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🙌🏻First video ever on TheWebMate account.
This is Stefano, creator and founder of TheWebMate, LLC.
I’m going to share with you some video-tips about social media, marketing and more.
I think quotes are good but they’re are kind of boring and killing the engagement.
What do you think about this new format?
Let me know in the comments below!👇🙂

💡Tip of the day
“When you get up in the morning, take a few minutes to motivate yourself. Whether it's by reading uplifting quotes, looking at inspirational pictures, or journaling about your goals for the day, do something that will help set you up for success that day. At the end of the day, you'll be glad you did and you’ll be one step closer to your goal!”
Drop a 🙌🏻 if you agree!
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“We are the generation
capable of doing many
things at once,
without enjoying
any of them..”
This quote by Dinesh Kumar Biran resembles exactly what social media looks like today.
We are so focused on posting on different platforms, taking the best shot, filming the perfect video without enjoying the moment.
Life is what happens to us while we are not on social media..
Don’t forget that!😊👍🏻
#socialmedia #quoteoftheday #life #quotes #webpreneur #sunday

Fear? It’s good🙂
Here are 3 reasons why:
“1. Courage and fear go hand in hand.

I used to think that people were courageous when they chose to do things I would be afraid to do. I was wrong. They could only be courageous in doing things they were afraid to do. Bravery doesn’t exist in the absence of trepidation.

I mistakenly assigned the characteristic of courage to others wishing I had the same. What I once failed to see was that I possessed the one requirement of courage — a fear to be faced head on. I came to understand that fear doesn’t negate courage. It beckons it.

2. Physiology can be misleading.

The bottom line is that fear is intended to keep us safe. Most people are familiar with the fight-or flight response. When our lives are threatened, physiology kicks in to protect us. We are hardwired for self-preservation.

Unfortunately, we may also feel a similar response to unfamiliar albeit non-threatening situations. Things that feel uncomfortable to us also put us on alert. For some, the response is just as intense whereas others experience an attenuated version.

We often get our signals crossed and respond to change with the same fervor as something that has the power to destroy us. Adrenaline doesn’t always mean resist or run...which leads us to the third point.

3. Fear is instructive.

When we’ve established that life indeed is not in danger, fear becomes useful in a very different way.

We often become accustomed to our way of being- even if it’s an existence that is less than the one we desire. We restrict ourselves for a variety of reasons, real or imagined.

Close examination of many of those reasons has fear at the foundation. Personal growth requires expansion and that can be terrifying. Whether you aim to be more vulnerable, more loving, or more financially stable, it will require a shifting of your mindset and breaking of previously established barriers.

In these scenarios, fear often points us to areas we need to investigate more closely. Though our instinct may be to flee, this type of fear is much-needed guidance.” (Original post on @huffpost) 〰️
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Tip of the day😎💪
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Hard work is good.
But don’t forget to stop, look at what you did and reward yourself🙂👍🏻
Enjoy the journey and the final goal will be even better🙌🏻
#motivationalquotes #monday #mondaymotivation #quotes

“It’s not what you are that holds you back, it’s what you think you are not.”
— Denis Waitley
This quote represents the essence of everyone’ inner thought.
Deep inside we always think we’re not good enough or smart enough to do something.
And even when it’s’s a reason more to commit and improve✌️🙂

“Limits, like fear, is often an illusion”
By Michael Jordan
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☝️But before you even start, here are some tips to better start off your day (by Inc.)
“1. Give yourself at least 15 minutes of no screen time
Besides turning off an alarm that might be on your phone, resist the urge to check your email or social media. It sets you up for a day of being enslaved to technology, and your morning time should be reserved just for you. This might mean disabling notifications on your home screen so you're not tempted by that Facebook update or mounting emails.
2. Swap out the coffee for lemon water
Lukewarm water with a fresh lemon squeezed into it has numerous benefits--but you need to drink it first thing in the morning. It starts your metabolism, which burns fat while sustaining muscle, cleanses your mouth and throat, and gives you a boost of energy. Then wait at least 30 minutes before brushing your teeth, drinking, or eating. This might be a toughie for caffeine addicts, but you can manage 30 minutes and it's a great way to reduce the need for a coffee fix.
3. Sit up correctly
There are many "bad ways" to get out of bed, but only one best way, if your body allows for it: Roll over onto your right side, then push yourself up into a sitting position before standing with a straight back (no hunching). It's the gentlest way to get up, takes the pressure off your heart and back, and is a great, easy ritual to start your morning right.
4. Set and affirm your goals for the day
While stretching in bed or prepping your lemon water, set some feasible goals for the day, but limit them to three. This might include packing your lunch instead of eating out to save money, committing to that noon yoga class, or scheduling the doctor's appointment you've been putting off.
5. Stretch
It seems so obvious, and yet so many people ignore it. You can do this in bed, using a simple stretched-out-legs-and-arms-overhead movement. You can indulge in a supine twist on a padded floor, or you can practice whatever feels right for as little or as long as you like. Your body's just been booted down for hours--you can't expect it to be warmed up, energized, and raring to go right away.”
These are just some of the tips to better start your day🙂

Routines make you stronger✌️
What your morning routines are?
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