#BlogRecipe: Michael Hyatt's 7 Steps To A Killer Blog PostTaking your blog to the next level means improving the content on your website. You hear the word, “killer” a lot in the content marketing world, but what exactly does it mean? According to Michael Hyatt, blogger at MichaelHyatt.com and author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World, a killer blog post is a post that performs well based on views, comments and shares. In a recent webcast, Hyatt shares his tips to creating a killer blog post. To help illustrate the importance of creating a killer blog post, Hyatt discussed seven steps. Below is a summary of all seven, along with tips on how
All Smiles At The KeysSome places are worth the travel. When Jeff mentioned he wanted to take a trip to the Keys the first thing that came to mind was, that is a long drive! His reasoning behind it was to see something new. I am not a fan of long trips, but I do like to prepare for them. So, knowing where we were headed days in advance was beneficial. I mentioned in a previous post how I like to overpack and pack in advance whenever we plan a family trip. Doing so always gives me piece of mind. We had treats for the
There's Beauty In SimplicityHappiness is finding beauty in the little things. If someone asked me where I pictured myself at 25, I think I would have told them working for Edelman in NYC. No serious relationship — just weekends filled with family time and random lunch dates with friends. It may sound like a dream to some, but it would have been pretty lonely compared to the life I live today. Of course, a career at Edelman was my ultimate goal in life. But with time, you realize there is more to life than a career. The Love Of FamilyBecoming a parent and moving
Motherhood Changes YouI have always cared for others more than I have cared about myself, but motherhood really brought out a different side of me. There have been several changes in my life since the day I found out I was going to be a mom. I have been preparing myself mentally, physically and emotionally since day one, but regardless of how many times I have told myself “I got this,” I have flipped my lid. Sometimes when you do too much for someone, they slowly start taking advantage of it. And that is when you have to put your foot down
Lessons From A Cracked iPhone ScreenI thought I would be upset, but I actually smiled a lot more. Getting out of the car one morning, I told myself I should place my phone inside the jogger compartment with my keys. Something told me it would be safer there during our walk through Vista View Park. I wish I had listened to myself, or do I? After taking a photo of the boys during our walk, I dropped my phone and it hit the gravel. We were on the side of the road and I wanted to move over to let the car behind us pass.