After receiving an email from Janet Kafadar re-"Giving up Facebook", it made me rethink some of my strategies. I am fairly disciplined with it and the time I spend. However, since I have begun putting my online course together, I started with the normal hesitancies but then I had really turned the corner to knowing where I was headed this is what I found: that if I was doing my Facebook Posts and catch up in the morning. This would take all day, almost as if subliminally I was procrastinating.

So this week I commenced the work for my course in the morning and did the Facebook stuff in the last hour or two of my day. This is working much better and I have really begun to move forward with my course creation as well as keeping up with the Facebook support I provide for my clients.

This is what is known as you and I well know as prioritizing, I needed to do both things, but the Facebook posts I know how to do very well whereas my course creation I am still learning so that needed more time and by changing the time scheduling this allowed me to do both.

Look I love Facebook, it is the greatest tool when it comes to Social Media a great way to keep in contact with family and friends. Also a Great support for business and building relationships, but as Louise Hay said once when it comes to technology - " Embrace it, Learn about: It is Great when you "Take Control of it" and "Not to allow it to take Control of You."

Have a Great week: Embrace the Old, Move forward with the New and Enjoy all the moments in Between."

Empowering You - Fulfilling your Dreams


Author's Bio: 

Julie Doherty is acknowledged as Worldwide Leader in Healthcare by The Leading Physicians of the world. She is an exceptionally experienced naturopathic health practitioner with a vast expertise in traditional medicine, herbal medicine, and homeopathic medicine. Julie has over twenty-six years in practice and currently maintains a position at Julie's Naturopathic Health Care Services, her private practice in Hackham, South Australia, Australia, where she provides an extensive array of safe, effective, individual, and non-invasive therapies to assist with overcoming health issues that affect the body and the mind.

Julie graduated with distinctions from S.A. College of Botanical Medicine and Natural Therapies and is an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Her professional qualifications include Naturopathic Doctor, Herbal & Homoeopathic Practitioner in Diet and Nutritional Medicine, Remedial & Therapeutic Massage Therapy, Body Mind Balancing Cognitive Counselling, and Healthy/Lifestyle coaching and Natural Beauty. This solid education has enabled Julie to provide an extensive range of multidisciplinary modalities that are safe, effective, individual and non-invasive to empower each person to optimal health. Julie credits her success to determination and dedicates to her family and traveling in her spare time