16th October 2012
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Don’t pay attention to unfollows. People come and go, just focus on being your awesome self.
15th October 2012
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Back in the ’70s, everyone wanted to start a band. Now everyone wants to start companies, especially here in San Francisco.
29th September 2012
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Instant blogging success is a hoax as it takes quite a while to earn money from a brand new blog. The problem isn’t just epistemological – it can have serious consequences. Even Darren Rowse believes »
Blogging superstars aren’t made overnight. Look at any of the heavy hitters in your niche, and I’ll guarantee they weren’t born yesterday. Even if they’ve only entered the blogosphere recently, if they’re already experiencing success, you can bet they’re leaning on a wealth of past experience with your niche, or a related niche, or with technology. Probably all three.
Again, no instant success in blogging
Blogging is a long time commitment, it needs a lot of knowledge (because knowledge changes around us all the time and, we’ve to always have the most up-to-date facts), involvement, patience and time.
21st September 2012
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When I meet you or your company or your product or your restaurant or your website, I desperately need to put it into an existing category, because the mental cost of inventing a new category for every new thing I see is too high. I am not alone in this need. In fact, that’s the way humans survive the onslaught of newness we experience daily.
18th September 2012
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I don’t know if there’s anything wrong with me because I don’t know how other people are.
— Barry Egan, Punch-Drunk Love
8th September 2012
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People will pay for news. It is the most valuable commodity in the world.
3rd September 2012
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For every Steve Jobs, there are a thousand leaders who learned to hire smart people and let them build great things in a nurturing environment of empowerment and it was AWESOME. That doesn’t mean lowering your standards. It doesn’t mean letting people do bad work. It means hiring smart people who get things done—and then getting the hell out of the way.
30th August 2012
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Marketers need to spend less time making promises and more time keeping them.