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Learning From Failure Is Overrated

The conventional wisdom is that if you start a business and fail, you will have gained new knowledge of what doesn’t work, which you can then use to be successful the next time you start a business. Because of this, failure is then... Read More

What Everyone Wants, But Few Will Work To Build

As someone who has been writing consistently over the last 10 months, I’ve noticed a lot of things about writers. They all want to build large audiences. They all want their articles to be read by thousands of people. And they... Read More

4 Productivity Hacks To Help You Write More

I write a blog post every day as well as an article every week, which I’ve found is something that most writers seem to struggle with. So I just want to share a few productivity hacks that I have used that... Read More

Why You Should Read One Book A Week

Most people tend to seek out things that will entertain them. Most people however aren’t successful. On the other hand, successful people tend to seek out things that will teach them how to be successful. For this reason, reading is,... Read More

Stop Consuming The News

If you had to choose any time in the course of human history to be alive, you’d choose this one. Never before has there been a better time to exist in the world than today. According to the book “The... Read More

One Piece Of Content Can Change Your Life

I am very interested in the idea that it only takes one great piece of content to change your life. However, it’s important to remember that there’s no such thing as an “overnight success.” Everyone who’s a success has put... Read More

Your Biggest Problem Is That No One Knows Who You Are (Yet)

Every individual, whether you’re a writer, an entrepreneur, or a politician, needs a tribe. Without a tribe of engaged readers or a group of loyal customers, your ideas will never spread and your products will never sell. Most individuals seem... Read More

Are You Willing To Put In 10+ Years Of Hard Work To Be Successful?

In the book “The Dip,” Seth Godin, who is a popular blogger and marketer, explains that disproportionate success always (always) comes to the top 1% of people in any field. Godin says, “The rewards are always heavily skewed, so much... Read More

What’s Easy To Do Is Also Easy Not To Do

If you took 100 people when they were young and observed them as they got older, you would find that by the time they turn 65, only 5 percent of them will achieve the level of success and fulfillment that... Read More

Formal Education vs Self Education

According to Forbes magazine, the 400 wealthiest people in the world who did not graduate from college, have made a lot more money than the 400 wealthiest people in the world who did graduate from college. Billionaires who dropped out... Read More