EncouragingExcellence commented on the following stories on BizSugar
While his motive was to gain freedom for his people, he was a terrorist in that he supported violant action and considered the people killed "fair game" and often innocent people are killed in actions like that. To the victor the spoils, to the loser the condemnation. There are many in various countries at the moment who would fall into that category, yet a shift in perception and roles could just as easily be reversed. "
Absolutely Yoni. If we were to stay within the boundaries we won't develop. It also brings into question morals and ethics too, some of what is acceptable morally and ethically today would have been frowned upon 30 years ago. It ALL gets stretched and at each stage we collectively agree or disagree with the boundaries and stay within them or disagree and move past them. The point of the post was to query rule breaking in business and whether it is beneficial or stifling to business owners."
I had both Tweetdeck and Hootsuite installed. Personally I prefer Hootsuite and I left Tweetdeck for the very reason you stated in the last paragraph, I think I'll go back and give it another go in the near future. I love playing around with applications like that to see how they work and you've given a really comprehensive guide to using it. Thanks Sian."
Great post Catherine. As someone who was bullied in nearly all walks of life at some stage, I think one of the best ways of counter-acting it is to teach the bullied person the skills to be able to deflect it so that it doesn't have the desired effect. It was only when I stood up to the bullies that they left me alone. An understanding of why they are bullying in the first place and correcting that would also nip it in the bud. Can't wait for the following posts :-) "
Lol, nice post Tina. In my *humble* opinion, a blog is simply one person's opinion sent out in cyber-space. I don't think we need to back it up with facts and figures, that it is up to the reader to decide whether to accept those facts at face value or not. If they do then they take the responsibilty for accepting them at face value or doing their own research themselves. As a "little green woman" - (translated: short Irish woman) I'm not sure whether to be offended or not, lol."
When I first bought my domain name the .com wasn't available (owned by a school somewhere in Africa) and became available April 2010, unfortunately I was away at the time and I missed the slot. It was bought by someone who offered it to me for $10,000 and I refused to bite. He badgered me for a month until I told him to shove it where the sun doesn't shine, that I would NEVER pay more than the normal asking price for it as I had the .ie, .org, .net, .co.uk domains and .com really wasn't that important to me since most of my business was local. Mis-takes are the things we do so that we can learn how to do it correctly the next time - an essential part of life. Unfortunately all too often we beat ourselves up over them unnecessarily. "
Thanks Duncan, Wow!! He definitely had IT!! It takes a lot of courage and determination to keep getting back up knowing what type of punch is coming at you...to be successful in anything in life, especially business you have to keep coming back knock down after knock down and find new ways to get past that."
Absolutely Niall. I've recently been suggesting to pals who are considering the self-employment route with whatever their passion is to have at least one pal who "gets" their passion too. On their down days they can remind them why they got into that line of business when they are too down to see it themselves. Sometimes hearing others remind us of our why can give it more Oooomph! "