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After a chat I had with CEO of Zapier I was wondering how someone who goes into entrepreneurship to avoid corporate life deals with running a corporation. Becoming the thing they tried to escape from? His answer was simple… Trial & error.

Video on how to get your first client: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD2_gkSivpM

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Bill Campbell called “The Coach” is loved and respected by both the jocks and the geeks. After his success at Columbia University as a coach he made a switch from sports to business, particularly technology, where he ended up being a mentor for Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Jeff Bezos and many other of the biggest players in Silicon Valley.

They called him “The Coach” and this is how Bill Campbell, who sadly died last year, could cross bridges that almost no one has, and maybe no one will again.

Born in Homestead, Pennsylvania, in 1940, Bill joined Columbia University in the late 50s. The Columbia Lions football team were one of the oldest college sides, and had one of the best football programs in the country during the early 20th century. Bill just missed out on being coached by Lou Little, who had led the Lions for 26 years, from 1930 to 1956. In that time they won the Rose Bowl, beating Stanford 7-0 in 1934. Little oversaw the development of pro quarterback hall-of-famer, Sid Luckman. Another player, Jack Kerouac, broke his leg and like Bill Campbell, took an interesting shift in careers.

To learn how Bill ended up on the boards of three most influential companies in the world watch the video.

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In order to master a new skill you have to know what the next steps are. You’re starting to master a skill when you learn those next steps. In this video I talk about the 3 stages of mastering a new skill.

Let me know down in the comments, do you feel like you’re in that final stage of mastery where you’re completely confused?

Would love to know what skill that is and what you’re going through.

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How to Prioritize Tasks And Do The Work That Matters

I got a question from a guy who started an agency about a year ago and was wondering how to prioritize tasks and get more done. In this video I answer that question and share my productivity strategies that served me well over the years.

How to Close 5 Deals Per Week – 4 Disciplines of Execution Book Review – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjK7IAXV4DA

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Today we’re going to look at how Cards Against Humanity $4000 Kickstarter campaign in 2010 turned into one of the best selling games of the decade through some highly original publicity stunts.

You might have heard in the news recently that a card game company, Cards Against Humanity, bought a plot of land on the US-Mexican border in an attempt to undermine Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall.

If you’ve never heard of Cards Against Humanity, it’s tag line “a party game for horrible people” neatly sums up what it’s all about. Players try combine cards to create the most offensive answer they can, with the focus being on being funny, rather than on winning. It delights in being politically incorrect.

So, what’s the secret behind their promotion? They barely spend anything on marketing so the creators have managed to create an incredible amount of publicity by channeling the humor of the game into their business practises.

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Kickstarter: Putting the Crowd in Crowdfunding – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aU1YIHGg-t8

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