Are you scared of video for any or all of the following reasons?
- It's expensive
- It takes to much time
- Your not comfortable being on camera
- You are not technically savvy
A rockin' video review of Andy Jenkin's The Video Boss
Sorry for chopping my head off in this video. If you are SERIOUS about creating an online business from your passion get this book. Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion http://crushitbook.com/crush-it-the-experience/ Read more »
If your business is not using social media you are missing out on a huge opportunity to increase your exposure and sales. In examining the question of why a business has not yet taking the plunge and started establishing itself on social media, we have heard the following "excuses"
- Lack of time
- Lack of understanding
- It will not work for my industry
- Social Media is just a fad
- Do not think it is an effective marketing medium
Stop! Put down your desk chair and step away from the dumpster. I am not starting a cult and making you think you can walk on clouds. I am not talking about your office fixtures. I am not trying to sell you more cushy office furniture. That would be a great headline if I was though. I am talking about software, in particularly Microsoft Office or any office software that has to be installed on your computer. There is an alternative and its only $184.00 dollars. Wait if you act now I will give it to you for Free. This offer is only valid until forever so Act Now!!! No but seriously, the... Read more »
Blink by Malcolm Gladwell is one of the best books that I have read in recent months. Malcolm Gladwell does a great job of explaining how our mind is able to break down situations in the blink of an eye. He sites several examples of times where rapid cognition was used effectively and also brings light to real life tragedies that could have been avoided had the individuals involved slowed down and accessed situations a little more clearly. One of the points that I also found really interesting is how an overload of information can keep us from making the best possible decisions. It... Read more »
Recently I finished a book by Dan Arielly entitled Predictably Irrational I really liked this book and how it gets you to look at the "big picture" of the human psychosis. The author and his collegues go through many experiments that show how naturally irrational our behavior as humans can be. This irrationality seems to encompass all areas of our lives from relationships to finances. My reason for suggesting this book is sort of similar to how people deal with addictions. You first much admit you have a problem or in this case just become... Read more »