How Facebook and Twitter Can Make You a PR Star
Former Emmy winning reporter Jeff Crilley discusses social media secrets - How Facebook and Twitter can make you a PR star...
No drugs, no steroids, no dietary suppliments, no changes to diet. I used a new high intensity strength training paradigm whose workouts are ultra brief, ultra efficient, and produce incredible progress.
Sounds like hype. It isn't. Before I learned this new exercise paradigm: Off and on for 10+ years, 3 times a week I'd do 40-45 stations of circuit weight training, 10-15 repetitions each, 60-90 minutes per workout. I was spending 12-18 HOURS per month in the gym and only getting modest strength gains.
Now, that I use this new exercise paradigm: I alternate between two workouts, (an A and a B), 5 exercises per workout, one repetition each exercise. At this stage of my development, I only do one 20-30 minute workout per month and only 1-2 minutes of that is actually spent lifting weight (the rest of the time is warm-up, equipment set-ups, and logging my workout).
With this new technique, far less time spent exercising yielded much bigger and faster results.
Is your brand?
Former Emmy winning reporter Jeff Crilley discusses how to brand effectively...
Do you watch streaming video? Would you like to save a lot of time doing so?
To better help my clients, and to just plain survive economicaly, I must constantly learn a lot -- studying powerful paradigms, ways to optimize time and resources, ways to reengineer business plans and models, much more effective marketing techniques, and so on. I learn from modelling the masters. Some of that is via studying on-line streaming video courseware.
That can be very time consuming and my time is valuable.
One of the intense and extremely valuable on-line educational courses I'm currently studying consists of more than 30 sessions, each one consisting of about an hour of video, another 1-2 hours of Q&A video, 50-100 pages of supporting printed material. That's PER session.
Photoreading and speed reading greatly speeds up my use of the printed material, but what about the videos?
I recently found a software tool that instantly more than DOUBLED my productivity studying video.
It installed it in just a few minutes and in my first 2 hours using it, I studied more than 4 hours of video! No learning curve, it's easy to use, and my results were immediate.
Is your time important? Do you study or watch videos? Would you like to be much faster and efficient doing so? If so, read on...
Social marketing ettiquite (Twitter, Facebook) some people call it Twitiquite.
Former Emmy winning reporter Jeff Crilley discusses how...