You know you love to nap. It's decadent and restorative...quite a combination. But did you also know that there's a right way to nap? Read this article from MJ Peak Performance to learn how to nap correctly.
I discovered Ronni Bennett's blog this morning, and delighted in reading her rant on the deterioriating movie going experience. Writing as the Crabby Old Lady, she touts rude people with ringing cell phones, crying babies and misbehaving children as part of the problem. And the lack of movie management's controlling the environment for the rest of the patrons.
The movie-going experience has deteriorated in more ways, and I blame the theater owners. Ushers to hush the crowd...there are no ushers. There aren't even people in the projection booth. Several times this year there has been a problem with the movie (one time it burned) and it takes a patron going out to notify the manager to get it fixed.
And of course, there is the movie industry. More and more the trailers give away the best moments of the movie. I've concerned doing a compilation of trailers in order to have one movie that is only made up of entertaining moments. One more remake and I think I'll scream.
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For those in the know, Seth Godin is a guru of marketing and viral marketing. I had the opportunity to attend one of his workshops when they were in Dobbs Ferry NY. He only does a few a year, so if you want to learn from a master, head on over to his site and register. If you do, mention that you read about it here, if you are so inclined.
Now it can be told. I've been among a small group of beta testers for Seth Godin's newest venture Squidoo. I've got four lenses going and given time...will probably add more. The above link is to my Foodie lens. But I also have one for coaches, personal development, and one for business building.
Take a look. Check out Squidoo. While you're there you may be inspired to create your own "lens" on a topic near and dear to your heart. Let me know if you do!
If you're as tired of those endless computer loops when you try to get through to a company for support, Paul English has posted the way to get through to real people in over 100 companies (some of which you've probably dialed).