“Information is the most valuable commodity in the world” – quote from the movie “Wall Street” (1987). (probably the original author of the quote is different) … But anyway, I couldn’t agree more.
Information controls our lives. The information we have ultimately controls all our actions directly or indirectly. All the decisions we make that ultimate shape and determine our reality are made based on the information that we posses and use in any given moment.
If you are in the info marketing business however, selling information is not the easiest task in the world. Continue reading How To Sell Information
The words “amateur” and “idiotic” are probably more relevant than the word “newbie” but lets keep the title of this article start-up friendly… Sort of…
Technology startups fail more often than any other businesses despite the fact that their founders have higher IQs on paper.
I believe it’s because of absence of business knowledge and bad marketing is big part of that. Continue reading 3 Newbie Marketing Mistakes That Most Early Stage Start-ups Make
Lack of energy is a huge problem for lots of people (including me) that’s resulting in less productivity, bad mood, tiredness, etc. It’s messing with your work and your day to day life so it’s not a small issue. Good energy is required to get things done.
I know a lot about nutrition and diets, supplements and medication, psychology and all kinds of stuff that can help or mess up your energy. It’s not an easy thing to fix but it’s necessary if you need to accomplish more or just feel better.
Continue reading 5 Easy Ways To Get More Body Energy For Free
Health is something that you don’t appreciate until you lose it.
I don’t know anybody who doesn’t want to be healthy. And unfortunately most people I know have some sort of health issues. It seems that everybody is sick these days. It’s not just the viruses out there, even young people suffer from chronic diseases.
Continue reading Benefits Of Being Healthy
I’m probably one of the least/best qualified people to give advice on time management and procrastination. And here is why… I’m so good at wasting my time and procrastinating that I’m an expert on the topic who still struggles to overcome that natural obstacle.
We hear very often business gurus saying “fail fast”. In my opinion that’s a great advice. And I think it relates more to time management and productivity than to the common business matters like market, product quality, etc.
Continue reading Fail Fast Or Not So Fast
Some awesome online business ideas you’ve never had and no one else is thinking about:
News website – about sports or politics, you decide. It’s very simple. Install wordpress on a shared hosting account, pick a free theme from somewhere, create facebook page, copy/paste all the news you can from other sites and share all your news in social media. Guaranteed success.
Continue reading Some Awesome Online Business Ideas You’ve Never Had
In sales all that matters is to make a sale. And in 1 minute you will have a fundamental blueprint for selling anything, just keep reading…
Yeah, I know it sounds like I’m offering some magic pill, but I’m not. In fact this info is so basic that no one really pays attention to them anymore. Marketers are so obsessed to use all kind of tweaks, tricks and gimmicks (<–read my prev post) resulting in too much testing, work and headache unless they quit earlier.
Continue reading Fundamental Blueprint For Selling Anything
Would you build and live in a house that is not stable and can collapse over you any time? So why would you want that for your business?
You see, businesses, just like buildings, have to be stable. Otherwise they will fail fast and overnight and you will have something blame. There are many examples of poorly designed businesses with very weak single points of failure, yet people who start them do not realize how unstable their ventures are.
Here I’ll explain one of the business traps that many entrepreneurs fall in when plan and execute their ideas.
Continue reading Business Based On Tricks, Gimmicks, Loopholes
I see so many people waste their time with stupid business ideas (me included) when there are so many serious niches and business areas that scream for change and improvement.
Instead of trying your business luck with ventures like t-shirt companies, restaurants, photo editing apps or SEO agencies, entrepreneurs better focus on solving real and significant issues.
Continue reading Serious Business Areas That Need More Attention
I advocate entrepreneurship but that doesn’t mean I want everybody to be an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is essentially starting a business and it’s obvious that the world and societies don’t need just entrepreneurs. So who should be an entrepreneur?
I guess a normal percentage of entrepreneurs in a typical society would be around 10-15%. The percentage might be higher somewhere according to some local laws, conditions and incentives. Have in mind that all self-employed people are basically entrepreneurs. If your profession is a plumber and you work independently by yourself you are an entrepreneur.
Continue reading Who Should Be An Entrepreneur