Your Customer Can't Be Everyone

marketing Nov 02, 2020

How big should your business be to make a good living? How many customers should you have before you can quit your full-time job?

For centuries, entrepreneurs wanted to create something that could be sold to the maximum number of people. This kind of thinking is outdated because no one has an...

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Can we find a balance between the two?

business Oct 28, 2020

In the last six months, we transitioned from an effort economy to a result economy. 

We stopped measuring the time spent at the office, and we started to measure results. For a long time, corporations asked their staff to show up at 8 and leave at 5. This pandemic shifted businesses'...

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Our Biggest Challenge

mindset Oct 27, 2020

COVID-19 is offering business leaders a challenge. How can we keep our customers and employees safe? 

Most organizations are failing to do either one of them. However, some organizations are protecting their employees more than their customers, and they will suffer in the long run. They want...

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4 Reasons To Do Something Worth Sharing

business mindset Oct 23, 2020

Follow your passion sounds easy, but it is pointless advice. 

Instead of telling people to follow their passion, we should tell them to do something worth sharing. Some passions are not worth chasing or sharing. Nobody wants to tell you to do work worth sharing because following your passion...

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5 Key Principles of The World's First Billionaire

business startup Oct 19, 2020

John Rockefeller 

He never got credit for it, but the ideas of startup started with this man.

At 16, John D. Rockefeller entered the business world as a bookkeeper with Hewitt and Tuttle, a produce brokerage firm in Cleveland, Ohio. Two years later, the young man fought with the firm...

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What If Mentality Will Change Your Life

mindset Oct 17, 2020

David Goggins 

An overweight exterminator wanted to enlist in the Navy SEALs. Recruiters laughed him off the phone. He was an unhappy man who had a daily routine consisting of two hamburgers, a large milkshake, a box of donuts, and hours of watching TV.

If he wanted to enlist in the Navy...

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3 Top Traits of Trustworthy Leader

leadership Oct 16, 2020
A father and his young daughter were crossing a bridge. The father told his daughter to hold his hand; she declined. She asked him to hold her hand. He asked, “What is the difference?” She said, if I hold your hand, and something happens, I may let your hand go, but if you hold my...
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People's Vision of the World is Flawed

Uncategorized Oct 15, 2020

If you ask people what they want, you will get Kim Kardashian to run the world and crown James Harden as the best basketball player ever. 

People see the world differently but similarly at the same time. They might argue that no one likes Kim Kardashian, but 300 million people follow her on...

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The Power of Disruption

business Oct 14, 2020

If I ask you to take a week off and write all the industries that need to be disrupted. What would you write?

The biggest problem I have with the word disruption is that most people think about it as an entrepreneurship problem. I argue that every business disruption started with personal...

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Google Won't Like This Post

marketing Oct 12, 2020

According to the Google algorithm, I should not stop writing this post until I reach 1500–2500 words, but I won’t waste your time or energy reading words meant to trick the algorithm but not add value to your life.

Google's algorithm destroyed creativity because people stopped writing...

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