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It Took 21 Failures to Earn $100K in 5 Months

ecommerce motivational Mar 27, 2020

Benny Hsu bought a course on how to make money designing and selling t-shirts. Soon he had his first t-shirt designed and uploaded, ready to sell.

He set a Facebook ad budget at $10. If no one bought his shirt at the end of his $10 spend, he would stop. No one bought.

But he liked the process, so he tried again.

In fact, he tried 20 times more with 20 new t-shirt designs and 20 new ad campaigns. On each one he spent $10 to test it out, and still no one was buying.

Well, that’s not...

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Bad Product? Reposition It

motivational sales tips Mar 20, 2020

This doesn’t always work, but when it does… it’s magic.

Here are three examples, one of which you may have heard before, two of which I’ll bet are new to you.

Lousy Glue

I remember hearing that the glue on Post-It Notes was a mistake. The inventor was trying to make the world’s strongest glue and instead made what might be the world’s weakest adhesive.

He could have thrown it out. But instead, some enterprising individuals thought of a way to use it...

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College Professor teaches marketing in 60 seconds

jokes motivational Mar 14, 2020

1: You see a gorgeous girl at a party. You go up to her and say, “I’m very rich. Marry me!”

That’s Direct Marketing

2: You’re at a party with a bunch of friends and see a gorgeous girl. One of your friends goes up to her and pointing at you says, “He’s very rich. Marry him.”

That’s Advertising

3: You see a gorgeous girl at a party. You go up to her and get her telephone number. The next day, you call and say, “Hi, I’m very...

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Living a Life of Significance

life coach motivational Dec 03, 2019

Living a life of significance is the foundation to a successful thriving business.
It’s all about deepening your compassion and ability to understand others.

Let’s say that two entrepreneurs start businesses on the same day in the same industry. One entrepreneur is out to make a good profit and sell his business in 10 to 20 years so he can retire on the beach.

The second entrepreneur has a vision of helping his hometown by bringing back jobs and pride to the community. He’s...

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