Conan O’Brien talks Social Media and how it kept him celebrated post-Tonight Show.

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HOW TO STAY FIT

PART III - 3 Simple Ways to Keep Motivated!
 

What does exercise have to do with personal branding?  Self-concept.  When you feel that you look good, you project that confidence on to the people around you.    Dr. Rober J. Sonstroem explains:
"Self-concept or its evaluative component, self-esteem, have been associated with overall academic achievement, reading achievement, classroom participation and the possession of social skills, and participation in extracurricular activities and the attainment of leadership status."

Here are 3 ways to keep motivated for the gym:
1.  Make a Money Jar
-Make an objective to buy workout clothes.
-Put $5 each time you go to the gym.
-By the time the month is over, you have enough money to buy your new shirt.
-Be lookin’ fly in your new gear!

2.  Weigh Yourself Everyweek
-Set weight goals.
-Evaluate weekly progress.
-Make adjustments to exercise accordingly.

3.  Buy Music
-Use Pandora.com to select good workout music.
-Use amazon.com to set up a wishlist for the music you liked on Pandora.
-Make a workout playlist on your mp3 player.
-Buy that song for .99 cents each time you go to work (only if you have worked out the day prior).
-Use your new playlist ONLY in the gym.

HOW TO STAY FIT


PART III - 3 Simple Ways to Keep Motivated!

 


What does exercise have to do with personal branding?  Self-concept.  When you feel that you look good, you project that confidence on to the people around you.    Dr. Rober J. Sonstroem explains:

"Self-concept or its evaluative component, self-esteem, have been associated with overall academic achievement, reading achievement, classroom participation and the possession of social skills, and participation in extracurricular activities and the attainment of leadership status."


Here are 3 ways to keep motivated for the gym:

1.  Make a Money Jar

  • -Make an objective to buy workout clothes.
  • -Put $5 each time you go to the gym.
  • -By the time the month is over, you have enough money to buy your new shirt.
  • -Be lookin’ fly in your new gear!


2.  Weigh Yourself Everyweek

  • -Set weight goals.
  • -Evaluate weekly progress.
  • -Make adjustments to exercise accordingly.


3.  Buy Music

  • -Use Pandora.com to select good workout music.
  • -Use amazon.com to set up a wishlist for the music you liked on Pandora.
  • -Make a workout playlist on your mp3 player.
  • -Buy that song for .99 cents each time you go to work (only if you have worked out the day prior).
  • -Use your new playlist ONLY in the gym.
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How to Trim Down: Part II

If you want to trim down, figure out what’s making you fat and then stop doing it. In the last post, we explored what’s making people fat. Now I’ll show you the perfect workout routine that will help you look good, feel great, and boost you’re self confidence.  Here you go:

If you’ve got extra junk in the trunk, add 20 minutes of cardio after each workout.

(Source: hardgainer.com)

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How to Trim Down: Part I

We all tend to be fatties without even realizing it.  I for example shot up 15lbs over the holidays with no indication that I was gaining weight.  No one told me I was getting fat.  Sure my clothes were a bit snugger but it was nothing to be concerned about.  But when I stepped on that scale and expected to see a certain weight and it turned out to be way over the number I imagined, it was a slap in the face.  

If you’re like me, we need to trim down and get fit fast.  The first thing we need to do is to have an understanding on how we gained the extra pounds in the first place.

(Source: CNN)

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How to be a Non-Stop Productive Machine this New Year

Don’t be cliche and not follow though with yet another New Years resolution.  We all have projects in our heads that go in the cerebral trash bin.  This is because we lack a plan to make them happen.  I got a tip for you that will turn the ideas in your head into simple action steps making them into projects to add to your done pile. 

I want you to go to http://www.creativesoutfitter.com/product/24/action-sheets. From there, scroll down to the How to Use section and click on the Product Sample PDF on the bottom right hand side.  Print of few of these sheets off.  Now, for each project in your head, write them down on seperate sheets you just printed off.

The rest is all gravy.  Start each action step with a verb like:

·        Call SBA to discuss . . .

·        Research the possibility of . . .

·        Update Resume for . . .

Simply remember that Action Steps are clear tasks to inch you forward in your project. References are ideas you get from a variety of sources. Backburner Items are ideas to keep in mind that are not necessarily crucial to your action plan.

That’s it, you’re done.  Now go out there and be fruitful!

(Source: behance.net)

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10 Things Job Applicants Should Know

I can’t tell you how many times we have interviewed a recent college graduate who would surely get an F in Job Hunting 101. Here’s my list of what job applicants can do to improve their odds.

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Employers add 117,000 jobs in July, unemployment rate drops

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This USA Today Economy article digs into the Labor Department’s release of July’s employment numbers.

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Great marketing, great cause.

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