I’ve come across Jeffrey Gitomer through his books – the first being ‘The Little Red Book of Sales.’ It is literally a little red hard cover book with huge print and funny cartoons inside. It is a little different from your average motivational sales book. I’ve seen his yellow book, black book and green book on various sales topics. Jeffrey Gitomer is also lecturer and motivational speaker. What I like is his ‘go get ’em – never give up attitude.’ He also publishes free articles on various sales tips, which he calls ‘Sales Caffeine’ and it is a nice way to start the work week.
I’ve combined about 10 issues in this LiveBinder. To View just click on the livebinder link below and click on the tabs in the binder to view the articles.
This livebinder has 10 of his articles and I plan on putting together another volume of his writings so I can easily get access to them. Feel free to use. Just click on the link below to launch the livebinder, then click on the tabs to view the different blog posts.
Looking for some marketing ideas to engage and motivate your customers? This Livebinder was put together for business technology marketers and media planners. It is a collection of marketing information with tools, and resources that will help you design and implement campaigns that will engage your marketing audience.
Just click on the binder icon below to launch the livebinder. Then click on the tabs at the top of the page to view the different web pages.
Even though we’ve gotten a heavy dose of rain this past week, California is still on drought alert. But if you’re like me you still want to keep your garden blooming. I started a binder to collect interesting tips on how to maintain your garden on a tight water budget, and I’ll be adding other useful tips for keeping ‘green.’
Click on the link below to view websites with some helpful ideas for keeping your garden green and environmentally friendly. Once you open the LiveBinder, click on the tabs at the top of the page to go through the different articles and websites.
The new year is fast approaching and with it comes a bunch of new resolutions that you hope to keep going for the rest of the year if not for the rest of your life. One of my top priorities is to take control of my life – and that means getting organized, at work, home and in other areas of my personal life.
This binder has a few motivating links that should inspire you to get organized this year. Included are other websites which give useful tips on how to get organized in specific areas of your life.
If you’ve ever thought about how you can organize the clutter of digital documents and online web links that you collect everyday, consider trying out LiveBinders. It’s a free online application that lets you organize the information you collect online by combining them in one place. You can organize your documents in binders and build a collection of binder resources to easily grab at your fingertips.
To view, click on the link below. To browse through the different websites, just click on the tabs at the top.
This binder is about the green way you can clean the air in your home. Some plants are excellent at cleaning pollution from indoor air. Dr. Bill Wolverton published his research at NASA to find plants that clean the air. These plants absorb toxic chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene which are commonly used in the production of clothing, furniture, mattresses, carpets, plastics and printing. One healthy plant can clean a 100 sq.ft. room of 87% of these contaminants in 24 hours. (try the Rubbert plant or Peace Lily).
Check out his inexpensive, well-illustrated, and extremely practical book – “How to Grow Fresh Air: 50 House Plants that Purify Your Hofme of Office.”
To open the binder, click on the link below. Once the binder is launched, click through the tabs and subtabs in the binder below to view all the different websites that talk about plants and their purification value. Some sites will list plants that you can buy for your home.
Are you trying to market your company’s product, but don’t have the budget to hire a marketing media firm to handle your advertising? Or would you like to learn some marketing tips on how to create your own media kit? Take a look at the following LiveBinder filled with different websites that help you create your own media and press kits.
To view the different websites just click on the link below. Once the binder is open click on the tabs at the top of the binder to go through the different web sites.
Having your kids make holiday gifts this year not only can help keep the budget down, but it can also help them improve their reading, math, fine motor movements, planning and follow-through development skills. It’s also a great way to get the family working on a project together and opening up your child’s imagination and creativity.
The following binder has a list of links with clever gift ideas and instructions as well as a place to buy or sell handmade gifts.
Just click on the link below to launch the binder – then click on the tabs at the top of the page to view the different websites. Enjoy!
We are happy to announce that the LiveBinder It bookmarklet tool has been updated.
Here are some of the changes in this release:
Now when you add a link to a binder through the LiveBinder It bookmarklet tool, the binder will automatically open so that you can see where the link was added in your binder.
Some users have come across links that override the binder trying to open the link in its own browser window. LiveBinder has now corrected that problem by adding the URL link to the tab page and launching a separate window for the web page. Everytime you click on the tab of that particular link, the browser window will come to the front of the binder.
Any error messages caused by odd characters typed into a binder title has now been fixed.
To benefit from these new updates, replace your bookmarklet by going to livebinders.com/tool.
Let us know how it goes and if you encountered any problems.
Living in San Francisco, we have the advantage of Sunset Scavenger, the company that removes our trash and recycling, taking care of the composting in our neighborhoods. They provide the cans and pick up of the compost and all we have to do is put it out on the curb to get taken away.
However, if we wanted to keep the compost for our own use, we’d be out of luck. This binder below has found several different websites that can give you guidelines on how to start your own compost.
Just click on the link below to view the different websites. Enjoy!
When I moved into my first apartment, I didn’t have any furniture – and no budget for furniture. So I went down to the local drug store and found some downtrodden plants on sale. They helped fill the empty spaces of the vacant rooms and, with a little care, soon grew faster than my budget for furniture. The one mistake that I made way back then was just enjoying the way the greenery covered that dated paneling on the wall. Much to my surprise when it came time to move, I found that some of the plants had actually rooted into that lovely mock walnut paneling!
Ever since then, house plants have been my “indoor garden”. When it is too hot or too cold to garden outside I plant and replant my indoor garden. I have about 40 house plants and that number is always growing! The fun thing about house plants is that you can just stick cuttings in water and grow more. My kids have filled our house with ficus plants this way.
But the one thing that I never wanted was that hodge-podge look of plants all over the place. I wanted the plants to be a part of my decor, not detract from it. Here are some of my “decorating with plants” tips:
I picked pots that match each room decor, but leave the plants in their own pots so that I can rotate them based on their size, lighting needs, and my desire for change.
The plants are grouped together to provide a variety of textures and to add to that “jungle look”.
I also like to use Pothos plants as “live garland” across my fireplace mantel.
Use plants to camouflage electronics.
Add small shelves with plants to a wall.
I’ve gathered some great sites on selecting, caring for, and decorating with house plants. Click on the binder below to see these sites:
Don’t you just hate sitting through a boring presentation? The only thing worse is being the one standing up there giving the boring presentation!
But creating a great presentation takes knowledge of the target audience, graphics design, and a bit of theater. I’m always scouring the web for good resources on how to create great presentations. In this binder, I have pulled together a group of excellent sites. Click on the binder below to see my collection thus far…
My dad used to say that about TV (and with the writer’s strike, it couldn’t be more true!) A talented writer in his own right, he unfortunately didn’t live long enough to see the Internet take off. But, if he had lived to see it, he would have been both delighted by the access to information and appalled by the abysmal writing on so many of the websites out there.
It is a lot of work to present information clearly, concisely, and then to make it compelling on top of that. I just saw this delightful quote from Seth Godin:
Isn’t this the perfect thought when you think about writing for a website? Writing for a website is an art that not enough of us have mastered!
So, the LiveBinder below is my contribution to cleaning up the mess. If you write for a website, please promise me you will read at least one of these articles. I promise you that I will continue to reread them until the words on my websites are polished and sparkle like little gems!
I think I’m pretty good at search engine optimization. I manage several sites and all of them rank on the first page of Google (mostly in the first slot) for the key words that I care about.But I’m always shocked by what I don’t know. I will often read an article on SiteProNews or WebProNews and think, “Wow, I didn’t know that!” I collect all these articles. Mainly so that I can refer to them occasionally, but also so that I can share them with others I know who, like me, are always eager to learn something new.This LiveBinder has my collection. You can copy this binder for yourself and add to it or just drag this version to your desktop and wait for me to add more things to it.