Posted by Managementguru in Change management, How To, Human Resource, Motivation, Training & Development
on Nov 25th, 2016 | 0 comments
Free Goal Setting Printables with Motivating Quotes Words play a large role in our success. What you say on a regular basis out loud gets saturated within your subconscious mind and turns into belief. This is why positive affirmations work. Through repetition, we engrave and carve our words over and over again until it leaves its mark within the unconscious as the truth of which we accept. . But here's the thing – the opposite is also true! Tell yourself you're better, smarter, faster, wiser and through the repetitions, you will create the same impact on your subconscious mind directly from the conscious mind. . Try it for yourself. A photo posted by John Ferrara (@successmessenger) on Nov 26, 2016 at 8:31pm PST “A goal should scare you a little and excite you a lot.” “A dream written down with a date becomes a goal. A goal broken down into steps becomes a plan. A plan backed by action makes your dreams come true.” “If a goal is worth having, it’s worth blocking out the time in your day-to-day life necessary to achieve it.” “Set a goal that makes you want to jump out of bed every morning.” “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” “Goals are like an address we punch into our navigation system that tells us which direction to go.” “Seeing your goal written in ink, on paper will have a powerful effect on your mind.” “Decide what you want. Decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your goals and go to work.” Share one GREAT goal you’re looking to achieve this year with the rest of the community in the comment section below! Take print-outs using the print friendly icon in the share buttons. The Five Golden Rules Set Goals that Motivate You Set SMART Goals Set Goals in Writing Make an Action Plan Stick With It! 25 AWESOME INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FOR SOCIAL...
Posted by Managementguru in Accounting, Uncategorized
on Oct 24th, 2016 | 0 comments
Types of accounting information may be classified into four categories: Operating information Financial accounting information Management accounting information and Cost accounting information 1. Operating Information: This is the kind of information which is required to conduct the day-to-day activities. Examples of operating information are: Amount of wages paid and payable to employees Information about the stock of finished goods available for sale and Each one’s cost and selling price Information about amounts owed to and owing by the business enterprise Information about stock of raw materials, spare parts and accessories and so on. By far, the largest quantity of accounting information provides the raw data (input) for financial accounting, management accounting and cost accounting. Spend Wisely The Ultimate Startup Guide for Entrepreneurs 2. Financial Accounting: Financial accounting information is meant both for owners and managers and also for the use of individuals and agencies external to the business. This accounting is concerned with the recording of transactions for a business enterprise and the periodic preparation of various reports from such records. The records may be for general purpose or for a special purpose. Focus on the Long Term 3. Management Accounting: Management accounting makes use of both historical and estimated data in assisting management in daily operations and in planning for future operations. It deals with specific problems that is faced by enterprise managers at various organizational levels. The management accountant is often concerned with finding alternative courses of action and then helping to select the best one. For e.g. The accountant may help the finance manager in preparing plans for future financing or may help the sales manager in deciding the selling price to be fixed on a new product by providing suitable data. Generally management accounting information is used in three important management functions: Control Co-ordination and Planning 4. Marginal costing is an important technique of management accounting which provides multi dimensional information that helps in decision making. Specialised Accounting Fields A number of specialized fields in accounting also have evolved besides financial accounting. Management accounting and cost accounting are the result of rapid technological advances and enhanced economic growth. The most important among them are explained below: 1. Tax Accounting: Tax accounting is all about the filing of tax returns and the consideration of the tax implications of proposed business transactions or alternative courses of action. Accountants specializing in this branch of accounting are familiar with the tax laws affecting their employer or clients and are up to date on administrative regulations and court decisions on tax cases. 2. International Accounting: This accounting is concerned with the special issues associated with the international trade of multinational business organizations or MNC’s. Accountants specializing in this area must be familiar with the influences that custom, law and taxation of various countries bring to bear on international operations and accounting principles. 3.Social Responsibility Accounting: This branch is the newest field of accounting and is the most difficult to describe. Social responsibility accounting is so called because it not only measures the economic effects of business decisions but also their social effects, which have previously been considered to be immeasurable. Social accounting is also known as social accounting and auditing, social and environmental accounting, corporate social reporting, corporate social responsibility reporting, non-financial reporting or accounting. Benefits of Social Accounting 4. Inflation Accounting: Inflation accounting is a term describing a range of accounting models designed to correct problems arising from historical cost accounting in the presence of highinflation and hyperinflation. Inflation accounting is used in countries experiencing high inflation or hyperinflation. 5. Human Resources Accounting: Human resource accounting is the process...
Posted by Managementguru in How To, How to Blog, How to make money online
on Aug 6th, 2016 | 0 comments
Pro Blogging Tips for Beginners This post brings you very useful information from pro-bloggers in the likes of Jeff Bullas. For some blogging may be a passion… For some blogging is a pastime… But lately… Blogging has become business… Blogging is the source of income for many… Follow these excellent tips from blogging and digital marketing experts that will guide you through all the hassles. I have tried to summarize the key points that will give you a fair idea about the blogging bascis. Here they come… A. Top 5 Tips That Can Make You a Successful Blogger 1. Get started with the right platform The very first challenge will be choosing the right blogging platform. There are a lot of free blogging platforms like Tumblr, WordPress, Blogger and Type Pad. All these offer free design themes that can be customized to suit your purpose. But it is always better to go for a self-hosted blog if you plan to convert your blog as a business in the long run. 2. Consider integration Getting your blog integrated with an existing website in order to build the content is good for SEO and also make the search engines fond of your content. SEO is all about keywords in your content and concentrating on this aspect becomes inevitable. Long tail keywords attract lot of traffic since the competition will be less. 3. Finding a niche Your blog must talk about something spectacularly specific or offer solutions to specific problems to please both the readers as well as the search engines. 4. Write about something that you love When you write about something that you are passionate about, you will enjoy doing it and you will also be good at it. 5. Offer something of value The blogs you write must be of something that the readers will value. This means you must offer them something in return for spending time reading your blog. Your blog will never be a success if you aren’t providing something of value. Such is the power of information and when you do it right, you win. B. Are You Making These Twenty Mistakes on Your Blog? Writing a blog is both a joy and frustration as you try and work out the ways to let readers on the world wide web discover you and let them know you exist. You have only a few seconds to help the reader decide whether they want to read your post or not so a headline that compels and teases the visitor to your blog or who sees your headline on a Tweet is a must in driving readership. Try COSCHEDULE HEADLINE ANALYSER that gives you a clear insight whether your post title rocks or sucks.. List posts such as “10 Ways To..” or The 5 Top …” are always effective. These might seem redundant and overused but the fact remains they work. Some bloggers wonder why they have no one reading their articles. I sometimes wonder how some blogs are ever found in an ocean of over 200 million blogs. So the challenge is that the writing is just the beginning and promoting your posts is the next step in driving readership and building a loyal following in your industry or niche. C. 27 Reasons People aren’t Reading Your Posts You can’t create compelling content without an in-depth knowledge of your audience. Personas not only help you create better content, but they also help guide your topics, strategy and monetization efforts. If you have a serious brand, but write in a laid-back, silly fashion, you create a brand misalignment. And when this happens, you confuse readers and detach them...
Posted by Managementguru in Business Management, Human Resource, Leadership
on May 18th, 2016 | 0 comments
Managing people require a completely different skill set than managing tasks. The transition from being an individual contributor to someone responsible for the work of others and team performance results in a steep learning curve. Learn how to motivate, delegate, communicate and lead. Play to your strengths and improve on key weakness areas. With an emphasis on building high achieving teams, dealing with an increased workload and developing the influence, assertiveness and confidence necessary to be an effective manager or supervisor – this course will ensure you hit the ground running.
Posted by Managementguru in How to Blog, Social Media
on Apr 12th, 2016 | Comments Off on Why You Should Share Your Blog Post More Than Once
Why You Should Share Your Blog Post More Than Once Do you want to know what “Guy Kawasaki”-technique for using Social Media is? It is nothing but Repurposing old content and Re-sharing the same content multiple times. Here, let us look into the benefits of re-sharing your blog post multiple times on your social media channels. The first, and perhaps most obvious, reason to share your content more than once is to drive more traffic to your blog which again facilitate the following: Your message will cut across and reach the right target audience You can build your brand image easily Improved Sales If you are pretty serious about your content, then you also need to be serious about driving as much traffic to it as possible. “You need to share content repeatedly because people live in different time zones and have different social media habits.” Think about this: You publish a post on day 1 You share it on all your social media channels and garner likes and shares depending on how viral the content is. If your follower count is going to increase in the coming weeks, don’t you deprive them of all the valuable information you have already posted! Remember you should always re-share relevant content at the right time. So, Is It OK to Share Content More than Once? The reality is that, nobody cares. Do you even remember what you had for breakfast yesterday morning? The point is good content needs to be shared multiple times for the benefit of your audience. My site Managementguru is all about business management. And topics related to Human Resource, Stress Management, Social Media Marketing get more likes and shares when reposted on my social media channels. When it comes to content marketing it is nothing but trial and error. Content sharing tips: Design a unique content sharing strategy for each social media network separately, like different titles and hashtags. Please don’t spam your social media channels. Ask a question or pull quotes from the post itself Quote a tweet from an influencer along with your link in Twitter- This always works Write an irresistible teaser – which will atleast make the reader come, visit your post! 6 Action Steps You Must Take After You Publish A Blog Post Repeated Sharing Analysis Social Sharing Theory 1 Like anything on social, it boils down to measurement. You have to understand if what you’re doing works. Is repeated sharing helping or hurting your traffic to a specific blog post? Which content should you share more of? Which should you share less of? – Jade Furubayashi Social Sharing Theory 2 What happens when we share a link to that post a second time the next day? Does the traffic double? Based on the law of diminishing returns, no. That’s not quite what happens during the second round. But, if we share the content again a third time, the traffic (for the second and third sets of shares combined) more than doubles. How can you argue with results like that? – Garrett Moon Social Sharing Theory 3 Obviously, pieces that get massive engagement or traffic deserve to be seen more than once, and we double down on those. But the same is true for the opposite; slouches in stats or negative feedback are great indicators that those pieces of content have run their course and should be removed from my content calendar. – Jade Furubayashi How to Optimize Your Content for the Top 5 Social Networks 1. Use Brief Summaries on Twitter with attractive images or video The Essential #Social Media Image Cheat Sheet https://t.co/v5hUNug7l8 via @managementguru1 pic.twitter.com/EXk3cpHIOM — Managementguru (@managementguru1) April 9, 2016 2. Be Conversational on Facebook 10 Really...