Most of the marketers think that Instagram is a hard work. I was of the view that Pinterest was the hardest of the networks. But I figured that one out. So now, Instagram takes the lead as the hardest network. After having an account that was stagnant at 500 followers for almost a month, I finally decided to sit down, figure it out, and do some research to up my game.
Most people sign up to linkedin and stop thinking about it, believing it a virtual Resume, but Chuck Hester is leading the revolution, educating people on the real power of this essential business tool. Rogue asked him to share his quick Linkedin tips to help turbo charge your network.
Chuck Hester is a pay it forward LinkedIn trainer and speaker who works with clients to help them succeed through one-to-one training, workshops, and presentations. He has an innate ability to communicate with his clients and audiences in a way that they can easily relate to, creating actionable steps to improve their businesses.
High Performance Achievers live by standards that they developed to aim for success. Steven Roberts author of The Architect of Excellence: Creating Personal & Professional Success & Happiness Through the Art of Simplicity shares his insights on what key focal points that leaders follow to stay the path and succeed in business and life.
Students, colleagues and peers consistently ask me what the magic secret is in living a successful life based on my experience as a trainer, executive, personal coach, leader and consultant. Not that I’ve reached the super-status of a Tony Robbins, Richard Branson, Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos – but I believe those that ask, ask because I’ve achieved success at multiple levels of personal growth and business success.
Think and Grow Rich is the most successful personal development book ever written. It was first published in 1937 and has since sold over 70 million copies. This tremendously successful book was written by the late Napoleon Hill. He was an American author of the new thought movement. In his prime, Mr. Hill was a personal advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He was one of the originators of personal-success books.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what drives me to develop channels of passive income. I used to think it was money, but now I realise its more. It’s the creation of products that add value to the market. It’s about watching the seed of an idea take shape, breath life and develop into an useable product.
A trained ethnographer and the author of Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, Simon Sinek has held a life-long curiosity for why people and organizations do the things they do. Studying the leaders and companies that make the greatest impact in the world and achieve a more lasting success than others, he discovered the formula that explains how they do it. Sinek’s amazingly simple idea, The Golden Circle, is grounded in the biology of human decision-making and is changing how leaders and companies think and act.
KEY STEPS TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Several years ago, I went for a job in a company I had never heard of, founded by a guy who you never heard off and probably never will. In those 25 minutes, I had my life changed by a different perspective what a career can mean. I remember, to this day, sitting in this small office and listening to an unknown, somebody for whom the world passed by without noticing, explain to me how he had single handedly amassed millions and lived a life of carefree adventure.
Wealth had bought him freedom, but he chose to live in the shadows of business.
“You are what you think. All that you are arises from your thoughts. With your thoughts you make your world.”
As a Man Thinketh by James Allen is credited by Best Selling Author Tony Robbins as one of the best books on Mindset ever written and Robbins is quoted as saying that he personally read it over 10 times, recommending the book “because it’s so small and easy to read and yet so profound”
It teaches in simple yet precise words the essence of mental health.
The most intelligent men, like the strongest, find their happiness where others would find only disaster: in the labyrinth, in being hard with themselves and with others, in effort; their delight is in self mastery; in them asceticism becomes second nature, a necessity, an instinct. They regard a difficult task as a privilege; it is to them a recreation to play with burdens that would crush all others. Friedrich Nietzsche, The Antichrist
How do you eat a frog? To find the answer you will have to read this article.
Last night I talked to a friend by phone, we did our updates on life, then I mentioned I had just published The Antichrist by Nietzsche (small plug). Then I asked him about his long term project, to set up a business. His response was the same, he was making plans to make a plan. Same plan as last month, last year. I felt a little pissed off, so I told him my 1% rule. Make one move in the direction of your goals every day. Refuse to sleep until you do one thing to push the rock further up the hill.
Build something that can’t be ignored and your customers with do all the marketing for you. That was the key rule that helped Brian Chesky grow a product he did not own into on of the biggest successes of the last decade as he helped clients place their homes on the market and turned AIRBNB into a household name.