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Emil Klitmose Emil Klitmose|3. marts 2017|18 Minutes
Emil Klitmose Emil Klitmose|3. marts 2017

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Overskrift H2 format

Tekst boks. Overskriften ovenover ligner H1, men er kodet som H2 – brug altid den overskrift under headeren. Når det kommer til billeder skal man altid sørger for:

1. Komprimere billederne som udgangspunkt skal det atltid være > 400 Kb.  Når du komprimere skal du først brug compressor.io.  Hvis det ikke er tilstrækkeligt, eller virker, kan du tage et screenshot af billedet og upload det til compressor.io igen.

2. Navngiv billederne efter emnet du skriver om

3. Brug vores standardiserede pile, pilene skal pege fra det hvide og ind i billedet, som vist nedenfor.  Der ligger templates i Canva her: https://www.canva.com/folder/FAD4LqvPHGo

Note:  Pilene i “håndskrevet form” er med til, at gøre indlægget mere inklusivt og personligt.

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Overskrift H1 format

Overskrift H2 format

Ovenstående er H2 format i en tekstboks. Det eneste du skal gøre er at markere teksten og vælg “overskrift 2”. Så vil den automatisk ændres til H2 format

Overskrift H2 format

Ovenstående er H2 format i en tekstboks. Det eneste du skal gøre er at markere teksten og vælg “overskrift 2”. Så vil den automatisk ændres til H2 format

Overskrift H2 format

Ovenstående er H2 format i en tekstboks. Det eneste du skal gøre er at markere teksten og vælg “overskrift 2”. Så vil den automatisk ændres til H2 format

Dette er en tekstboks med blå baggrund, hvis det er et teksttungt blokpost kan du bruge dette til at bryde den op.  Brug til den som citatboks, til at illustrere din pointe, til fakta mv. Dette er en tekstboks med blå baggrund.  Brug til den som citatboks, til at illustrere din pointe, til fakta mv.

Fås også i grøn! Dette er en tekstboks med blå baggrund, hvis det er et teksttungt blokpost kan du bruge dette til at bryde den op.  Brug til den som citatboks, til at illustrere din pointe, til fakta mv. Dette er en tekstboks med blå baggrund.  Brug til den som citatboks, til at illustrere din pointe, til fakta mv.

Et socialt paradigmeskift

Change the color to match your brand or vision, add your logo, choose the perfect layout, modify menu settings, add animations, add shape dividers, increase engagement with call to action and more.

If you’re not sure how much time you are actually spending on various tasks, use a tool like Rescue Time (their free version is excellent!) which runs in the background and tracks where your time is being spent. It can even send you weekly reports so you know exactly how much time you wasted on Facebook, or spent in your email inbox! You can assign different websites or programs/applications on a scale of very distracting to very productive, so you can see at a glance things like: which days of the week you’re most productive, which times of the day you’re most productive, and the sites on which you’re spending the most distracting time. I stumbled upon the concept of margin while reading a post by Michael Hyatt, which led me to design my ideal week.

Richard Swenson, M.D. (who wrote the book: Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives) describes margin like this:

Last year I wrote about why booking too far in advance can be dangerous for your business, and this concept of margin so eloquently captures what I had recognized had been my problem: I was so booked up with clients that I wasn’t leaving any margin for error, growth, planning, or reflection. I wasn’t really growing my business in a sustainable way; I was just booking one client after the next. At the time this seemed like a good thing: doesn’t growing my business mean getting more clients?

What if instead of booking up to 100% capacity (which more often than not ends up being closer to 120%), we only booked up to an 80% capacity?

What if we left more room for growth (personal or professional) and stopped being one with “busy-ness”?
I spent nearly a year turning down every new project (and even getting rid of old ones) so that I could reduce my workload, build in more margin, and create what is now Digital Strategy School. It takes time to build margin into your schedule.

What could you accomplish with 20% more time?

Write a book. Create a program. Update your contracts and proposals (which has been on your to-do list for how long..?) Spend more time with your family. Go above and beyond for a client. Learn something new. Actually follow through on the things that have been nagging at you for a long time.

When you design your ideal week, you start to see that the time you think you have is often not in alignment with how much time you actually have.

After designing my ideal week, I had a much clearer idea of how to create a framework for my week that would empower me to feel more focused by theming days of the week, and even parts of the day. SO simple, I know. Some of you have been doing this for ages and you’re already a pro, and some of you who saw my schedule said “woah, that’s so rigid, I need more flexibility!”

Structure enables flexibility.

If you’re not sure how much time you are actually spending on various tasks, use a tool like Rescue Time (their free version is excellent!) which runs in the background and tracks where your time is being spent. It can even send you weekly reports so you know exactly how much time you wasted on Facebook, or spent in your email inbox! You can assign different websites or programs/applications on a scale of very distracting to very productive, so you can see at a glance things like: which days of the week you’re most productive, which times of the day you’re most productive, and the sites on which you’re spending the most distracting time. Turns out I’m consistently “in the zone” around 3pm in the afternoon; so instead of trying to tackle highly creative work first thing in the morning (when my brain is barely functioning), I handle it in the afternoon, when I know I’m at my peak!

Creating more margin has been game-changing for my business.
What would be possible for yours?

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