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Fitness & Beauty Influencers Can Earn 6 figures Per Post

Fitness & Beauty Influencers Can Earn 6 figures Per Post

Forbes magazine just released its first-ever “Top Influencers” list spotlighting those who’ve made major money off of social media. The debut ranking first looks at influencers in the beauty, fitness, and home spaces, but the list will be published quarterly and will cover fashion (coming in September), travel (coming in June), food (coming in December), and more.

The combined following of the 30 social media stars featured is 250 million. According to the report created with social insight platform Captiv8 and influencer analytics firm Traackr, if they have seven million subscribers or more on YouTube, vloggers could make up to $300,000 per post for a video partnership. Additionally, top influencers could make $187,000 per Facebook post, and $150,000 per Instagram post, now for the lower ” end of the spectrum–those who have 100,000 followers–you could make up to $5,000 per Instagram post.

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BECOME A SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER

BECOME A SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER

Do you ever see people on social media who seem like they don’t have a job? They post these amazing photos, whether it be traveling the world or cooking up a storm in the kitchen. How do they afford the life they’re living without a job? Are they just not posting about their real job because it’s too boring? Some of these social media users may, in fact, have a very boring job they don’t talk about online. But, for many other, posting is their job. Their job is a social media influencer and blogging and content creation is what they do. And, hey, you can be one too.

What Is A Social Media Influencer?
A social media influencer is a social network user who, through the use of thought leadership and content marketing, has established credibility in a specific niche or  industry. Social media influencers reach large, diverse and engaged audiences that value the influencers credibility, authenticity and passion and take action based on the social media influencer’s recommendations. Nowadays, micro influencers are some of the most sought-after social media influencers by brands. Micro influencers are social media influencers with modest follower counts but high engagement rates.

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How Cassie De Pecol Bankrolled Her Travels To Every Country In The World

How Cassie De Pecol Bankrolled Her Travels To Every Country In The World

Cassie De Pecol has given us major passport envy. The 27-year-old from Connecticut was the first woman to visit every single country in the world. (And, she did it in 18 months and 10 days, which also made her the fastest person to ever spin the globe.)

But if you have a hard enough time saving for a summer vacation to, say, Branson, Missouri, you’re probably wondering how exactly De Pecol funded her solo expedition of 196 sovereign countries. In a Facebook live video with Money, De Pecol gives an explanation of how she afforded the trip on, wait for it … a babysitter’s salary.

The trip cost her $111,000 total. She saved $10,000 from two babysitting jobs while taking some cost-saving measures in her budget. “I pretty much had to give up my social life,” she confesses.

She also found sponsors and investors to help fund her trip, doing a lot of legwork when it came to networking and drawing up pitches. She said she used Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps as an example for how to rally sponsors.

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How to Protect Your Online Life During a Breakup

How to Protect Your Online Life During a Breakup

These days our online and offline lives are becoming more and more intertwined. We have real world bank accounts, but we access them online. We interact with our friends, but we do so both online and off. The mix of online and offline worlds makes our lives richer, but it also presents some unique challenges.

Many of those challenges rear their ugly heads when it comes to a breakup or divorce. If you have been sharing your life with someone, you have probably shared your most intimate online experiences as well. Your partner may know all your passwords, PIN numbers and other essential details. When the relationship goes south, that knowledge could easily be turned against you.

No matter what the reasons for the breakup or divorce, it is important to protect yourself and your online identity. There are certain steps you need to take to ensure your now ex-partner does not have the tools to make your life miserable.

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10 Powerful Bob Marley Quotes

10 Powerful Bob Marley Quotes

1) On Relationships:

“The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for”

2) On The Key To Life:

“love the life you live. live the life you love.”

3) On Love:

“The biggest coward is a man who awakens a woman’s love with no intention of loving her”

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Empowering Les Brown quotes

Empowering Les Brown quotes

1. Other people’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality.

2. Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.

3. Life has no limitations, except the ones you make.

4. Most people fail in life not because they aim too high and miss, but because they aim too low and hit.

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Legendary Muhammad Ali Quotes

Legendary Muhammad Ali Quotes

1. Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them — a desire, a dream, a vision.

2. Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.

3. If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it – then I can achieve it.

4. We can’t be brave without fear.

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Powerful Bruce Lee Quotes

Powerful Bruce Lee Quotes

Here are 30 powerful Bruce Lee quotes that will challenge you to live an incredible life:

1. Knowing is not enough; We must apply. Willing is not enough; We must do.

2. Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them.

3. Defeat is a state of mind; No one is ever defeated until defeat has been accepted as a reality.

4. Those who are unaware they are walking in darkness will never seek the light.

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47 Motivational Quotes by Eric Thomas

47 Motivational Quotes by Eric Thomas

From homeless high school dropout to one of the most sought after motivational speakers in the world, Eric Thomas has truly found the secret to success. His words continue to impact tens of millions of people in several hundred countries across the planet!

Here are 47 motivational quotes by Eric Thomas:

1. When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.

2. Everybody wants to be a beast, until it’s time to do what real beasts do.

3. Pain is temporary. It may last for a minute, or an hour or a day, or even a year. But eventually, it will subside. And something else take its place. If I quit, however, it will last forever.

4. Don’t make a habit out of choosing what feels good over what’s actually good for you.

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5 WAYS STRESS AFFECTS YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH AND HOW TO PREVENT IT

5 WAYS STRESS AFFECTS YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH AND HOW TO PREVENT IT

By Jennifer Basa

Originally Published on readunwritten.com

Stress levels can range from minor incidents that occur once in a while to chronic stress which occurs on a daily basis. So what causes chronic stress? Those who experience it are much more likely to have it affect their physical health, which is ironically accompanied by even more stress. This does not mean that the physical symptoms that derive from stress aren’t real; though many claim symptoms may be “all in your head.” These people are wrong. There are several health problems that can occur immediately or slowly progress over time due to chronic stress.

Let’s go through the most common health issues relating to stress.

1. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

High blood pressure causes the heart to beat at a faster rate due to excessive stress placed on the organ. This can either be temporary or a long-term condition for some. High blood pressure can be managed by engaging in physical activity regularly, or in more serious cases, be prescribed medication. By avoiding an overconsumption of processed foods, and alcohol, you can help manage high blood pressure spikes and also decrease your risk for stroke.

2. CHANGES IN BRAIN FUNCTION

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14 Motivational Movies Based On True Stories

14 Motivational Movies Based On True Stories

Are you ready to be inspired? I have created a list of 14 inspirational and motivational movies based on true stories which may help you in introducing to the world’s most amazing people, who broke all the rules and lived on their own terms, people who never gave up and were pure genius.

1A Beautiful Mind (2001)

The movie tells a story about mathematics genius and Nobel laureate John Nash who struggle with the terrible illness of schizophrenia, which began to effect him while a student at Princeton in the early 1950s. He made a great discovery very early in his life and was about to be internationally recognized. But suddenly he gets on a path which takes him to a self-discovery journey, which is painful and harrowing.

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How to Deal with Confrontation

How to Deal with Confrontation

Confrontations are sometimes unavoidable: neighbors play loud music, work colleagues make unreasonable demands, and people sell you things that don’t work. Sooner or later everyone must learn to cope.

1. Know that you are in the right.

You must be sure of your ground. For example, if your neighbors’ son has an 18th birthday party, you need to make allowances. There may be a little noise, but that isn’t such a big deal; after all, he will only turn 18 once. However, if the noise continues until 2 a.m., and you have to be up for work, your annoyance is justified.

2. Be calm and assertive.

During a confrontation, people tend to be either passive or aggressive. Pushing, shoving, yelling, and cursing are not helpful. Far from demonstrating confidence and power, such behaviors often reveal insecurity and fear. Truly confident people have no need to shout or bully. So keep your voice clear and strong but calm and level. You could even practice this at home. Learn to project your voice by reading out loud. If you are anticipating a confrontation, rehearse what you are going to say in front of a mirror. Above all, stay calm. Calmness implies strength.

3. Watch your body language.

A frightened individual will look at the ground and hunch his shoulders; an aggressive person will try and intimidate by bumping chests, staring fiercely into the other person’s eyes, and clenching his fists. Instead, keep your shoulders back and your chin up. Be neither intimidated nor intimidating.

4. Avoid using the second person. 

In other words, do not keep saying “you.” For example, if your neighbor lets their dogs out late at night, allowing them to bark and wake you up, do not confront them with the words “you always let your dogs out after dark; they bark and wake everyone up. What do you think you are doing!?” Instead say, “I haven’t been able to sleep lately because your dogs wake me up.” If you use the word “you,” the other person will become defensive and emotional, and will stop listening to what you are saying.

5. Work on your communication skills.

Confronting someone does no good unless they fully understand your problem. Some people yell and threaten without ever explaining what is wrong. So try to explain how their actions are affecting you in a clear, simple manner.

6. Never say more than you need to.

This is crucial in any confrontation. Once you have made your position clear, add no more.

Imagine the family who live opposite you are throwing a party on a Sunday night. You have young children, and the loud music and raised voices are keeping you awake, so you decide to confront them. First, be assured you are right to do so. The noise is keeping you and your children awake, which is unreasonable. Knock on the door firmly, but not loudly. Keep your voice calm and strong, and stand with your chin up and your shoulders back. Don’t use the second person, but make the problem clear; maintain eye contact while you say firmly and clearly, “I can’t sleep and neither can my children.” You don’t need to add more. Why should you? You haven’t done anything wrong.

No matter what age you are, you will have to deal with confrontation. And you are never too old to learn how. – Allnatt