Who Said That – 26 October 2007
We close out each week with our Who Said That?, where we give some link love to other blogs and regular websites that we feel you may find interesting.
Let’s get started!
I’m a huge believer that the language we use greatly influences what we are capable of. We literally train ourselves to believe what is and what is not possible by the language we use in our own self talk. In this post, Lodewijkvdb has compiled 47 words that sabotage your goals. Replace these words with actionable words of ownership and it is amazing how much more you will instantly become capable of and how things that seemed impossible before suddenly have a solution.
Though the author Beth is a freelance writer, this post is essential for any freelancer or project manager that quotes a price based on the time it *should* take to complete a project. Projects always seem to take longer than we think they will. Sometimes, we can misquote so badly that our hourly rate is comparable with a fast food employee! This must stop and Beth will show you how.
You spend a lot of time writing for your blog- why let those older posts go to waste? This post at CashQuest.com gives some ideas of how to blow the dust off of those older posts and turn them into money.
Dave Navarro started this started to share 7 ways that he uses to get his creative juices flowing before sitting down to write. However, 660 Diggs and 79 comments later, this post has become a massive database of ideas from bloggers and writers around the world! If you can’t find some inspiration here, it might be time to pack up your domain name. If you use a strategy that you don’t see listed here, be sure to add it!
I literally find myself laughing out loud whenever I read a post from Naomi at IttyBiz. Her knack of seeing the plainly obvious and her sense of humor makes this blog such an enjoyable read, this is one you’ll want to come back to over and over again! Naomi has rounded up her picks from the web about how entrepreneurs can find more money in a post laced with plenty of humor.