If you have a Mindset change, you can really control the outcome of any situation.
My girlfriend invited me to go to a “Lock and Key” singles event Friday evening a few weeks ago. I was at her home for a holiday dinner and with all the festivity around me I thoughtlessly agreed to go with her and her cousins.
When Friday rolled around I started thinking about what had I gotten myself into.
I called her and truthfully explained that I would rather go to the dentist than go to a singles event.
She patiently told me to change my attitude and that I should focus on just going with her and her cousins and have fun with “the girls.” She also reminded me of the possibility of meeting someone I could help or, who in turn, could help me (in business).
Nutrition, jewelry and fashion I knew, …. Social Media, eh?
You will not make the same Social Media mistakes as so many newbies like myself have done. Save yourself time, money and some major headaches!
This article takes you through the maze of “Social Media information” that I went through to learn how to market my business online. It then presents a much easier, less stressful way FOR YOU to navigate all that’s available, and be successful.
My first experience in Social Media:
At first I joined facebook, twitter, linked in… and did nothing for awhile. I occasionally put a few posts on facebook with hardly no one responding and I wondered why everyone had so many “friends” and I had so few – 4000 to my 60 – what’s up with that? Just hearing that there were over 350 social media sites put me in a tizzy. I wanted to learn more, I wanted to know it all and I wanted to know it NOW.
A better way:
Take a deep breath and realize there is a lot to learn about marketing on the internet through social media. Recognize that while there are so many Social Media sites you do not need to start with all of them. Pick one, like facebook, and focus on learning and mastering all the skills you need related to that.
Two weeks ago I went to ” The Great Wealth Transfer Conference” organized by Ann Sieg and her 80/20 Marketing Team. I wanted to let the information simmer in my brain before I put pen to paper.
My mission is to guide women to financial stability and security so they can have peace of mind for themselves and their family, and therefore have been studying as much material as I can get my hands on and absorb into my brain.
This is the more inclusive budget. It took a lot of thought and planning and I hope it will prove helpful to you. This is the one to use when you are serious with your financial planning process.
To make it easier for you, I’ve broken up the budget data into categories. This should help significantly with your financial planning process. If I missed something, I do apologize up front and will welcome your suggestions!
This is an extremely comprehensive budget – you will fill in the categories that fit you and your lifestyle. Stay focused on your goal – being involved and responsible in your financial planning process.