Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Bookmarking and Sharing

Do you have your ADDTHIS widget yet?

Addthis.com is a free service that allows you to install this discrete 'button' on your blog (see below) or website and enable the sharing of your content across all of your social networking sites.

"We currently support over 50 services including: Blogger, Delicious, Digg, Facebook, Google Bookmarks, Live, MySpace, StumbleUpon, Twitter, and many more. We're contstantly adding more services to AddThis, so you don't have to" quoted from the addthis website.

With an impressive list of support and compatibility with all of the sites to the left this is a 'must have' widget for anyone wanting to share their content all over the internet and generate more traffic to their website or blog.


Addthis also has a series of extras including these neat analytics and tools. This allows the user to keep track of exactly where their traffic is coming from and when.

Your widget is customisable and avialable in 20 different languages with safety and security guaranteed.


Some of the social networks supported!



This is the front page of the website. Press here and start sharing your content







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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Neuschwannstein

My time leverage has been paying dividends and allowing me to enjoy the things I love. One of them is travelling and especially with my girlfriend.

This is a picture of Neuschwannstein (New Stone Swan) in Bavaria, southern Germany. It is a magnificent castle built by the last Bavarian King. The picture doesn't really capture the passion that went into building this fairytale palace, but when you visit it is truly awesome.

It definately makes it on to the list of majestic places to visit and represents to me a purity of vision, determination and above all imagination.

Visualisation is one of the most important techniques for lasting success but without imagination we have only a blank canvas and no colours to paint it with.

Free your imagination and the sky is the limit!

Greetings from Bayern



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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Here's a great way of saving time posting on my social networks and blog. Uncovered at www.kevinbirchall.com

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Renegade University

I have been meaning to post this link for anyone that is struggling to get to grips with Internet marketing and Attraction Marketing. Our saviour has arrived in the form of a renegade!


I have enrolled in the Professional Level and strongly recommend others to do the same. The Masterminds behind this content rich and extremely relevant resource include two of the most successful 'Attraction Marketing' Gurus, Anne Sieg and Mike Dillard. The Renegade professional is a click by click 90 day system that is nothing short of life changing!

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Training is training

My favourite quote for some time has been from Mark Twain:




"There is nothing training cannot do, nothing is above its reach"



I have used this in my training sessions by spoonfeeding it to my trainees and repeated it to myself whenever the going gets tough. I find it reminds me that anything is possible, we need only learn how to do it.

Some like to use analogies about eating elephants, bite by bite and taking things step by step but however I put it at the moment....... I'm only 16weeks away from the Dublin Marathon and my legs hurt already!

This photo below is from last year and is taken with Chris Cassidy.


From Kevin Birchall Empowering Irish Entrepeneurs


Running a Marathon is a relatively painful, but very real reminder of the power of training. It requires many of the important things we rely on to achieve wealth, abundance and true freedom:

Commitment to your goals
Visualisation
Discipline
Perseverence
Inner strength
....and just putting one foot in front of the other
Because at the end of the day you will get there!
Lance Armstrong also said “Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever.”