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Did you know… AND TODAY’S INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE


Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac (1949); Chubby Checker, rock singer (1941); Tommy Lee of Motley Crue (1962); Gwen Stefani of No Doubt (1969); and Stevie Ray Vaughan of Double Trouble (1954). Celebrate by listening to your favorite music today.

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Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“You see, we are here, as far as I can tell, to help each other; our brothers, our sisters, our friends, our enemies. That is to help each other and not hurt each other.”

— Stevie Ray Vaughan

20. International Walk to School Month –1st to 31st October


20. International Walk to School Month 1st to -31st October

Walk to School Month

In October every year, millions of children from various countries around the world participate in ‘Safe Kids Walk’. This event aims to raise community and global awareness about walking safety and promote healthy behavior.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: Warm-up exercises to do before you walk for long distances
  • Infographic idea: How can regular walking improve children’s health?
  • Video idea: The most nutritious breakfasts for your children if they’re walking to school
  • Podcast idea: How safe is it for children to walk on roads?

Birthdays in OCTOBER 2020


23. Birthdays

APJ Abdul Kalam Content Marketing Ideas

Zach Galifianakis – 1 October

Noah Schnapp – 3 October

Gwen Stefani – 3 October

Soha Ali Khan – 4 October

Dakota Johnson – 4 October

Kate Winslet – 5 October

Jesse Eisenberg – 5 October

Vladimir Putin – 7 October

Bruno Mars – 8 October

John Lennon – 9 October

R.K. Narayan – 10 October

Marie Kondo – 10 October

Amitabh Bachchan – 11 October

Nivin Pauly – 11 October

Luke Perry – 11 October

Hugh Jackman – 12 October

Gautam Gambhir – 14 October

Mira Nair – 15 October

APJ Abdul Kalam – 15 October

Hema Malini – 16 October

Prithviraj Sukumaran – 16 October

Eminem – 17 October

Freida Pinto – 18 October

Zac Efron – 18 October

Om Puri – 18 October

Jyothika – 18 October

Sunny Deol – 19 October

Virender Sehwag – 20 October

Kamala Harris – 20 October

Viggo Mortensen – 20 October

Kim Kardashian – 21 October

Parineeti Chopra – 22 October

Ryan Reynolds – 23 October

Emilia Clarke – 23 October

Prabhas – 23 October

PewDiePie – 24 October

Katy Perry – 25 October

Aditi Rao Hydari – 28 October

Indra Nooyi – 28 October

Julia Roberts – 28 October

Bill Gates – 28 October

Homi J Bhabha – 30 October

Ivanka Trump – 30 October

Emiliano Sala – 31 October

Content marketing opportunities:

  • Listicle idea: The highest-rated pop albums of the 2010s
  • Infographic idea: A look at how The Beatles rose to fame
  • Video idea: How ‘Missile Man’ APJ Abdul Kalam fueled India’s journey to space
  • Podcast idea: Is the KonMari method really effective?

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word of the day


yowza/ˈjaʊzə/Learn to pronounceexclamationINFORMAL•US

  1. used to express approval, excitement, or enthusiasm.”yowza, that was some exciting basketball weekend”

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SETH GODIN’S NEWSLETTER


Walking away from the idée fixe

“It’s going to be exactly like THIS. It has to be, and I don’t want to hear otherwise. Don’t you believe in me?”

The wedding with the perfect dress, the perfect cake, the perfect groom. It doesn’t matter that the family, the finances and yes, our spouse all don’t want it.

The business with the famous venture capitalist behind it, the IPO, the business model. It doesn’t matter if the people we seek to serve can’t support that.

The musical career with a debut at Carnegie Hall, the glowing reviews and the fancy record deal. It doesn’t matter that the practice and the compromises make you unhappy…

There are industries in place that groom us to do things a certain way. Not because it’s good for us or our mission, but because it’s easier or more profitable for them.

In fact, you can make a ruckus online without venture funding (most people who do don’t have it). In fact, you can have a happy marriage without a big wedding. And in fact, you can happily write your novel without Random House publishing it.

I know you’ve been proving the naysayers wrong for so long that by now it feels like a regular part of the journey. It’s entirely possible, though, that the folks who are pointing out that the industry’s path might not be your path have a point.

For every person who has proven the skeptics wrong, there are a hundred who should have listened to them and done the work they cared about instead of keeping track of the wrong metrics.

Begin at the beginning: who are you serving? What does a successful contribution look like?

Changing the way (limiting) I post here.


Random Phrase of the day

Between a Rock and a Hard Place Meaning: Being faced with two difficult choices.

Random Paragraph of the day

He took a sip of the drink. He wasn’t sure whether he liked it or not, but at this moment it didn’t matter. She had made it especially for him so he would have forced it down even if he had absolutely hated it. That’s simply the way things worked. She made him a new-fangled drink each day and he took a sip of it and smiled, saying it was excellent.

Weird Word of the Day

chevet

east end of a church


Breakfast idea.
Grain Free Peanut Butter Granola

a glass jar filled with homemade grain free granola

Dinner Idea

So Yummy


Rice with Carrots and Peas

By Andy Anderson ! @ThePretentiousChef

Okay, this dish is so easy/peasy to create that you’ve probably made a variation of it a thousand times. My own take on this classic dish is simple… I want to taste peas, and I want to taste carrots.

So, I dropped all the usual suspects, like onions, shallots and additional spices. Plus, I eliminated the oil, and headed straight to the cow… yes, that’s right… nice sweet butter.

So, you ready… Let’s get into the kitchen.

Motivational Quote of the Day

“At the moment of commitment the entire universe conspires to assist you.”
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

WORD OF THE DAY
 
Blarney
BLAR-nee
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Irish, 18th century
 
1
Talk that aims to charm, pleasantly flatter, or persuade.
2
Amusing and harmless nonsense.
 
 
 
Examples of Blarney in a sentence
 
“She certainly was a charmer as she relied on blarney to persuade her coworkers to share details about their lives.”
 
“The kindergarten teacher playfully asked her class if they had an actual question or just more blarney.”