Life Changing Trainings – List of Short Videos

Here are some gems for you. I thought back over the hundreds of workshops I have taken and realized that a few of them left a real lasting impact. I’m not saying that they radically changed my life, just that I did think about things differently after I learned the lesson in the training. There are also some general Windows and Facebook Tips in the list.

List of Short Videos

I am writing this blog post so that I have a place to send viewers in case they want to see more in this series of short videos.

  1. Franklin Planner – Don’t put your spouse in with the unimportant things
    https://www.facebook.com/HalePringle/videos/3852552458092312
  2. I CAN be a Sales person – The Sales Dogs. I swore until I was in my 40’s that I would NEVER be a sales person (knowing full well I sold myself in job interviews, when I proposed, and more.) I just had a hard time doing a presentation and asking for money. This one short but fantastic workshop changed that attitude forever.
    https://www.facebook.com/HalePringle/videos/3854847131196178
  3. Very Hard Homework – Talk about your strengths for two minutes without hedging even once. This can be painful. It clashes with things we are taught since we were very young.
    https://www.facebook.com/HalePringle/videos/3858077174206507
  4. Listen at the Second Level
  5. Do Not Use Three Letter Acronyms (TLA) with beginners. Most will forget what they mean even if you just told them.
  6. If someone tells you other people’s secrets, they will tell your’s to others.
  7. How do people read on the Internet? They DON’T!
  8. Avoid looking like you did something wrong. People remember the emotion of being angry long after they have forgotten that the anger was misplaced.
  9. If you want to change your public personality, start when you are away from your day to day environment. If you try to change tomorrow, your friends will push you back into your normal persona.
  10. There are some people you just won’t get along with.
  11. I am an Introvert, but I am a situational Extrovert.
  12. Start conversations with trivial statements.
  13. For big decisions, your head AND your gut should agree.
  14. People have two basic ways they process information – with their head (odds and percentages) and with their feelings (this feels right,this feels better).
  15. I can SEE that, I HEAR what you are saying, I FEEL that too.
  16. Positive Self-talk – Our subconscious mind does NOT hear negative
  17. Some people like to plan things out and some like to act spontaneously.words like NOT (e.g. I do NOT want to be sick, – The subconscious mind only hears Be Sick.) To be happy and fulfilled we need to let our subconscious know that we are happy.
  18. One way to handle Free Floating Anxiety (worrying about all the thing that might go wrong.)
  19. Let George Do It! – Volunteering too much
  20. It is possible to lie while telling the literal truth.
  21. Promises we make to ourselves
  22. We listen faster than people speak – Use tools that save you time.
  23. Good Leaders focus on “Getting the job done” AND “Taking care of his or her people”
  24. Features versus Benefits
  25. Windows 10 Tips
    • Pop Up Emoji Picker Screen
    • QuickTextPaste
    • ??
  26. Facebook Tips
    • Add those polite touches to your message
    • Backspace and remove a person’s Last Name when you tag someone
    • Post a meme in a Public Place (like a Page) and share into a group if you want the meme to be sharable
    • Messenger in Facebook on the desktop has an option to see all unread Message
    • Friends and Friends on Friends will see your Facebook Messages in their primary message list. All others go into a secondary inbox that many people don’t even know exists.

  • Lots More

Using a Phone App to Track Your DMOs

Track Your DMOsBeing successful at many project, including Network Marketing, requires that you be consistent. One way to do that is to set up a Daily Method of Operation (DMO) where you identify tasks that you perform every day. Here is one way to track your DMOs using a free App on your Smartphone.

The app I am recommending and demonstration here is called List:Daily Checklist. In this post I am going to show you how to set up your DMO in the App.

Daily Activity to Track Your DMOs

Let’s start by looking at the finished product. You open the app and you will see one or more boals.

Track Your DMOs

#1 – Here are two Goals. Note when you have completed all teh tasks in a Goal, the Goal circle is greyed out like the D beside Daily Exercise.

#2 – You can open and close which goal you would like to work on. When you open a Goal, you can see the Tasks that are make up the goal.

$3 – There is a small green check mark (not shown) that will close the app. Note: This small green check mark is used in several places and sometimes is not obvious.

To track your DMOs, you simply check off the items as you complete them. They are automatically reset every day. By default you activity is stored for the last 90 days. I’ll show you later how to change when your day ends. I am a nigh owl and I consider work I do at 1 and 2 AM as part of the previous days works.

I’m going to go over the setup and a few of the special options you migh use when you are using this app.

Downloading the App from the Play Store.

I am sure this is the same on iOS devices.

You need to serch for List:Daily Checklist. NOTE: There are no spaces around the color. I you add a space after the color, you won’t see this app.

#2 – This is the APP you want to install on your pnone.

Once you open the App, this is the first screen you will see.

Track YOur DMOs   Add a Goal

Here the App is telling you that you have no goals and not tasks. Click on the blue button with a plus sing in it.

Track Your  DMOs - Add a Goal

You are giving the option to add a new Goal on=r a new task. Here we want to add a new Goal.

Track Your DMOs - Enter Goal Name

#1 – Enter a name for your Goal

#2 – Click the Green check mark to indicate that you are done. There are lots of color and background optiosn, but we don’t really need the,=m.

Once you have a Goal, you will press the same blue button with the plus sign to create a task.

#1 – Enter a name for your Task here
#2- Note the three little dots. This indicates there are three screens worth of otpions and we are on screen 1.
#3 – drag the edge of this bar to the left to see the second screen.

Our new taks as been added to the “Default” goal. We want it to be part of the DMO goal. Click on the blue buttom with the plus sign to see the goals you have to choose from.

Here we have three goals. Pick the DMO goal

Track Your DMOs - Enter Goal Name

Pick the DMO Goal and then click the Green Check Mark to Indicate you are done. Repeat until All of your Tasks are in the system

Modifying an Existing Set of Tasks

If you press and hold the mouse button on one of the Tasks, this menu will appear.

#1 – If you clicj EDIT, the same screens that you used to create the Task (or Goal) will appear. The screens will already have the existing nanme and goal filled in.

#2 – Clicking on the SORT option lets you move the taks up or down you list of tasks.

Click and hold the mouse key down on the 3 bars. You can drag a Task up or down.

Editing the Settings

$1 – There is a three dot menu in the upper right corner. Click on that and this menu will appear.
#2 – Click on Settings

#1 – Click the Little up.down arrow to open the Opetion under the TIME settings.

#2 – I am a night owl and often work late at night. I set the “Start of Day” very late so that all of my actions between after midnight are credited to the previous day.

Under the set the number of days to record data to more than 90 days if you want.

One Last Option – Download a Report

At the top left of the screen, there is a three bar menu. One of the Options is REPORTS

I don’t have any data in this sample, but you can download your data and send it to someone to open Excel or Google Sheets if you are sharing with an accountability partner.

You can click on the Calendar option and seea daily count of how many of your tasks you completed.

Tracking Activities Using a Google Sheet

THis app helps you track the activities you need to carry out. It does not track how many people you talked to, new friends you added, etc. Here is a post that shows a Google Sheet where you can track these counts . Tracking Network Marketing Activities

Rhat’s It! How to Track your DMOs on Your Smartphone.

Ninty percent of this post on how to track your DMOS has been how to set up your App. The actuall day to Day operation is just open it app, see what you need to do, do it and click that it was done.

Until Next Time. Remember, You Are One Decision Away…! Oh Hale Yes
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