People are always changing. They change from forces within and forces external. They grow older. The world around them changes. No doubt some of these people are your customers – or at least you want them to be. You need to change with the times and with your customers – or someone else will. Why
What are you selling? Who are you selling to? Do you need to sell an idea? Do you need to sell yourself?
So many people are afraid of risk. And it’s understandable. They might lose. One thing I explore you to do is take risks, especially when you’re young. It is one thing to risk everything you have on an idea when you’re 25. It’s something else to risk everything you have when you’re 55. You can
It’s the path that’s sold you to. Go to school, go to college, get a good job, enjoy your life. Reality is in fact much different. I’m not here to tell you that college is not a good idea. I am here to tell you that it’s not a good idea for everyone. The main
There is a definite connection between risk and success. The higher the level of success you want the higher level of risk you have to be capable with. People that become billionaires almost always have to risk everything. You just can’t create that kind of wealth without being willing to risk it all. The
Don’t get complacent when times are great. When times are good and the money is rolling in, those are the times that you need to market the most. If you rely on one single channel to drive in new customers, that channel can change, and then you’re running frantic. Always be looking for new ways
The world changes. Consumers change. You have to make sure to look forward in life and in business. Don’t look back on the glory years. Don’t complain about how no one buys your products or no one finds your business. Instead, take that time you would have spent complaining and focus on where you can
For many people there is a serious disconnect with how they market vs how they want to be marketed to. If you follow someone on Facebook, do you want them to constantly ask you for things? Probably not. You want them to provide value. You want them to justify following them. You need to work
This is the video from a Facebook Live video on personal finance.
I am a firm believer that having a business is a lot like having a child. A business requires time and money. You will have successes, failures, and mountains of challenges. The landscape is ever-changing. Sound familiar? To any parent it sure does. I am not classifying a business like a child. I would sacrifice