When you overestimate your opponents, they already win half of the battle.
They have weaknesses too. You have strengths too.
Respect them, but don’t let competition terrify you, and don’t make of them better than they really are!
As promised here, I have some MASSIVE news to share with you. I’m so, so, SO excited about this. I can’t wait any longer! Are you ready??
Hit the play button now!
If you want to follow along my trip to the down under, join the Denting My Universe mailing list now! I’ll never spam. You will only get emails when new blog posts are published.
[Video Transcription In Process]
To read more about Inspiring Innovation Magazine, go here.
To check out Ralph’s ‘Great Business Project’ Blog/Website/Podcast/Magazine – (highly recommended) – go here: http://thegreatbusinessproject.com
I know I disappeared for some while, crazy stuff been happening – three exciting projects, moved to a new country, and some amazing news, all in this video update. Check it out!
If you’re interested in the digital magazine I talked about, you can check it out here.
My first app, ‘Inspiring Innovation Magazine’ has just been released on the Apple Newsstand / App Store!
I’m making a video today explaining all about this new iPad magazine, the process and why I wasn’t around (on the internet) for almost three weeks. That’s coming up later today. Meanwhile – check out the magazine at http://bit.ly/InMagApp
The first issue includes a great video interview with the amazing Pat Flynn from The Smart Passive Income blog, a greatly inspiring piece by Farnoosh from Prolific Living giving you 72 reasons to never get a job, and last but not least – an immensely detailed blueprint of how to go from a product idea to manufacturing and selling it – based on an interview with Cahill Puil, co-founder of LapDawg (see him also featured on Tim Ferriss’ 4HWW blog).
Original audio of the interview also included! (Seriously invaluable).
Once again, the address is: http://bit.ly/InMagApp
Multi-tasking Will Kill You
When I’m playing chess while talking on the phone, not only am I barely able to focus on the phone conversation but my chess rank goes down by about three standard deviations. In other words, the non-phone version of me can beat the phone version of me 95% of the time. That’s a big jump down. And this is a result of doing just two tasks that I’ve done for tens of thousands of hours since I was a kid.
What do you prefer, to complete 10 tasks at only 5% of your potential, or chose the most important one and knock it out the park?