If you’ve been following my blog, you know that I’ve challenged myself to write a blog post every day in 2016. 365 posts. Day by day.
If you’ve truly been following me, than you know I broke my streak last week and haven’t posted a single post.
While I have been writing every day, I haven’t been posting everyday .
A few months ago I met with Hillel Fuld to talk about his company’s upcoming app Zcast.
Zcast is an “all you need to run a podcast in one” kind of an app, with the addition amazing benefit that you run the whole thing through the app utilizing Twitter.
You can just start (or schedule) your podcast, invite someone from Twitter and start your show – with A-sound quality and easy to use interface.
Inspiration and motivation are hard to maintain.
Entrepreneurs are well known to be super happy on the one day and be depressed and think nothing is going their way the second. I think everybody feels that rollercoaster actually.
The secret is knowing how to overcome it and not surrender to being sad, demotivated and basically give up.
When talking content, there’s an endless debate – should you focus on quality or quantity.
I can give you my answer right away, but understanding the thought process is more important.
There is a mis-consumption on the impact of creating a lot of content in oppose to creating right targeted content every once in a while.
It’s almost the end of January and I’m still coming to terms with completing my personal / business goals for 2016.
Finalizing your goals is hard work, after all, it’s the ones you are going to pursue all year long. Make decisions according to, and work for. At the end of 2016, your are supposed to be where the goals you set are and who they made you become.
One of the reasons I spend so much time mentoring startups and meeting with entrepreneurs is that I love to help.I really, passionately love to help.
My mission statement hasn’t changed in the last decade – I want to help people achieve their goals.
This post is a way for me to call my bluff. And maybe yours as well.
Procrastination has a bad reputation, though it’s not always a bad thing as long as you are aware of it.
There’s a huge difference between procrastinating and lying to yourself about it, and procrastinating with full awareness but lack of self control.
A few days ago I talked about how you can improve interaction with 3 small tweaks.
Since then I’ve been getting some really great feedback from you guys about how well this is working for you. I’m super happy to see that you are following and testing yourself. Really, for me that’s exciting. I appreciate you taking the time to read my stuff and practice it.
Every week I get between 5-10 emails / messages asking me about ‘where should I learn social media’ and discussing the different schools and courses they can attend.
I often give them the same answer – It doesn’t matter. I might even add “If you are willing to spend some time and focus, save the money and start hitting Google / Neil Patel / Buffer / Social Media Examiner”. Because eventually the content is always the same.
Life is too short. We all know it. We rarely act according to it.
Today, Michael Assaf shared a beautiful post with me on Twitter.
The post, simply titled “Life is Short” was written by Paul Graham, and has managed to do what many cliche’ posts could not. Really look at what I’m spending my time doing and thinking – am I doing the right choices.