…or maybe not.
How did 2014 go for you?
It might be an indication of how this year might end up.
You might be the exceptional 10% that sets goals and consistently overshoots their target, getting much more than they had initially planned. If this is you, then stop reading, there’s not much more I can give you.
If, on the other hand, you find yourself get you all fired up, ready to walk over burning coals, broken glass, molten lava, and you attack (more…)
About 6 months ago, I enrolled in an entrepreneurship course at Appsumo. Not because I didn’t know how to start a business, but to get more ideas about how to bring my existing businesses to the next level.
Working through various exercises, I went through old emails to find that questions about working through procrastination, goal setting, prioritization, better project management came up.
It seems that whether you’re new at what you’re doing, or if you’re already experienced, you will be facing (more…)
Here’s something interesting I’ve noticed.
People who perform regular athletic activity tend to outperform those who don’t.
There might not be a lot of sports professionals in Internet marketing, but the ones who were on a college team or played a sport (including competitive poker) competitively might have an edge.
Here are some reasons why:
- Discipline: Athletes are used to structured training schedules. College-level swimmers might do a round of training from 5am to 7am, head to classes, then get back into the pool and do a second training session from 4pm to 6pm. This goes on for 5-6 days a week, with a rest day. This is in the midst of having to attend classes too. I remember following this schedule for about a quarter till I dropped out of swimming. The effort-reward didn’t agree with me, especially since the women were regularly swimming faster than me. The discipline factor comes in because training is always a priority, unless you had a serious illness, you’d still continue with training. This same attitude also applies to building an Internet business, especially at the early stages. If you slacken, take a week off or take your eye off the target, you’re likely to crash and burn.