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TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Laziness.

TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Laziness. | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

The path of least resistance makes all rivers, and some men, crooked. – Napoleon Hill

 

What inspire me this quote: Every day is a new day to make a step forward for success. Contrary to what one might think, doing nothing does not make us stay put, but we did a step back, in other words, it will take two days to return to the same level. As a leader we should be every day focused on our goals in the mind and with the right actions.

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11 Tips You Can Use Today to Develop Outstanding Content for Your Blog

11 Tips You Can Use Today to Develop Outstanding Content for Your Blog | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

How often should I post on my blog?... How long should my posts be?... Can I have other people write articles for me?... How far can I stray from my chosen topic?

 

How do I create incredible content that attracts hundreds of comments and shares? How do I keep people coming back to read everything I publish?

 

At some point, all bloggers have these and dozens of other questions about developing content. Maybe you’re struggling with some of them right now.

 

As we gear up for the launch of our new blog Expert Enough as part of the Million Dollar Blog Project, we’ve been thinking a lot about content strategy. I’m going to share our content strategy for the new blog later in this post, but first, here are 11 of my top tips for developing outstanding content for your blog:


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Tom George's comment, November 3, 2011 11:06 AM
Excellent thanks for sharing this today.
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How To Change From A Social Media User Into A Social Media Leader

How To Change From A Social Media User Into A Social Media Leader | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

I created and then abandoned a Twitter account many months ago. I had virtually zero reputation outside of Twitter when I started. And it wasn’t an account that became popular by following everyone back or using other tricks. On the abandoned account, all tweets were removed except one, which said:

 

Do not follow this account, follow this other account instead.

 

However, nearly 100,000 people followed the old account in the coming months (though many figured out their error eventually, and switched to the new one). That’s the power of a leader’s reputation in social media. Reputation can bring people to you even after you have left...


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