Morning Magnet : May Motivation

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Happy May everyone! May has been a very productive month for me and I want to share all of my achievements with you. A lot of them are courtesy of you. I am very thankful for all of your support getting me bigger social media followings

 

Publishing 100 PM.Project Issues – I have published 100 PM.Project project management newsletters. This level of diligence has helped me get to 100. Not a lot of newsletters get to 100 issues. I have learned so much from this journey both personally and professionally. You can also sign up to learn all things project management here: www.bit.ly/pmprojectmail

Hitting 500,000 Periscope Hearts – Having been on Periscope since July 2015 and returning in December 2018, I am very happy to receive 500,000 hearts. Furthermore, I would like to thank everyone who watches Projectized project management show. You can watch it Mondays through Fridays 5:30pm EST on Periscope www.periscope.tv/carlarjenkins

Getting 200 YouTube Subscribers – YouTube has been one of my hardest social medium to get subscribers. However, I am very happy getting 200 YouTube Subscribers . I truly love video and my community. My niches are social media, personal branding and project management. Subscribe to my YouTube channel: www.carlarjenkins.com/youtubechannel

Receiving 2225 LinkedIn Followers – I am a business blogger and LinkedIn is the business social media. So receiving 2225 followers is huge. I have been publishing more LinkedIn Pulse articles to educate my audience. Furthermore, I am very happy that both a PMI cofounder and PMBOK 3rd edition co-author have connected with me on LinkedIn.

And you can too: www.linkedin.com/in/carlarjenkins

Passing My TABE Test – TABE stands for the test of adult basic education. I am now working with a Cleveland workforce development specialist just like in DC when I received training money for my ITIL certification. I am very happy to announce that I have scored 12.9+ (I can read and compute at the graduating HS senior level) increasing my workforce development training opportunities.

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