Social Media Marketing Tip #25- Time Management Skills

by golda on November 13, 2010

 

 

 

WOW…..100 Videos and Counting πŸ™‚

When I first started online I didn't know what I was doing. Now here I am celebrating my 100th video. Now onto the point of this post… We're winding down to the final social media marketing tips and today I wanted to share a very important tip from a good friend and Master Marketer, Dwayne Pyle. He is all over the internet, generating leads out the ying yang. He's also a dedicated family man.

Time Management Tips

Clearly he knows how to utilize his time to get the results that he wants. Why is it that some people are so productive and other struggle to get the simplest tasks done? We all have the same amount of time in any given day yet there must be some super ninja secret that only a few select know about.

 

 

So what's your daily mode of operation? Do you have a written schedule that works for you? If not, why not. Create one and follow it. Success happens through a process of the right consistent actions. I hope that you found this valuable, please share your thoughts below and share with your networks. Have a fabulous day πŸ™‚

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1 Anonymous November 18, 2010 at 8:55 pm

I am so thrilled I found my way to your blog this week! You have a magnetic personality and radiant spirit. Really great interview with your friend Dwayne ~ he hit it right on the money. You need a DMO, so you have time allotted for your income producing activities, your marketing AND yourself! I have written on this topic and have a very organized routine personally ~ I definitely keep some flexibility with it, but there are no days where I am wondering what in the world to do. And while I think that we all have to be accountable to ourselves first and foremost, I must say, my accountability partner ROCKS my world. Without him, and I know he’d say the same about me, our lives would be half as amazing as they are. πŸ™‚ So if you’re not cutting it on your own, or maybe you are but you want to kick it up a notch, find a partner in crime! Thanks for sharing this….and CONGRATS on 100 videos, Golda. Woo Hoo!

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2 Golda Smith November 20, 2010 at 4:55 am

Beth, I am thrilled that you found my blog as well. Thank you for your very thoughtful comment. The greatest lesson I learned from my mentor, Susan Sly, is the importance of creating a schedule that I can live into. Once I did that, like you I shared it with my accountability partners. Thanks again Beth, until next time…

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3 Amyjo Neal November 24, 2010 at 1:00 pm

Daily mode of operation is KEY! Great vid Golda! I love the guy hangin’ from the bridge as much as the great tips. Good think NYC has such great leaders as you and Dwayne rockin’ it out there… ~Amy

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4 Golda Smith November 27, 2010 at 2:41 am

Thank you so much Amy! New York is such a cool city to shot video and Dwayne is definitely a great co-host.

Golda

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5 seph from media marketing January 13, 2011 at 8:55 am

My point of power is my daily mode of operation. I can determine the level of my well place actions, of being in front of decision making people either over the phone or in person. One caveat, it is always easier to build fast than slow.

And your video helps me to know my daily operation, a great video from a great person, a job well done. Anyway, just continue your good work hoping many post like this to come and I will always visit to update your great site. So good luck and wish you the very best Golda!

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6 golda
Twitter: only1golda
January 13, 2011 at 11:48 am

Hi Seph and thank you for you thoughtful comment.

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