This Blog by Cher’ley Grogg Q: What did the second hand say to the hour hand as it passed by? A: See you again in a minute. Q: What do you call a story that one clock tells to another? A: Second-hand information. Time is on My Side, Yes it Is: Time is on my side, … Continue reading Time is on My Side, Yes it Is by Cher’ley
by Sarah M. Chen I was this close to not posting anything today. Hence, the title of this post. I figured OK, it’s 9/11. I should write something thoughtful, profound, and emotionally moving. But the thought of it was just too daunting. I’m stressed as it is and now I’ve just added to it by … Continue reading The Post that Almost Wasn’t
Two months ago I wrote about fiscal planning for 2016. It's important to know what you have in mind for your business in advance so you can map out the work that needs to be done. Today's topic is time management because boy do I need it. Having a business plan is only part of … Continue reading Time Management and Planning
That's what I do at Conferences--CU and other people. I arrived on Friday before noon (in case they needed extra help). This Blog by Cher'ley Grogg After years of following and becoming online friends (way before Facebook) with Austin Camacho, I finally met him and his lovely wife Denise. The C3 conference was their idea and it was … Continue reading CU, C-ME, C3 by Cher’ley
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Book promotion is a full-time job. Just ask any Indie author and you’ll get an earful. Not only are we responsible for the story, cover, editing, formatting and whatever else needs to be done, we are also responsible to get the word out about the book once … Continue reading Are You A Book Promotions Expert?
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction I have a close friend who does an excellent job of taking care of herself. She goes in at least once a week for a massage; manicures and pedicures are a normal routine for her, and she keeps her hair cut, styled and colored. I’ve often thought, … Continue reading Do You Take Care of Your Greatest Asset?
This post is by Nancy JardineYou'll soon get the message that I'm a bit preoccupied just now, and because of that I'm posting about an old topic.A very strange saying was drilled into me at school and it has never left me. “Excel in the 3 Rs – Reading, (w)Riting, and (a)Rithmetic- and you’ll never … Continue reading Oh, no! It’s those… Rs…again
This post is by Erin Thorne. Many people keep journals for various reasons. They use this medium to inscribe personal thoughts, vent difficult-to-handle emotions, and as a record of special life events. However, a journal is also an ideal place in which to track one’s writing progress. I recently began to do this as an … Continue reading Printing Progress
This post is by Erin Thorne. I, like many teenagers, first entered the workforce via the avenue of the fast food industry. It was a hectic environment in which employees hustled to take food orders and speedily deliver bags and trays of greasy goodness to hungry customers. We were especially busy during the breakfast, lunch, … Continue reading Don’t lean, clean!
This Post by Gayle M. Irwin About 10 days ago many of us changed our clocks, moving ahead one hour for Daylight Savings Time. Does moving the hands of time on our clocks really save time? Rarely do I adjust to the time change very well – it takes weeks for my self-clock to adjust. … Continue reading Where Does the Time Go!?