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1% of your effort delivers approximately 51% of your results In the late 1800s Vilfredo Pareto noticed something interesting in his garden. He noticed that a tiny number of pea pods produced the majority of the peas. Now Vilfredo was an economist and...
Google wasn’t the first search engine in the market Google wasn’t the first search engine in the scene. According to this article, they were the 20th! Apple didn’t invent the smartphone or the tablet. But they did reimagine both and reinvented them w...
Time management Time management is a misnomer. You can’t really manage time because there is a finite number of hours in each day. Every one of us is subject to the same time constraints. So so you can’t really manage time given the fact you can’t co...
How to approach selling so it benefits the customer I’ve often found the whole sales process to be highly uncomfortable. Perhaps it’s because selling is generally treated with suspicion. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you focus your efforts o...
Data vs intelligence 1000 twitter followers, 200 facebook page likes, 6000 email subscribers. All these are examples of business data. Understanding what makes that twitter follower, facebook liker or email subscriber engage with your business and/or...
Great products market themselves Have you ever experienced a product that just scratched your itch? You know, a product that delivered an excellent experience as it solved your problem … exactly like the marketing (for that product) had promised you ...
The wonder of childhood Do you remember your earlier years? When things were magical? When the world was wonderous? When you were a fountain of new ideas. When each day felt like another breakthrough? Chances are you weren’t consuming a lot of inform...
Conversation is the new lead “Conversation is the new lead”. That was a sentence that really stayed with me after having left the Digital Marketer Conference Down Under in 2018. And it was Ryan Deiss who said it. It was one of those things that seeme...
The problem with being purely goal-oriented Postponing your satisfaction until you reach your destination, or making your happiness conditional to goal-achievement is one of the quickest ways to unhappiness. The best possible result you can hope for ...
Atomic Habits Some time ago, I spoke to James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits. James talked about habits being the compound interest of self-improvement. The drip, drip, drip approach to building a habit through consistent daily practice can snowb...

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