Einstein’s own thoughts on knowledge can be based on his quote:
“Information is not knowledge. The only source of knowledge is experience.”
Not sure if I agree 100%, but experience leads to the vast majority of knowledge. In my own experience, I have found this to be true to a very high Continue reading
Part 8 of the series based on the 10 main principles of Albert Einstein. In this post I will discuss repetition and why it can be both good and bad. Good is great, but bad is something to beware of and so easy a trap to fall into.
Einstein had a philosophy around this and thought it as:
“Insanity – doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
Of course, this is based around the “bad” side of repetition and this should be avoided. Of course, it’s a very easy trap to get caught in and can lead to frustration and Continue reading
This is part one of a ten part series based on lessons that the great Albert Einstein lived his life by. This subject was discussed in a mentoring group I participate in and thought it good to share. I hope to show how you can take advantage of these lessons to help demonstrate the genius that you have inside you too.
Einstein didn’t consider himself a genius. He did, however, consider himself curious saying “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious”.
Do you follow your curiosity like Einstein did, or Continue reading
Think of it this way…
High ticket items are just the same as any other product out there, except for the price! They need the same things and basically the same thing:
- A warm and hungry market who are looking for the product
- A way to reach and communicate to that marketplace
- A solid and effective sales funnel
- A quality product
If you have a business website or blog, then one of the key things that you need to take into consideration is that you make sure you’re posting on purpose. Your posts and pages need to have a specific purpose in mind so that you can do one of three important things, to post for leads, post for sales or post to build your reputation and brand. Continue reading
As human beings one of the things we all seem to do is to assume that we know what people are thinking and what they actually want! If you work in the home business industry and rely on recruitment to build your business and income, this is somewhat of a problem that so many have. How many people do you know, not including yourself that is, who will say something like “I’ve not asked (so and so) whether they are interested because I don’t think they will be”? This is a common problem with us humans – we ASSUME things instead of ASKING! Continue reading
When you are working in your own business something we all need is time. When starting out we have so much to do and yet it seems very little time to do things. Question is are you prepared to sacrifice things to make time to do what you need to do so that you can have more time to enjoy your success later on? Sacrificing some leisure time NOW and using that time to work on your business will be the key to having a great future and more time to enjoy the fruits of your labour in the time to come. Continue reading
One of the top marketers in the home business world, Diane Hochman says “curiosity creates the click”, which is very true. If you can write a headline that has “peaked my curiosity”, you will be well on the way to getting the click to read your post, email or even get the opt in to your email list. The opt in, the reading of your content or getting the sales page viewed is the outcome of any headline. Continue reading