I was reading a classic the other day – The One Minute Entrepreneur.
This is a distillation of the first couple of chapters, including the very same notebook idea that so many self-made people have used to build their fortunes.
There once was a young man in high school who found himself in jail, accused of having illegal drugs. This student wasn’t a bad person by any means. He had friends, decent grades, a girlfriend who loved him and a place on the football team.
We’re living in one of those movies where a virus threatens humanity; some of the leaders don’t pay attention to the scientists, and everything looks hopeless while the protagonists' race to save lives and find a cure despite the politicians best efforts to be total idiots.
Then the heroes save the day, all is well, and we can leave the movie theater relieved it was ‘just a movie.’
Except that now we are trapped on the movie screen, the director is gone, and there is...
With the world essentially turned upside down right now, maybe it’s a good time to forget about getting things perfect and instead simply concentrate on getting them done.
Whatever your specialty is, reach out to people on social media and see who you can help. I think you’ll find that people are much more open right now to receiving help from a kind stranger.
Offer two ears to listen and one mouth to offer solutions to whatever they are facing. In other words, do more listening...
Here’s a list of businesses that are doing exceptionally well during this pandemic:
These are five things your customers want from you.
These are also five things that your spouse wants from you…
…your children want from you
…and your friends, coworkers, neighbors, and bosses want from you.
And they are the 5 things that YOU want, as well.
This comes from a book titled, “The One Sentence Persuasion Course – 27 Words to Make the World do Your Bidding” by Blair Warren. I highly, HIGHLY encourage you to read it.
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