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.
The defining factor that separates successful entrepreneurs from unsuccessful ones is the relationship they have with failure. Do they focus on it? Do they learn from it?
When Jay Abraham curated this list of 93 extraordinary referral systems I doubt he intended for you to do them all. But, with the insanely high success rate of these tested and confirmed referral strategies you’d be stupid not to. This is how you build a business that lasts. Take Notes.
The brain is just like every other muscle in the human body. If you want to maximize its potential and output you have to train it to function at a higher level.
The entrepreneur is the modern day renaissance man. This is out of necessity. They have the vision but to make it a reality they need to be fluent in diverse disciplines. While tough, content marketing expert Ronnie Nijmeh credits this diversity as his secret to generating innovative ideas.
If you want to enhance the quality of life you have to first define exactly what you want. Once you define your life goals you can strategically plan and achieve them.
We all make mistakes. Some are made consciously and inherently easier to correct. But others are subconscious ones where the brain actually tricks us into making poor decisions. These are the most costly. And with this advice from Charlie Munger, they can be eliminated.
Narrowing your niche is one of the toughest most often confused pieces of business advice. Why? Because it’s tough to find the middle ground between mass marketing and niche specific communications.
Ten years ago, a team of filmmakers followed David Lynch on a sixteen-country tour and documented a series of lectures and intimate interviews on Lynch’s creative process and his relationship to Transcendental Meditation. The resulting footage has been compiled into this documentary entitled Meditation, Creativity, Peace.
Fear arises when we focus on the future. Since the future is imaginary, any time spent concentrating on fear is time spent on something that doesn’t exist. Yet, we still feel it.