How Using Tweeter Can Lead To More Business And Financial Wealth

There are a few ways on how using Tweeter can lead to more business. By posting information on the social networking site, Twitter, you can provide people all over the world with information about you company. This micro-blogging tool can help you not only promote your business, but interact with your customers and clients.

The free social network known as Twitter has been around for five years. Since that time, people and businesses have been using it to keep others informed about anything that might be related to them. Posting this information on this site is known as tweeting. People and companies that are successful tweet information and provide things like customer service and support to help maintain a healthy relationship with the public. For instance, mobile food vendors will tweet their location for customers who are wanting to buy their food. The customers will then know where to go and purchase food from these vendors.

One company that has had success by tweeting is Starbucks. The corporation has a forum for discussion so customers can talk about products and give feedback. Starbucks can then learn from these discussions on how to better improve their products and make more people happy.

H&R Block provides customer service for people wanting assistance with tax filing and their finances. By tweeting with clients, H&R Block is better able to meet the need of their clients and thus propel the company forward.

A company that succeeds by tweeting is The Home Depot. This company provides a service that allows customers to tweet from home to ask questions and receive support. If a problem arises during a renovation, the problem might easily be solved tweeting with a representative from The Home Depot.

JetBlue also tweets with its customers. People are able to interact with a customer service representative and check flight status updates. These things are very important to people traveling as traveling can become stressful. Bags get lost, flights get delayed and canceled and airline companies need to keep their customers happy. JetBlue provides a service that other airlines might not.

Tweeting will help benefit a company in more ways than one. Mobile devices are extremely common in present time and people want to be able to do almost anything from anywhere in the world. The person who commutes to work on the bus can engage in many activities on the internet with a mobile device. This person can provide companies like Starbucks with feedback while sitting on the bus. He no longer has to call a company to complain or give positive feedback.

Tweeting is a great way for companies to advertise at a low-cost, provide customer service and support and receive feedback. Companies can easily see how using tweeter can lead to more business by reaching more of its clientele through simple and short information on the internet that people can see and connect with on their mobile devices. Tweeting gives companies greater access to a larger audience around the world.

Home Based Business – 8 Fears That Control Your Home Based Business and Financial Success

What exactly is fear? For some, it is a feeling of being afraid of the unknown. For others apprehension of the outcome. A suspicion of the future.

Many of you are paralyzed by fear. Sadly, most do not know it. Most do not see your self defeating thoughts and behaviors as signs of fear. Fear that occurs on a subconscious level.

Here are the top eight fears. Can we be honest with each other? Do any of these thoughts sound familiar? How many actually run through your mind?

What will other people think?
Will they still like me?
Will they think I am better than them?
What if I make more money than they do?
What if I fail or my business fails?
Will they laugh at me; make fun of me?
Will they think less of me; that I am a failure?
What if they do not support me or discourage me to sabotage my success?

You could think of a list miles long of why you should not start a home based business. Or if you have a business, or are successful in some other capacity, why you should not take things to the next level.

Being a strong believer in continuing education (both intellectually and spiritually), I called into a teleseminar one evening. The topic of discussion was the shakras or energies that flow through the human body. This teleseminar stirred up deeply engrained stuff for me!

That evening I went to bed and could not sleep. After tossing and turning for an hour, I finally dozed off. Two hours later, I awoke startled with these very thoughts running through my mind.

My subconscious finally released the truth. It was then, I realized I had been selling myself short. Not only could I see it in myself, I was now able to see it in others.

My fears were holding me back in many areas of my life. It was the same fears listed above. Ouch!

Any fear in any form becomes a self imposed limit. Thus locking yourself in a jail of fear. Most of us consider jail a place of physical confinement with concrete walls, steel bars, barbed wire fences. A somewhat daunting task to break free from.

A jail of fear is in your mind and sometimes in your heart. Sadly, it is just as confining as a physical jail. From my personal experience, mental jails are much more difficult to break free from.

For myself personally, the mental/emotional jail of fears, prevented me from reaching my desired level of success. Both professional and financial. Sadly, many of you do the same!

The challenge everyone faces is removing these self defeating beliefs and thoughts from your daily life.

How do you do this? My only advice is this: Have the courage to face that which you need to change most.

Listen to yourself very carefully. Every thought going through your mind affects the outcomes of your future. Awareness of when you are talking or thinking this certain way is key.

Awareness is an amazing antidote that dissipates these limits. Once you are aware, you can stop these thoughts from entering your mind. Or replace them with something else when they do.

Fast Answers For Business And Financial Success

Fast Solutions Are Available Today

It is absolutely possible for each of us to gain fast solutions for our money problems. Evidence of this is seen in the innovative new “Skinny On” book series by attorney and entrepreneur Jim Randel. He has studied financial literacy and personal achievement for over thirty years and now distills this information within brief volumes. He claims that the brief format is conducive to the learning needs of today’s society.

Brief Is Better

Concise portions of literature, containing distilled information, allowing fast transference of ideas, will reduce loss of continuity. A short attention span must be fed on a diet of brief but ideas-rich matter. In the information age we now live in, viewers, audiences, prospects, etc. are more attuned to brevity. Brief concise statements are better for attracting audience connection and favor.

Cultural Adaptation

Our culture has adapted to, and has driven, the ever-changing landscape of information transference. Modern technological advancements are funded by increasing appetites for knowledge download. The reciprocal feeding of appetites has emerged as technology accelerates in it’s ability to feed the masses. The result is a culture that is rapidly accelerating in it’s need to be fed copious amounts of data.

Fast Answers Solve Everything

Bill Gates rightly declared that, in this wave of culture, the most successful businesses would be those that have the fastest methods for transferring information. Fast communication is the key to success.

3 Keys To Maintaining Stability In This Age

1. Receive Distilled Information

Within our leisure time, there remains a place for the luxury of waffle but in the context of work, business, and wealth creation, we must screen convoluted sources. Only those resources that cut-to-the-chase and provide distilled information will suffice.

2. Distill The Distilled Information

Those who have a talent for extracting nuggets from brief sources will become increasingly valuable as the pile of data escalates. Discover methods for reviewing, isolating and documenting only the pertinent details present in brief documents. More said with less increases value. We will see shorter books being sold for more (as long as they remain concise)! Work on the ability to distill information.

3. Communicate More Efficiently

Common language with pertinent and contemporary meanings will attract a crowd. Tweets, Facebook entries, blogs, etc that connect with joy, emotion, and brief, catchy, relational ideas will engage. Brief quotes and reviews will also maintain connection.

Achieving Business and Financial Success

Success in life and success in business are not the same thing. Of course, business and finance are huge and important components of our overall lives. You’d be a fool not to pay considerable attention to these areas, without compromising the other aspects of your life.


Being successful in business and finance is not a simple task, otherwise we’d all be rich. Unfortunately, this is not the case. There is no easy, or direct path to financial achievement. People find an infinite variety of ways to amass wealth and attain success in business and commerce. Others never find a way to progress financially. People can’t decide on a career or enterprise, or how to progress once they’re there. Some squander their money. Still others have setbacks, physical or mental challenges, and so forth.


H. L. Hunt was, by any objective measures, a financially successful individual. His business acumen was well-known. He made his fortune in the oil business, and by investing.

When asked about his “success formula” Hunt offered some prescient advice. His approach is direct, but not as easy as it sounds. FIRST: “Decide what you want.” SECOND: ” Decide what you’re willing to exchange for it.” THIRD: “Establish your priorities, and go to work.” (

Hunt’s approach is definitely straight-forward. Let’s think about it. If you complete the FIRST step, you’ll probably be ahead of 90% of people, because few really know what they want. And the SECOND step represents another formidable hurdle, because, again, a majority will be unwilling to expend the effort and make the required sacrifices. The THIRD step is also tough. Getting started (and then maintaining your motivation, initiative, effort, enthusiasm, dedication, etc,) requires a strength of character and uncommon persistence.


I recommend writing things down. It seems to make it more real, and you can always refer to it. But before you write it down, you’ll need to do a lot of work THINKING. Serious THINKING. Deciding “what I want to be, when I grow up,” is as challenging at fifty as it is at twenty. No one can do this for you. Your parents, friends, spouse, or teachers may try to guide you, but ultimately the decisions and responsibilities are yours. Also, nobody can determine your priorities, nor what you’re willing to do – or give up – to get what you desire. And, after you decide if you’re willing to “pay the price,” can you continue for as long as it takes to achieve your objectives?

Follow Hunt’s formula, do the “prep” work, and if you believe you are capable of making the sacrifices and doggedly pursuing “what you want,” put that commitment in writing and to work. Best of luck!

Ben A. Carlsen, Ed.D, MBA, is an experienced leader and educator with over 30 years experience in management, consulting, and teaching. Dr. Carlsen is a management consultant, and business writer in the Miami, Florida area.