About chelletrina
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667 followers Joined April 2014
G'day everyone...Jo here. I've been all over the Internet and half way around the world looking for what I want to be when I grow

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I am finding myself very time poor (or disorganised) and feeling very guilty when I delete friends' blogs from my email notifications. How much time do I spend "Paying it forwar

One thing that help me is I do my work in the morning. Writing blogs, adjusting my website anything technical that need fixing. Then at night I do the less mental tasks like communicating with people or handling email. Seems to work for me "Time is not short, Only life is"

HI, I used to get overwhelmed with a lot of the emails (follows, discussions,blogs,etc.) that I've lost track of time as soon as I sit in front of my Mac. Now, I'm choosing the time for thanking my followers, sharing blogs and setting time for my 'pay-it-forward'. In short, I am the captain of my online business now. Time management is the answer.

Thanks to all who left a comment and made me feel better. I do get drawn in when I read the blogs. I will take your advice Labman and switch off the email notifications, just for a little while. I mean, eventually these sites will run themselves right ;)
Thanks again guys, appreciate the great support here always.
Jo

Labman gave good recommendation. I personally try to spend some time at WA commenting or helping folks every day BUT most of the time I focus on my site. Otherwise you will never succeed.

G'day, Chelletrina,

That is an excellent question! And I can relate to it

The answer given by Labman is spot on! Which I follow. And, if I may also provide a quote to ponder on:

"It is not your role to make others happy; it is your role to keep yourself in balance. When you pay attention to how you feel and practice self-empowering thoughts that align with who-you-really-are, you will offer an example of thriving that will be of tremendous value to those who have the benefit of observing you.

You cannot get poor enough to help poor people thrive or sick enough to help sick people get well. You only ever uplift from your position of strength and clarity and alignment." --Abraham

All the best. See you at the top!

PS Don't forget to drop in to the restaurant for a cuppa, if you are in Perth, WA.

Ey Jo! It took me a long time to get some layers of skin and find the proper balance. My rank at one time was down in the 50's... now, well, you can see. While it was in the 50's, the things that contributed to my development were training, the nuts and bolts, not motivational stuff or touchy feely stuff. The people that I admire the most are obvious in making their site development their priority and have discovered where their priorities truly are. The first time that I made a commission on my affiliate site, I got most of your question figured out pretty quickly!

You and family should always come first they are your lifeblood. Perhaps if you spend much time on FB or other media site you could utilize that time on WA.

There are also times you can just sit down without the computer and maybe put pen and paper to use to bash out some ideas and thoughts which can also work out well.

Even getting some family members involved where possible. Remember paying it forward is truly wonderful and kind of your to do so but the main aim is to get your website up and running as well.

You can always spend 1/2 hour on emails if there are unanswered do them the next day. We all understand that we can be here 24/7 so don't fret if you have a few emails left over.

Take care be well.

Andre

Hi Chelletrina

I try to spend half an hour or so on WA checking out people, posting comments and such. It's easy to get drawn in as there are so many fun people in here (and so much to learn) but you do have to discipline yourself so try to just do half an hour every day if you can - or every other day if that's still too much and you have a lot of other stuff to do. At least then you're still involved in the community without sacrificing too much time. Hope that helps.
Maria
www.atuneu.com

Always put yourself first. WA will be here when you have time. Don't feel beholding to the membership here.

Many folks only come in occasionally to decompress or check out the tutorials. If you are feeling that there aren't enough hours in the day, minimize your time here and focus on getting your sites earning.

You can even get pro-active and visit the account settings and turn off the email notifications to minimize the emails.

How much time should i spend on the wa site?

How much time should i spend on the wa site?

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Social Engagement & Marketing
Updated

I am finding myself very time poor (or disorganised) and feeling very guilty when I delete friends' blogs from my email notifications. How much time do I spend "Paying it forwar

One thing that help me is I do my work in the morning. Writing blogs, adjusting my website anything technical that need fixing. Then at night I do the less mental tasks like communicating with people or handling email. Seems to work for me "Time is not short, Only life is"

HI, I used to get overwhelmed with a lot of the emails (follows, discussions,blogs,etc.) that I've lost track of time as soon as I sit in front of my Mac. Now, I'm choosing the time for thanking my followers, sharing blogs and setting time for my 'pay-it-forward'. In short, I am the captain of my online business now. Time management is the answer.

Thanks to all who left a comment and made me feel better. I do get drawn in when I read the blogs. I will take your advice Labman and switch off the email notifications, just for a little while. I mean, eventually these sites will run themselves right ;)
Thanks again guys, appreciate the great support here always.
Jo

Labman gave good recommendation. I personally try to spend some time at WA commenting or helping folks every day BUT most of the time I focus on my site. Otherwise you will never succeed.

G'day, Chelletrina,

That is an excellent question! And I can relate to it

The answer given by Labman is spot on! Which I follow. And, if I may also provide a quote to ponder on:

"It is not your role to make others happy; it is your role to keep yourself in balance. When you pay attention to how you feel and practice self-empowering thoughts that align with who-you-really-are, you will offer an example of thriving that will be of tremendous value to those who have the benefit of observing you.

You cannot get poor enough to help poor people thrive or sick enough to help sick people get well. You only ever uplift from your position of strength and clarity and alignment." --Abraham

All the best. See you at the top!

PS Don't forget to drop in to the restaurant for a cuppa, if you are in Perth, WA.

Ey Jo! It took me a long time to get some layers of skin and find the proper balance. My rank at one time was down in the 50's... now, well, you can see. While it was in the 50's, the things that contributed to my development were training, the nuts and bolts, not motivational stuff or touchy feely stuff. The people that I admire the most are obvious in making their site development their priority and have discovered where their priorities truly are. The first time that I made a commission on my affiliate site, I got most of your question figured out pretty quickly!

You and family should always come first they are your lifeblood. Perhaps if you spend much time on FB or other media site you could utilize that time on WA.

There are also times you can just sit down without the computer and maybe put pen and paper to use to bash out some ideas and thoughts which can also work out well.

Even getting some family members involved where possible. Remember paying it forward is truly wonderful and kind of your to do so but the main aim is to get your website up and running as well.

You can always spend 1/2 hour on emails if there are unanswered do them the next day. We all understand that we can be here 24/7 so don't fret if you have a few emails left over.

Take care be well.

Andre

Hi Chelletrina

I try to spend half an hour or so on WA checking out people, posting comments and such. It's easy to get drawn in as there are so many fun people in here (and so much to learn) but you do have to discipline yourself so try to just do half an hour every day if you can - or every other day if that's still too much and you have a lot of other stuff to do. At least then you're still involved in the community without sacrificing too much time. Hope that helps.
Maria
www.atuneu.com

Always put yourself first. WA will be here when you have time. Don't feel beholding to the membership here.

Many folks only come in occasionally to decompress or check out the tutorials. If you are feeling that there aren't enough hours in the day, minimize your time here and focus on getting your sites earning.

You can even get pro-active and visit the account settings and turn off the email notifications to minimize the emails.

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