One of my plans is to add a page with a list of inspirational quotes and small explanations for each. I am open to suggestions, and I look forward to adding even more content to this blog over the break.
Overconfidence can be destructive. Some of the Ancient World’s greatest societies have collapsed because of overconfidence. Even Rome which seemed undefeatable fell. Overconfidence will prevent you from looking at any problems in your business. These problems may be considered as “minor,” but if a minor problem isn’t fixed within a certain period of time, it becomes major. Great blogs have fallen because of content not being updated. This blog gets over 60 visitors per day (and growing!) which is a good sign for future success. If this blog or any other blog was never updated again, the number of visitors would dwindle down to virtually nothing. I have emphasized how important it is to update a blog because in the beginning, I did not update all of my blogs. The traffic stats clearly show when I updated and didn’t update my blogs.