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How To Take Intelligent Career Risk The 4 Hour Workweek

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 15 June 2012 Pukul 8.12

Ben and Reid are the authors of the 1 New York Times bestseller The Start up of You Adapt to the Future Invest in Yourself and Transform your Career which argues that everyone should apply the principles of entrepreneurship to Asking yourself whether you can tolerate the worst case scenario is a quick and dirty way to size up risk in situations where you dont have much information or time by their account risky careers more severe shocks included

How To Check E Mail Twice A Day The 4 Hour Workweek

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 22 March 2007 Pukul 15.41

If you dont yet use Twitter dont start Its pointless e mail on steroids I had to laugh when I saw a post by the one and only Robert Scoble on the 19th titled Productivity up 200% Twitter Down Postscript LOL Ive actually

Vanity Metrics Vs Actionable Metrics Guest Post By Eric Ries

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 20 May 2009 Pukul 3.00

So the product guys think its the new feature the sales guys think its that new promotion Ive even seen customer service reps be convinced its due to a new customer friendly policy In for example consider an ecommerce product that has a couple of key customer lifecycle events registering for the product signing up for the free trial using the product and becoming a paying customer That information is moderately useful in directing a marketing campaign

How To Build An App Empire Can You Create The Next

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 23 April 2012 Pukul 9.01

While in the hospital for a lengthy recovery a friend gave him an article about the app market Shortly After finishing rehab Chad was able to leave his real estatepany where hed been working 70 hours a week to run his app business from his iPhone in less than 5 hours per week What happened during the early days of the Internet with the creation of websites like Google and eBay is exactly whats happening today with apps and mobile technology

Six Figure Businesses Built For Less Than 100 17 Lessons

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 24 May 2012 Pukul 21.30

The following article is a guest post by Chris Guillibeau whos traveled to 150 countries and studied more micro businesses than anyone I know I hope you Others started only with a domain name and a free WordPress account It wasnt If you want to found a VC backed tech start up you might need to woo investors But the Lesson When large groups of people love and hate something its a good sign theres a business model hiding in plain sight Get paid

20 Things Ive Learned From Traveling Around The World For

Diterbitkan pada Saturday, 30 October 2010 Pukul 21.07

This isnt to say they love our government or our policies but they do not have an issue with Americans as people Even in places youd think would be very anti American such as the Middle East I was welcomed by friendly

How To Travel Through 20 Countries With Free Room And

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 17 January 2013 Pukul 7.32

by capitalizing on underused resources and new technology people can live many strata above their income In Alexs case she was able to raise 8 000 through Kickstarter to crowdfund her travel and the making of her film

Hacking Kickstarter How To Raise 100 000 In 10 Days

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 11 April 2014 Pukul 12.13

Mike Del Ponte co founded Soma which raised more than 100000 on Kickstarter using virtual assistants and free apps This post includes all of their email templates spreadsheets open source code to build landing pages and even a custom dashboard Somas hacker Zach Allia built to monitor their Kickstarter data social media and press Once you make your short list of media targets see below you should also sign up for each blogs email newsletter

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