The single most important thing you can do to boost your social media engagement is right better headlines. If you don’t get the click, you certainly don’t get engagement.
Old-fashioned headline templates are no longer enough. You need a smarter, stickier strategy. In today’s episode I give you a sample from our brand-new copywriting course-I’ll share five amazing tricks for perfect social media headlines.
Want to know the secret to writing well? Write a lot. Want to know the secret to writing a lot? Write fast.
Not only does writing fast help you write better, it also allows you to make more money (if your income is dependent upon your writing). In this episode…
The O.D.E.S.S.A. Secret To Writing 10X Faster (And Better)
Today’s post is a guest post written by Dennis McIntee, a trainer and consultant who works with leaders to uncover constraints and build roadmaps for growth to increase their bottom-line performance. Dennis’ new book, The 8 Qualities of Drama Free Teams
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As a leader, one of your chief responsibilities is creating culture within your organization; and it’s the culture you create that will determine the results you enjoy.
Oranges grow in Florida and apples in Michigan. Why? Each environment grows specific fruit. It works the same with your team. The fruit your organization grows depends upon the culture you create.
Have you ever written a blog post, one you thought was going to be brilliant, only to read it afterward and realize it falls flat? Have you ever gone back through your library of past posts, and occasionally wondered, “How did I write something this boring?
If so, don’t despair. I think all of us who write experience this phenomenon. The good news is you can resurrect “dead” blog posts. In this episode, I will describe 5 quick ways you can jumpstart a dead blog post.
Yesterday I preached a sermon called, “The 5 Doors of Destiny” at Zion in Spokane, WA. You can hear that sermon here.
Or, you can receive the point I was trying to make just by reading the two paragraphs below.
A legitimate question to ask is, “If Jesus is now Lord of the world, why is it still filled with evil, wickedness, pain, and chaos?”
The answer: Jesus, the ruler of the world, has chosen to rule in and through his people. For this reason, the Scriptures call us “kings and priests” on the earth. Or as Peter put it, “a royal priesthood”, bringing us back to God’s original plan for human beings.
Jesus: A Theography, by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola, pp. 159