Monthly Archives: May 2017
For humans born in a time when resources were limited and dangers were great, our natural inclination to share and cooperate is complicated when resources are plenty and outside dangers are few. When we have less, we tend to be … Continue reading
If you wake up chasing the morning because you woke up late, you’ll always be in a rush mode the entire day. The first 10 minutes of how you start your day determines how you spend the next 10 hours … Continue reading
StartUp Tip #6: Losers have goals, winners have systems
Focus your mind on “systems” instead of “goals.”
This involves choosing projects and habits that, even if they result in “failure” in the eyes of the outside world, give you transferable skills or relationships. Continue reading
Start-Up Tip #5: Make your bed
If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished the first task of the day.
It will give you a small sense of pride, and it will encourage you to do another task and another and another. Continue reading
Start-Up Tip #4: There are no super heroes
The superheroes you have in your mind [idols, titans, billionaiers, etc] are nearly all walking flaws who have maximized 1 or 2 strengths.
Humans are imperfect creatures. Continue reading
Start-Up Tip #3: Adopt a producer mindset
When was the last time you created something?
Wrote something from a blank page?
Drew something from a blank canvas? Continue reading
Appeal first to your customer’s heart and you will have a customer for life.
We live in a product flogging world.
Products are pushed at us. Technology rains down on us through mass communications.
We are bombarded with adverts, billboards, tweets, text messages, tv ads, newspaper ads, everywhere you look is adverts. Continue reading
Entrepreneurs obsess with growing big. They obsess with the number of users, number of sign-ups, number of registrations, number of followers, number of branches all over the country or continent. They adopt the attitude of “If we build it, they … Continue reading
Show up, do the work, and go home. That blue collar work ethic married to indomitable will. It is that simple. Nothing interferes. Nothing can sway you from your purpose. Once the decision is made to adopt a patience approach, … Continue reading