Putting out a product is easy enough – getting attention for it is the hard part. Chase Jarvis gives us a framework for getting more traffic that is simple and easy to apply.
Most people are afraid to increase prices because they think they’ll lose customers, when in fact, the opposite is the truth.
A lot of tips on communicating that experts give exist in a vacuum. Yes, they will work but they are highly situational. As a counter to these tips, Alan Alda presents his 3 rules of 3 to help you relate to your audience and connect with them on a deeper level in any situation.
Eckhart Tolle and Wayne Dyer will unfortunately never grace the stage again together so this discourse on the Tao and ego is historic. Dyer and Tolle dive deep into living consciously and the many teachings of Lao-Tzu, giving you a chance to connect to the present moment.
The moment you start to embrace the grind is the moment you realize that at your worst, you can only get better. It’s ultimately a marathon and if you continue to move forward you will eventually reach the finish line.
I see a lot of cool things online but some of them don’t exactly fit the content schedule. Hence, the installation of 5 Bullet Friday where I show you 5 things that I think are f*cking awesome.
If you are losing money and wasting time, you are going about Facebook advertising the wrong way. Here is how to fix it and have your content distributed to the people that actually want to see it.
Hebru Brantley survived as an artist because he learned the art of the hustle. He cut out the middle man and took his art to the people. In doing so, he maintained control of his narrative and set the tone for how his art should be perceived.
There’s a thin line between market dominance and monopoly. And with the acquisition of Whole Foods, Scott Galloway is predicting that Amazon will be the first $1 trillion market capitalization company. But along with the growth potential, Amazon is moving dangerously close to monopolizing the consumer goods market.
Have you ever wondered how you could circumvent the banks and take advantage of a depressed Real Estate market? Probably not. But maybe you’ve been in a situation where capital isn’t readily available yet the opportunity is ripe. There is no worse feeling. However, all you need is a creative approach to raising capital.