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I've recently experienced some neck spasms and headaches. This is due to long hours in front of the computer and the strain it puts on one's back and neck.
I came across this article, Sit On A Ball At Work! Strengthen Your Core. by Katalin Health & Fitness Driven that reminded me of a great Pilates trick to help with this problem. Out came my Pilates ball and I thought I'll give it a try!
I seem to be doing really well. What is important is to remind yourself to use your core to keep stable and sit up straight otherwise you will just slouch again. It's also important to keep both your feet on the ground for proper stability. What I love about the ball is that the bounciness is quite fun and I find it modulating to roll around with small circles using my core.
This is a really powerful way to strengthen your core, develop balance, trunk strength (abs and lower back) and increase overall spine stability. If you're a kinesthetic/tactile learning type, bouncing on the ball might stimulate your thinking.
Some negatives about the ball:
Another important change that I made to my home office is to lift my computer screen to eye level. This was advice from the physiotherapist that treated me. It reduces the strain on your neck greatly when you have the screen eye level.
I just used some old telephone books stacked on top of each other but still plan to get a proper computer stand. I've def had good results from this tip.
You can also have a look at the Top 5 Pilates Tips for Office Health for stretches and ways to quickly loosen your muscles up during the day.
6 social media tips you should ignore
By Jackson Wightman
With so much social media advice available and so many social media “experts” clamoring to be heard, figuring out whom to listen to can be a real puzzle.
Some social-media “expertise” is pretty clearly not worth your time, though. If you hear someone offer any of these six tips as chapter and verse in the social media sphere, disregard.
1. You need to be present on all social networks.
If you have limited resources, don’t spread them out to maintain an active presence on all social media sites. Pick a platform based on where your buyers hang out and how specific services are likely to help your business. For instance, LinkedIn works well for the service sector, Pinterest works for companies that depend on a visual medium to spread their message, etc. Start slowly, and don’t go chasing shiny objects.
2. Email is extinct.
Email lives and thrives. Social media has helped make this so. Email is an essential part of lead nurturing and enables you to segment content. Despite what the charlatans say, for many people email is still the preferred channel for communication.
3. Social media has replaced SEO.
Social media has not replaced the need to optimize content for search engines. SEO and social media support each other. Social media posts show up in search results and influence page rankings, and properly optimized content increases traffic to your social media posts and profiles.
4. All your updates can be automated.
Social media activities can be time consuming, so automating updates seems appealing. Automation is great, to a point. However, social media is about interaction. It’s OK to automate content publishing such as your latest blog articles, but you still must have genuine interactions with the people in your network.
5. Send auto DMs to all your new followers.
I hate Twitter auto DMs, and frankly I can’t believe anyone still uses them. They are incredibly impersonal and are widely perceived as spam. Ditch auto DMs and anyone who recommends them.
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6. Your prospects are not using social media.
According to Pew Research Center, 69 percent of adults use social media. Whether you’re working for a B2B or a B2C, a manufacturer or a service biz, your prospects are probably on social media. Apart from communicating with your existing and potential customers, you might also connect with influencers or journalists who are looking for an expert in your industry to interview for an upcoming story.
A version of this story originally appeared on Proper Propaganda's blog.
We all worked so hard this year! Then the Holidays and Christmas are here and we are so excited that we can't wait to get away for that well deserved break. We want to share all the lovely experiences and excitement with our Facebook friends! But just as in real life, one should be a bit cautious about the info that you give out when leaving home. You can still enjoy the great interactive and social communication with your friends on Social Platforms by keeping a few safety tips in mind.