I just decided to start a several times a week series of inspirational quotes and stress tips (and other tips) on Twitter, and while I was at it, I figured out, why not put them on Facebook too!
If you follow me on Twitter, where my ID is ElisabethKuhn, you’ll get them right to your Twitter inbox.
Here’s the link: http://www.twitter.com/ElisabethKuhn
And if you’re on Facebook, please be my friend 😉
My name is Elisabeth Kuhn, as you might have guessed or already know if you get my newsletter.
Today’s quote was by the late Roger Mellott, one of my all-time favorite stress management experts:
“Do what you say you value.”
Just think about it.
I’ll feed my favorite quotes to you over time, and maybe I’ll make some up too. And then there’ll be stress tips, and maybe other tips as well. We’ll see. I’ll have some fun with this, but I also wanted to make a useful contribution to my Twitter community!
Same goes for Facebook 😉
By the way, I’m really excited. My downloadable book on how to sell stuff on Amazon.com Marketplace, with all the tricks and streamlining strategies I’ve developed over the last several years that I’ve been selling my excess books over there seems to be finding its audience!
If you want to check it out, just go to http://www.sellyourstuffatamazon.com and you’ll find more information about it there. If you want to make a bit of extra holiday cash and have books, CDs, DVDs and other such stuff lying around that you no longer need, you’ll find it really useful 😉
It’s even on Sale right now. Just click on the link and you’ll see the “real” price.
Meanwhile, it’s Friday evening, and I’m off to a dinner party!
Have a great evening and weekend, and see you on Twitter!
P.S.: I also published an article on stress-reducing quotes. You can it here: stress quotes article.
P.P.S.: I still have coaching slots available. For more info check out the tab “Coaching” above. It’s still under development, but over the weekend I’ll add more information (info about me, services, what kinds of things I like to help people with, and so on).