– Anita Roddick (1942–2007)
English entrepreneur and activist
founder of The Body Shop
A simple challenge where everyone wins (you and those around you). No risk. No additional time required.
Within the next 3 weeks (or maybe the next 3 minutes), set a 2-day period as your days (or your team’s days) to inspire others. Two days where you’ll put on blinders to anything negative and be the one in the office who everyone else can count on for words and actions that inspire and encourage. Two days where you’re the light for other people – your colleagues, your prospects, your customers – no matter what.
Allow nothing negative and focus only on your service to others.
“Life is luck, make it.”
–Mother Teresa (1910–1997)
Nobel Peace Prize winner
If you’re not earning the income you’d like to earn, ask yourself…
“Am I working like someone who makes $X thousand a year… someone who makes roughly $Y every money hour* of the day?”
Are you valuing your time at that level? If not, who will?
- $50,000 = $25 every money hour
- $75,000 = $37 every money hour
- $100,000 = $50 every money hour (almost $1 a minute)
- $120,000 = $60 every money hour ($1 a minute)
- $150,000 = $75 every money hour
- $200,000 = $100 every money hour
- $250,000 = $125 every money hour (more than $2 a minute)
Greater than $250,000 = You probably don’t need the reminder.
When I get home, I upload my photos to Panoramio and position them on the map. Pictures uploaded to Panoramio can be featured in the “Photos” layer of Google Earth and Google Maps, which means that I can share my travel experiences with others and, in return, explore places around the world through the eyes of other photographers.
Starting today, you can share your passions through photographs more collaboratively with Panoramio Groups. This new feature lets you create a sub-community within Panoramio around a topic you’re passionate about, so you can easily engage with like-minded photographers and hobbyists.
Panoramio is an online community of people that share and explore photos of the world.
For example, in my trips around the world, I always take the time to enjoy the local cuisine, like Costa Brava’s arròs negre. So I created a group called “Food,” to give others a “taste” of that region and get a glimpse of what fellow foodies are feasting on. My fellow group members—and by all means I hope you’ll become one of them!—can add their own photos, browse others’ and get culinary and travel inspiration.
Panoramio Groups allow members to share photos and start discussions on a given topic.
To share your own interests and passions through photos, hop over to Panoramio and create your own group or join an existing one from the Groups Directory. You can show off your photos of your favorite restaurant, the most beautiful sunset you’ve seen, the latest lighthouse you’ve visited, or the cutest dog from each continent. Whatever it is, try starting a discussion about your favorite topics and share what matters to you with others.