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When life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. The phrase is a metaphor for making the best of difficult situations. It’s easy to say that when things are going well, but what about when life throws more than just lemons at you? How do we deal with those moments? In this blog post, we will discuss how to handle adversity and turn it into something positive in your business!
The first step is to identify when things are going well. Start by taking a look at your life and the areas that you’ve been struggling in. Keep an open mind because it could be something small like forgetting to wear sunscreen that was causing all of those problems! Once you know what’s not working, then start brainstorming how can make these moments more positive or turn them into opportunities for growth. This might mean starting a new project, hiring someone who specializes in this area, or reaching out for support from friends and family if they have any experience with this type of situation.
Step Ten: Edit One Last Time before Publishing (One Hour)
• Review long-form content strategy plan including title, description, and keywords.
• Read the long-form content strategy plan one more time.
o Adjust any information that needs to be changed or added including title, description, keywords. o Add new paragraphs if needed for flow across screens in a compelling way. o Preview long-form content on computer before publishing online (see “How To Publish Long Form Content”).
* Hint: You should now have one hour left in this step because it took two hours to create your callingslisting page with listings of all 50 items from assignment #14 so far at an average 15 second viewing per listing). How many total minutes does that equal? – 180/50 = three minutes per listing x 12= 36 minutes x 50 = 1800 minutes.
* Hint: If you want to publish long-form content, it is a good idea to read the “How To Publish Long Form Content” section of this step before publishing online as well as previewing your long form on computer for flow and screen size compatibility.
* Hint: You should now have two hours left in this step because it took six hours to create your blog post including title, description, keywords, and writing additional paragraphs where needed (which includes one hour from assignment #14). How many total minutes does that equal? – 180/60= three minutes per listing x 20= 60 minutes x 12= 720 minuets X 15 seconds viewing time per page = 1080 minutes.
* Hint: Now you can spend the remaining two hours of this step on anything else that needs to be done for your course work (excluding assignment #17).
TIP: if there are not enough tasks left in this step, go back and move any uncompleted assignments down into this section. If it is a video or audio file, upload the content here as well. For example, you may want to create an infographic about design principles which could take one hour to complete whereas creating a blog post with long-form content would take up to six hours depending on word count so more time should be spent completing assignments related to video creation over blogs posts. The same concept applies when deciding how much time to spend on any other assignment.
TIP: it is recommended that the time spent for each task be at least an hour long but research indicates people are more motivated and productive when they are working on tasks with a length of two hours or less (Kaplan, 2012). This should not discourage you from turning your attention to projects that require less than two hours of work because this will help avoid overwhelm in which “the thought of completing such a large project can be paralyzing” so as Kaplan notes there’s nothing wrong with switching gears every once in awhile.
*Time estimate based off word count
**Instructions about the order each step comes in: refer back to Assignment #17 before continuing below if necessary **
Create a title page for the blog post. This includes your name, class, and date assignment was due.
Start with an introduction paragraph that states what this blog is about (i.e., why you chose to write on lemonade). Include any other information necessary such as objectives of the project or how many people will be reading it in order to understand its context within today’s society which may include providing resources like links where readers can find additional information they might want or need to read before continuing to read this article if necessary.]]
*Estimated time: 30 minutes **TIP: It has been suggested by research done at Stanford University that “a person’s emotional state impacts their attention span and decision-making.” Therefore, if you are trying to accomplish something on your list that is difficult for you emotionally, it may be best to tackle an easier task first.
In order to understand the context of this article and how many people will be reading it in today’s society, I have included a link where readers can find additional information they might want or need before continuing.
For my blog post about lemonade, I am going discuss why we should all make lemonade when life gives us lemons from researching articles from Stanford University, Cornell University College Of Agriculture And Life Sciences (CALS), knowledge found through personal experience with friends’ challenges which include sadness and problems at work as well as other resources such as Urban Dictionary definitions.
The first article I found was “Making the Most of Life’s Lemons” by Christine Horner. In this article she says that when life gives us lemons, we should turn them into lemonade because people are more likely to remember and enjoy our efforts if they were hard-won or unexpected. She also talks about how these experiences can provide a sense of satisfaction with an individual’s achievements versus just feeling like things happen without any effort on our part. The next article is titled “how do you make lemonade from lemons?” and it discusses ways in which one would go about turning their adversity into something positive for themselves such as setting healthy boundaries around social media use, practicing self-compassion with difficult feelings, accepting compliments and encouragement, and staying focused on the positive.
The last sentence of this blog post is “sincerely.” We’re not done writing! Come back after you’ve finished your long-form content to continue editing it. When life gives us lemons meme e Horner In this article she says that when life gives us lemons we should turn them into lemonade because people are more likely to remember and enjoy our efforts if they were hard-won or unexpected She also talks about how these experiences can provide a sense of satisfaction with an individual’s achievements versus just feeling like things happen without any effort on our part The next article is titled how do you make lemonade from lemons And it discusses ways in which people can hold their head up high and make the best out of a bad situation See all blog posts by this author: __ This is an example long-form content. The next sentence will be “Sincerely.” Do not write numbers or bullet points. Discussion in ‘Blog Posts’ started by user @user, Jan 27 2019 Share your thoughts on if you should edit the original post with comments to guide readers through reading it! thanks for contributing so far 🙂 hope we’ll work together soon! Sincerely, __ share edited Feb 01 2019 at 13:04 PM · in Blog Posts more.. show less.. Reply ↓ Show Replies Hide Replies User reply from @user [deleted] [score hidden]