Once Gone

September 13, 2017 by  
Filed under Front Page, Wright Ideas

Once Gone,
It has been Stolen Forever

Guest Post by Mike Wesley

What is the one thing that nobody has more of than anyone else? Time, We all have the same 24 hours in a given day. The real question is what do we do with our 24?Use this commodity wisely, we thrive, use it foolishly, and we can only feel overwhelmed and unproductive. So the question that came across the Twitter Feed from @DrWright1 was, “What do you use to save time in your busy day?”
 My answer was simple. “Teach others to answer their own questions.”  Yes this sounds simple enough, but is it really? In a very busy day, quick questions and small interruptions end up to be quite large distractions through the day. We are working on something and place that aside to answer a seemingly innocent question. What ends up happening is you think you took the five minutes to provide a short and accurate solution. That 5 minutes really turns out to be 10 by the time you get back on the previous task. Then 15 minutes later you get an email, an IM or a phone call from the same person only to ask another question.

 

Folks this can really landslide on you if you do not grab it by the horns and straighten it out now.  Sure my solution is not easy, and no it may not save you time today, but the good news is, invest the time now and it will pay off in more productivity and who knows, possibly “Free Time” in the future.
Even just six 10 minute distractions through the day add up to one hour. Our hour that has been stolen from you. One hour that you will never get back. So please use your time wisely.
 Here is what to do: Take the time now and teach people who ask you questions to answer their own questions.  When someone asks you to fix something, take the extra time now and show them how they could fix the problem themselves. It will pay off. I am not sure if you know this but almost any question can be answered very simply using one very easy tool, “Google”. Yes Google can answer almost any question you have, don’t be afraid to use it yourself, and this is the time saver, “Do not be afraid to tell others to use it.”
Assume someone sakes you a question tomorrow. This is your new one word answer. “Google” Seriously they really can answer their own questions. Now if it is your boss asking you how long it is going to take you to finish the current project, I don’t suggest you say “Google”, but a question about how to spellchecker in Word, you can just say it.
The point is the more you teach the people around you to answer their own questions the more time you have to answer your own.
Take the time to show others and you may find yourself with more time than you know what to do with?
@Mike_Wesely

 

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7 Important Facts That You Should Know About CUJO Smart Firewall

September 6, 2017 by  
Filed under Featured Articles, Front Page

 

CUJO is a smart firewall for the connected home, designed to bring business-level security to the home network. This one device will secure all devices connecting to the WiFi router. CUJO detects and blocks malicious sites, viruses, and hacks. Think of it like antivirus for your entire network. Plus, CUJO lets you control what your kids access online and keep them safe.

 MAIN FEATURES

•         BUSINESS-LEVEL INTERNET SECURITY  

•         GUARDS ALL DEVICES

•         PARENTAL CONTROLS

•         CONNECT TO ROUTER, CONTROL WITH APP

•         BLAZING FAST (built with 1GB Ethernet)

Parental controls features:

                  – parental controls for all devices

                  – internet filter

                  – time limits

                  – social media monitoring

                  – pause internet

                  – alerts and reporting

                  – remote administration

                  – user profiles and settings

I got the product and downloaded the app. I will say it was super easy to set up. There were only two cords, the power cord and the connection to the internet. There is nothing else, not even an on-off button. The plug does have 2 pieces, so don’t get thrown off. They have a service to set it for you or they can talk you through set up on the phone. I was able to set it up without help. Once I registered on my device, I received a short email with the help lines. I had to update the firmware on my device. It protects all the devices in the house. Including the mobile phone. They can get viruses too! There are no subscription fees. Securing the house network is important and now Cujo makes it easy.

There are parental controls, so you can also stop access to the internet at certain times. All the reports will be on your mobile.

You can find it here http://bby.me/tj69h

 

Crowdfunding for Hurricane Harvey Victims: How Not to Get Scammed

Crowdfunding to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims How not to get scammed. Dr. Letitia Wright shares how to avoid scams and the best ways to help by crowdfunding. There are lots of people crowdfunding to help the victims, but the websites do not always verify each person who starts a crowdfunding project. In this video, Dr. Wright shows you how to verify the charity and the easiest way to help. She gives tips on giving and where to download Crowdfunding Made Easy for free. It’s a quick guide on how crowdfunding works and the top 25 sites she likes for crowdfunding. When you understand how crowdfunding works, it will help you figure out where to put your money. Do not assume that the person recommending the sites have done their homework. Check everything out for yourself.
The links talked about in this video are :
https://www.charitynavigator.org
http://www.charitycheck101.org
http://www.guidestar.org
http://www.getcrowdfundednow.com

 

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