The Basloe Group Blog

This is The Basloe Group Blog, our place to share our thoughts, helpful information, and important postings. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, tells us, “A blog (a truncation of ‘weblog’) is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries (posts). Posts are typically displayed in reverse chronological order, so that the most recent post appears first, at the top of the web page.”
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Growing or Dying?

You are either growing or dying. Often when people create their plan for success they focus on business results, physical results and/or personal results.  Do

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Giving

“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.”  – Maya Angelou According to Charity Navigator, Americans annually donate

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Fixed or Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck is a pioneering researcher in the field of motivation.  She has studied our brain’s capacity to learn and solve problems. When presented with

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Everybody Hates Me

Everybody is a little extreme. Who is everybody?  Can I be 100% confident EVERYBODY hates me?  I think my Mom likes me…at least a little

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Committment

Have you ever said you want a specific result but then didn’t take consistent daily action necessary to achieve it?  Most people answer yes. What

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Your Ideal Client

We have all experienced the “client from hell” but have you experienced your ideal client? The difficult client that is never satisfied regardless of how

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Clarity Is Power

It’s difficult to read through scratched lenses.  You can’t see the stars through a cloudy telescope.   You can’t achieve your goals without clarity. Most

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Blogging Is A Great Way To Increase Your Website Traffic

Did you know that having your own blog is a great way to create a following, build authority, and generate traffic to your website. And on that issue, blogging traffic, it can be very much a give and take relationship. Sometimes one of the best ways to get traffic to your own blog is by visiting someone else’s blog. It may seem strange, but it’s true.
Go to their blog and read one of their entries, or read a few of them. Chances are that you are going to find something of interest that you have in common. When you find something that you find truly interesting on a blog, leave a comment so that they know that you were there.
One of the best known blogs available is LiveJournal. A great feature of LiveJournal is that you can search for interests on their site and it will come up with results of those who have that interest. Are you interested in horseback riding You can see what other bloggers are interested in horseback riding as well.
When you are commenting on someone’s post, you want to make sure that you don’t leave generic comment. If you like the post, say something about what you read in the post. After you have commented on the person’s post, then you can say something like, “I really like horseback riding too. I had a similar experience to yours.” Then use it to link back to your journal.
But be sure that you sound sincere when you are commenting, and don’t make them feel like you are just fishing for traffic. Think about it. If someone thinks that you are using their blog to get more traffic to yours, they won’t visit your site and your efforts will be wasted.