The Formula for Getting Things Done

The Formula for Getting Things Done

The Formula for Getting Things Done

As a lot of you already know, I’ve been writing a book for the last couple of months, and it’s now in the editing phase.… Continue Reading >

Getting Your First 100 Newsletter Subscribers

getting your first 100 newsletter subscribers

Hitting the milestone of 100 newsletter subscribers is a nice feeling. It can mean the idea for your product is gaining some interest, or your blog content is useful enough for people to want it on a regular basis, or maybe you are getting better at providing value through lead magnets.… Continue Reading >

4 Free Tools to Increase Newsletter Subscriptions

4 Free Tools to Increase Newsletter Subscriptions

I’ve been getting asked a lot recently what tools I use for growing the newsletter, so I figured I’d share with everyone.… Continue Reading >

How to Write A Business Elevator Pitch

If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself."

A business elevator pitch is a well-thought-out description of your business that can be given in 30 seconds or less (roughly the amount of time an elevator ride is).… Continue Reading >

5 Lessons I Learned From Shark Tank

5 Lessons I Learned From Shark Tank

I was watching Shark Tank the other night, and I was screaming at the television (in my head at least) because the people pitching their businesses to the investors were blowing it.… Continue Reading >

How to Choose a Business Partner

mutual respect

Note: Start-up money is not a reason to pick someone as a business partner. Those people are called investors.

The first thing to do is decide if having a business partner will actually benefit you.… Continue Reading >

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