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If you look at goal setting as s way of achieving your values, you don't have to "start" on January 1 and "stop" on December 31. If you want to have more fuel for your soul regarding sound principles on goal setting, I recommend you to check out the works by Dr. Edwin A. Locke."
Here is an update to my post: I learned from the thread ("Will the Shoppybag email scam be able to get my personal information from my stored emails?") on the Google help forum that you could revoke a third-party access to your email contacts by going to your personal settings and then click on the link to "Change authorized websites" and you will see a list of websites with an "Authorized Access to your Google Account.""
Yoni, I like the real deal too, the smell of an antique book, turning the pages, making notes in the margin, highlighting things, etc. The thing is that the e-book reader and the iPad are getting there in the experience, plus some additional features like hyperlinks, interactive stuff, etc. It is also an economical thing regarding space and money. It is great to have several pieces of your favorite reading material in one place, instead of carrying around plenty of books. I haven't checked the price comparison, but I think you could save money by reading on e-book reader or listening to audio books. "
David, I think it is an integration of finding, developing and protecting your personal brand and at the same time interact in different online communities (in my case, e.g., Small Business Trends and here on BizSugar) and participate in social activities like Mashable Meetup and Social Media Club in Gothenburg, Sweden. David Stiernholm (@DavidStiernholm on Twitter) said something like this to me during a lunch meeting: "You have integrated your personal brand and your profession as a social media enthusiast in a good way." I credit my insight in fundamental ideas for this integration and that is why I use the motto, "Trader in Matter & Spirit" in my Twitter bio."