|Posted on April 18, 2016 at 10:35 AM|
PERSONAL VISION STATEMENT
If you are in a steering a boat, most likely you have a destination point. Your life should be the same way. You are essentially steering your life but most of us don’t have a destination point. A destination point is your personal vision statement.
Stephen Covey states “begin with the end in mind.” The end in this case is your legacy. It is what you want people to remember the most about you. It is your life’s destination point and should also be your vision statement.
More than likely is won’t be what you do every day. People will not remember Janiece Carlson for her radio show but they will remember her dedication to new small businesses and women. They won’t remember her for the number of listeners but how she touched their lives.
How to write your vision statement:
1. Determine what two things or events make you angry? Angry enough to take action or it keeps you up at night. Typically it is not the event or item itself, but the how it violated your value system. Is there a common theme such as loyalty, honesty, justice, etc.?
2. Think about your two favorite childhood memories. What values can you highlight in those moments?
3. If your friends could summarize what you mean to them, what might they say?
4. What is your proudest moment in your life? What values are represented in your moment? Review your answers.
5. Assess your life the new few days. What moments make you feel good? What moments upset you or make you angry?
As time passes and you begin to see a clear pattern what values matter the most to you, then you can determine how those values fit into relationships with people in your life.
I will fight for acceptance for the .
I will be the most loving .
I want to be known for .
My superpower is .
Begin to steer everything in your life to this statement.
R O A D M A P T O S U C C E S S
|Posted on August 21, 2015 at 9:35 PM|
TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world. Everything we do is driven by this goal: How can we best spread great ideas?
This year our focus is on “Be Of Service". Colorado Springs is hosting their own event with 9 Speakers and you can participate in this first seminar in C/S by purchasing tickets to attend at: http/www.tedxcoloradosprings.org There is limited seating this year and tickets will sell out fast.
Come on out and get involved with like-minded people to see what we can create for our community! See how you can make a change!!
Ticket prices are $75
The event will take place at Stargazers Theater Colorado Springs, CO IN 2017 AGAIN!
|Posted on September 16, 2014 at 1:45 PM|
|Posted on June 10, 2014 at 4:15 PM|
Social Media Update 2014
Did you know, 42% of online adults use multiple social networking platforms. For those who use only one social networking site, Facebook is typically—though not always—the platform of choice.
Some 73% of online adults now use a social networking site of some kind. Facebook is the dominant social networking platform in the number of users, but a striking number of users are now diversifying onto other platforms. Some 42% of online adults now use multiple social networking sites. In addition, Instagram users are nearly as likely as Facebook users to check in to the site on a daily basis. These are among the key findings on social networking site usage and adoption from a new survey from the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project.
Despite recent growth by services such as Pinterest and Instagram, Facebook remains the dominant social networking platform
As in previous Pew Research surveys of social networking usage, Facebook remains the dominant player in the social networking space. Some 71% of online adults are now Facebook users, a slight increase from the 67% of online adults who used Facebook as of late 2012.
While Facebook is popular across a diverse mix of demographic groups, other sites have developed their own unique demographic user profiles. For example, Pinterest holds particular appeal to female users (women are four times as likely as men to be Pinterest users), and LinkedIn is especially popular among college graduates and internet users in higher income households. Twitter and Instagram have particular appeal to younger adults, urban dwellers, and non-whites. And there is substantial overlap between Twitter and Instagram user bases.
Facebook and Instagram exhibit especially high levels of user engagement: A majority of users on these sites check in to them on a daily basis
In addition to being the most commonly used social networking platform of the five we measured, Facebook also has high levels of engagement among its users: 63% of Facebook users visit the site at least once a day, with 40% doing so multiple times throughout the day.
Instagram and Twitter have a significantly smaller number of users than Facebook does, but users of these sites also tend to visit them frequently. Some 57% of Instagram users visit the site at least once a day (with 35% doing so multiple times per day), and 46% of Twitter users are daily visitors (with 29% visiting multiple times per day).
Overall, 42% of online adults use two or more of these social networks, while 36% use only one (the remaining 22% did not use any of the five specific sites we asked about). Among those who only use one major social networking platform, 84% say that Facebook is the single site that they frequent.
However, other “single platform” social networking site users have adopted a site other than Facebook as their platform of choice. Among those who use just one social networking site, 8% use LinkedIn, 4% use Pinterest, and 2% each say that Instagram or Twitter is their sole social networking site.
A note on the social networking platforms measured in this survey.
In this survey, they only asked about a subset of the social networking sites that people use. The Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project has collected recent data on the use of other social networking platforms – especially in the context of getting news.
About this survey
The results in this report are based on data from telephone interviews conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International from August 7 to September 16, 2013, among a sample of 1,801 adults, age 18 and older. This figure is based on a general social media usage question from a separate survey, conducted July 18-September 30, 2013 among 6,010 adults in the U.S.
Demographics of Key Social Networking Platforms
Fully 71% of online adults now use Facebook, and usage among seniors has increased significantly in the last year. Some 45% of internet users age 65 or older now use Facebook, up from 35% who did so in late 2012. Women are also particularly likely to use Facebook compared with men.
Some 18% of online adults currently use Twitter, statistically similar to the 16% who did so in 2012. As was the case in our previous surveys on Twitter use, adoption levels are particularly high among younger adults and African-Americans.
Some 17% of online adults use Instagram, up from 13% in late 2012. Two groups in particular have experienced a notable increase in Instagram usage in the last year. Instagram adoption by internet users ages 18-29 has increased from 28% in late 2012 to 37% in 2013, and adoption by African American internet users has increased from 23% to 34% over the same time period. Instagram was acquired by Facebook in April 2012.
Some 21% of online adults use Pinterest, up from the 15% who did so in December 2012. Women continue to dominate the site: fully 33% of online women are Pinterest users, compared to just 8% of men. Pinterest users also skew slightly towards the affluent side – those in the highest income bracket are more likely than those in the lowest to use the site, as are those with a college degree or higher compared to those who have not attended college.
Some 22% of online adults are LinkedIn users. As a platform geared towards professional networking, its user demographics are unique from the other sites discussed above. Specifically, LinkedIn usage is especially high among people with a college degree or higher, and among those with an annual household income of $75,000 or more. It is also the only social networking site we measured for which usage among 50-64 year olds is higher than usage among those ages 18-29.
Some 36% of internet users say that they use just one of the five social media sites specified in this report (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn), while 42% use two or more of these sites. The remaining 22% of internet users have not adopted any of the five major platforms we asked about in this survey.