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.
In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning, and purpose – and earn a good living.
Moore’s law states that technology will double every 24 months. This exponential technological change can be leveraged into innovative ideas and new businesses. However, when you ignore the context around what’s changing, you become irrelevant.
Uncle G. breaking down influencer marketing for us one more time. This time, he brought in backup for some expert advice. Bill Carmody has 22 years in marketing and has a few points that you need to incorporate into your marketing strategy today.
Doing the right thing upfront will always bring long-term value. However, this doesn’t entitle you to success. It all depends on the timing of the value proposition and the market.
Sometimes crucial info can be lost in translation. So today I decided to properly define and explain exactly what we mean when we “2X” a piece of content. It’s so simple, but this one tactic can save you multiple hours per day. And turn you into a well-informed entrepreneur. Check it out!
We’re days away from the official start of Q4. Which means there’s about 92 days left to finish out the fiscal year strong. But it’s also a time of preparation because Q1 is just around the corner. The trends and patterns of consumption of Q4 often lead into Q1.
No, there’s no exam coming up, but it’s always good to focus on the basics. This consumer behavior review, given by Prof. Myles Bassell, focuses on segmentation, perception, learning & memory, and motivation. Listen to it in 2X and crush it half the time.
Trust is a hard thing to gain, especially the trust of a consumer. As people assess whether they want to give you they’re trust or not, it’s always best to minimize any objections they may have.
Theory is important because it’s the basis of any well-informed decision. The Theory of Reasoned Action sheds light on the intent behind every action. It’s this reasoning process that on a fundamental level drives all consumer decisions.