About the author Catriona Pollard is the author of From Unknown To Expert, a step by step framework designed to help entrepreneurs
If you work remotely, chances are you've experienced a lack of personal connections. After all, you're behind a screen for the majority of your day. And if you work in an office setting, it's still important to be able to foster relationships anywhere you go.
If you're struggling to get everything done, it can be really tough to make time for an active social media presence. But you know how important social media is for growing your business, especially if you have competitors who are making great use of it.
It doesn't matter whether you believe astrology plays a role in shaping society, culture, business, government and, ultimately, history itself, or not -- information wants to be free and that creates real pressure for transparency.
It's not uncommon to get several thoughts in a row I want to share, or come across several things to share while reading email or working. Buffer allows me to add all these ideas to my queue when I think of them, and shares them at predetermined intervals.
While you might've told yourself using social media is just too hard, that you don't have time to do it, or some other seemingly reasonable excuse, I'm here to tell you that you can use it, easily and effectively. You just need a few tips and tricks to make it manageable.
The Home Is Where You Make It Project is shining the light on an often overlooked national problem: youth homelessness. By decorating small replicas of homes with various forms of art, homeless youth are getting their message out that they are part of our communities as well.