In “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, he cites a study where 25,000 people who avoided making decisions and procrastinated, failed. The takeaway? Procrastination leads to failure.
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Does your podcast need a website? The short answer is YES. A website for your podcast serves as a central hub for the show for your audience.
In the pursuit of mastery, Rich Mulholland challenges us to learn something we already know and become a student in our own field of expertise.
Did you know that it costs 5 to 20 times more to acquire a new customer, than to just retain the ones you already have? This is why community matters.
Joe Casabona says that by focusing on the little touches, your customers will come away feeling like they had an incredible experience with your business.
As a society, we are consuming knowledge in the same way we consume calories from food, but we’re not burning the calories we’re consuming.
Trevor Bragdon explains the importance of establishing a vision, while maintaining that necessary flexibility of serving new markets and new customers.
Why does your podcast need an episode zero? Joe Casabona says there are two reasons that podcasters should start with an episode zero.
Think your website is already optimized for SEO? Curtis Hays reminds us that simply installing Yeost doesn’t guarantee that your website is optimized.
Allan’s rule is that if someone else can complete a task 80% as well as you can, then you should delegate it. It’s a candid way of saying, “let it go.”
Joe Casabona recommends utilizing questions from your website’s contact form. This is great material directly from your audience!
Inspired by Alex Bloomberg, Jeff asks, “What is it about your video, audio, or copy that makes your audience pause, and find it curious or fascinating?”
If you think about your business as craft, then you’re constantly looking for ways to improve it. Do you treat your business as craft?
Whether you’re posting free content on your blog or YouTube video, many people are worried they will lose business by giving too much away for free.
Rich Mulholland reminds us to respect the importance of our own time. We are the only ones who are in control of our time and our priorities.
Though it’s something we hear often, Allan Dibs encourages us to review how we’re spending our time in “The 1 Page Marketing Plan.”
Walt Disney was famous for his attention to detail, even conducting his own experiment to determine the exact distance to place trash cans in his parks.
JT Smith is an entrepreneur who would rather have 10,000 customers paying him $10 per month, rather than 10 customers paying him $10,000 per month.
Stephanie Baiocchi stresses the importance of building and organizing a community – simply because conversations always happen in the context of community.