Everyone loves a good listicle, right? The entrepreneurial space is littered with 3 tips for this, 7 tactics for that, and of course the rock steady top 10 tips for “what have you.”
An especially popular form of the genre is the expert round up. In this scenario, the article contains advice from a collection of successful entrepreneurs and business owners.
So, my esteemed co-host Robert Bruce thought it would be interesting to take one of these expert roundups, present each bit of advice to me, and see if I agree.
In this case, it turns out that these particular 9 pieces of advice are solid. I give my take, and expand on several of these daily habits that provide the backbone for success as an independent business person.
Tune in to hear about the importance of clearly defining success for yourself, lifelong learning, automation technology, how to decide what to tackle first each day, and more. If you enjoy the episode, please leave a rating/review of at iTunes. Thank you!
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9 Daily Habits for Business Success
Whether you’re the freelancer, or the person hiring the freelancers to do more with your micro-enterprise, trust is essential.
In this piece, I make the case that even if search engines didn’t exist, content marketers would still be doing the bulk of the work that search engine optimization requires.
If you’re reading this, I guess the subject line of the email did its job. Unless you got here from a social network, in which case you should really be subscribed to the email list.
I met Sue Zimmerman a year ago at a conference in the Philippines, and she knows more about Instagram than the vast majority of people. Cure your low engagement with this piece.
No, I’m not talking about your philandering husband. We’re talking the life of the digital nomad, making money from anywhere as an on-the-go independent business person. Who knew one could get tired of the beach scene?
Let’s say you were given this assignment back in elementary school: “Write out each of the steps involved in making a peanut butter & jelly sandwich.” Would that help you create better products? Seems so.
In this week’s episode of the show, I say it’s up to you to define success. That said, you still need some traditional measures of success within your overall goal framework. So, how do you measure small business success?
Not to be a downer, but it’s smart to understand the downside of things going, well … extremely less than well. This young guy understands bankruptcy on a personal level. Who knows, maybe one day he’ll be President of the United States.
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