I've worked up my listening speed to about 2.5-3.5X (depends on how fast the narrator is) over the past 3 or 4 years. Anything below 2.5 feels slow and will get me distracted. Will explain shortly.
First let's borrow a principle from speed reading. The logic is that the faster you read the more...
Hi Tourmaline. Have you already signed up for "Facebook Ad Buyers" group on Facebook? Probably the best place to lurk around and absorb info on the subject and ask questions, generally the people there can be helpful given you've already done some research on your own
Sry went off topic before. Regarding the book. I read it a few years ago. Powerful story on it's own. One of the key takeaways I still remember and found valuable in this book was the notion of how you should take the worse thing that ever happened to you and figure out how it was a positive...
Like with anything it takes a process, a series of micro events that eventually lead to a macro change. Reading 1 book one time probably wont change much. But reading 1 book a week for a year or two or three will definetly see some change in you.
It is said that your life looks like an average...
It's a math game. For me "Unscripted" put something very important in perspective, what's the most important number in the 1 Million/year equation? 2740 USD. Since everyone knows what I'm on about won't dive into that more.
So I think anyone with enough hustle to crack 100k/year in profits has...
As long as we are sharing info on email then I wanted to add a great resource I have found with actionable advice for your email game.
E-mail service provider Yesmail has a very decent blog where they give gold on what is working on e-mail based on actual email data that passes through their...
Yeah for sure, completely changed my approach after reading it. Was awkward as f*** at first but the results speak for itself. Also does wonders if you redo your sales strategy in for example websites with the standard approach of guiding prospects through a "yes" funnel.
Also if you are hunting for personal e-mails then a good trick is hidden in Twitter. If you log out of your account and your target has a twitter account then go to "forgot my password" and insert the user name of the target. 70% of the time it will give you part of the email, where it gives you...
Thanks! Be sure to check out the rest of the list, all are worth a read. Just finished "Bold" by Peter Diamandis. Full of very actionable tips on growing industries at the moment. Will add Shoe Dog to my list.
What I've read since August (By reading I mean listening in audiobook format and usually in 2x speed which helps alot)
Added book title/author and some of the key takeaways I got
- Great book to identify limiting beliefs,
Have a growth mindset, you can learn anything if you...
Thanks for posting this thread, read through it and I've been using a similar method to get e-mails for anyone for some time already so great actionable advice for everyone here.
Just gonna drop a few nuggets on what I've done after getting an e-mail as the other important step...
A hack/tip for scrolling through this forum.
So from time to time I stumble upon threads that are 10,20 etc pages long. There's no real point to read through all of the posts in a thread. So what I do is only look at posts made by the OP or other relevant/high profile users. Usually the OP...
Some thoughts on GROWTH:
Create the products that people love
Get a lot of people to touch that product
Grow account from within SaaS
Word of mouth
Freemium….in product promos
Some things to consider when starting a company/start-up
Equity (will you give your employees equity?)
Who (who do you need and what positions do you need to fill to become successful)
Location (Will you have an office where employees are based or can working remotely work for you)...
Some of this might feel a bit too "start-upy" for some of you, but i'm gonna continue posting anyways.
So NEXT with what to consider when pitching an idea to investors:
You should be able to fit everything into 120 seconds
Cut everything that is unneccesary
4 main points (3 too little…5 too...