How to Turn Your LinkedIn Profile Into Lead Generation Machine

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Is your LinkedIn profile helping you progress? Is it generating leads for you?

If not, then you’re missing a great opportunity.

This guide will show you everything you need to turn your LinkedIn profile into a lead generation machine.

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3 Important Lessons I Learned From Having a Job

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“Well, I think I’ve got this in my pocket.” I said to myself as I came out of a company after my interview.

I was feeling confident and self-assured and I was visualizing myself working on my new desk. And after the one day, I got positive email from the company. Finally, I got a job (after getting rejected by nine companies)

It’s been 5 years since I’m working. And having a job taught me some great things. You probably hear people complaining about their jobs. Do you find yourself complaining the job you have?

I hear people talking about quitting their job and starting their own work. It’s a good thing. But if you keep a positive look, you’ll find that your job is a gold mine to teach you some important lessons that will help you in your journey.

Recently, I was thinking about what having a job taught me. And I want to share my thoughts with you.

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Love is NOT An Emotion

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What’s the opposite of ‘Love?’

I hear you ALL shout ‘Hate.’ Right?

Schools and books taught us that hate is the opposite of love. I used to believe it. But just a few days back, when I was in meeting with myself (that I do frequently). I realized that love has no opposites.

Here I’m going to put what I believe. These are my own beliefs and you have all the rights to disagree with me. Probably you find it impractical and it won’t make any sense for you. But this is what I find real. Take Me to The Post

Make Sleep Your Secret Weapon to Boost Your Productivity

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Just a few days back, I was in conversation with one of my coworkers. We were discussing work and productivity. And he said that sleep is the enemy of productivity and if we sleep less, we can get more time to work.

He’s the person who swears he only need a little sleep and still feel great. Do you know someone like him and feel jealous?

Hold your jealousy for a second. Let me tell you the truth. According to National Sleep Foundation research, 90% of people don’t get the recommended 7 to 9 hours of sleep.

The truth is we can’t produce a great performance without a proper sleep. In this so called busy world, most of us don’t value sleep. Do you think like sleep is a something where you can cut corners?

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7 Writing Behaviors Separate The Successful Blogger From The Average

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Do you want to blog? Do you want to write?

But you find writing difficult and something is holding you back…

Then this article is for you.

No matter what’s your profession, you can write. You just need a desire for writing.

Most of new bloggers and writers look for some quick tips and tricks to improve their writing skills, like grammar, sentence structure, proofreading, etc.

I called these external factors and these contribute only 20% in achieving your writing goal.

But we forget the factors those contribute 80% – I called these internal factors.

In this article, we’ll discuss some internal factors that I’ve learned in my blogging journey. I also interviewed some successful writers (and good friends of mine) and they shared their best writing advice with me.

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