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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 Earlier today, I spoke to James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits. He talked about habits being the compound interest of self-improvement. The drip drip drip approach to building a habit through consistent daily practice can snowball o...
Travel-free vacation The world has transformed over the last 10 years. Steve Jobs was determined to make a ‘dent in the universe’ and the introduction of the iPhone (followed by other similar smartphones) was an inflection point in our lives. While i...
The safety that comes with good intention Entrepreneurship is fraught with risk. Bootstrapping is hard financially and emotionally. But when you act with good intentions that are very clear to your stakeholders (especially your customers) you mitigat...
Bohemian Rhapsody When Queen released the single Bohemian Rhapsody it was met with a lot of resistance. The song had an operatic piece and it was almost 6 minutes long. Other artists were believed to have commented that there was no chance the song w...
1440 minutes That’s how many minutes we have in each day. And the first few of those 1440 minutes sets the tone for the rest of the day. Making wise choices about how we spend those first few minutes is a good predictor of how effective we’re going t...
Your erroneous zones In his book titled your erroneous zones, Wayne Dyer explains two variable principles: the power of being fully present in each moment and the importance of making decisions frequently. In today’s information overload environment,...
Transformational leadership vs transactional leadership What’s the difference between transformational leadership and transactional leadership? I recently had a wonderful conversation with Richard Lindner form www.digitalmarketer.com. The conversatio...

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