So many things to do. And so little time in which to do it. Have you heard this famous saying before? Have you ever pondered upon it? Have you correlated it with your own busy lifestyle?
If you have heard this saying before, I am almost certain that you have given it some thought, thinking and wondering how you could make the necessary improvements in your own life and how you can become more efficient in less time utilized in the workplace.
I certainly have. And have you wondered which famous gentleman uttered these momentous words. I will give you just one clue. He was on his deathbed when he bemoaned the fact that he still had so much to do and had now run out of time in which to do it. To be quite frank with you, however much you may agree or disagree with this famous gentleman’s ways and means of getting things done and breaking new boundaries, he was on the cusp of something truly great.
Perhaps it was fate that his mission should have been cut short prematurely. And I am almost certain that he would have flipped on his magnanimous belly had he been around to see the kind of tools we have at our disposal today. With just a little effort and ingenuity on your part, whether you buy them or not, you can collect yet another 100 followers and place them under profile, whether for posterity’s sake or for the productive purposes of moving even further forward and afield in your enterprise.
This famous gentleman died way over a hundred years ago at the time of penning this article today. And what he may have wondered about some of today’s greatest entrepreneurs and innovators who, to my mind, have emulated his outrageousness, boldness and bravery and determination. And you know the other saying by now too. By any means necessary. Only the thing is, it was not originally uttered by one of America’s greatest human rights campaigners.
In order to go way beyond triple digits, much work still needs to be done. It is not impossible. And I am even setting aside the practice of buying followers for now. As you well know, the number of followers that are displayed under your social media profile remains something of a benchmark or hallmark of your marketing or promotional work through social media networks, among which, you will no doubt recall, are Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
The things you can do to beef up your profile. As things stand, the list is so long. It runs in the dozens. It could just as easily pass the century mark. Call up a list of things you can do with your Instagram profile to make it better.
Speaking from experience, I can just tell you that if you are remotely able to implement just half a dozen tasks or exercises, progress will be made.