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“I’m getting sick of all the negative news on Facebook.” Has a friend said this to you? Have you heard more and more of this? Are YOU tired of feeling like the information scrolling down your Facebook feed isn’t what you care about? You can build a simple alternative. Show More Summary
When you make your own game in life and business, there’s a tight pairing between an opportunity and a problem and it has one word: freedom. When you can do anything, sometimes you lock up and do nothing. Or nothing useful. What should you do when you feel stuck? That Stuck Feeling When faced with […] The post When You Feel Stuck appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Staples. All opinions are mine. They just paid me to give YOU my opinions. It’s a win! This survey by Staples came out just as small business owners are getting back to business in 2017. In it, Staples...Show More Summary
Now, more than ever before, it’s important that we develop and nurture a platform where we can be heard. At the very same time that these tools become easier and easier to use, the world is more noisy. Add to this the fact that I believe we often forget a very important detail, and that […] The post The Town Square and the Marketplace appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
I just restarted my use of Trello. I’d fallen off the wagon. I’m about to restart my gym work. I’d fallen off the wagon. It doesn’t matter. Start. Start again. Get back on it. Do the work. If you fall off, don’t pick on yourself. Just get back on. Whiners talk about what went wrong. […] The post Get Back On It appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
“I don’t know what to write!” “When I write, it comes out wrong.” “I get jammed up and stuck for ideas.” Does this sound like you? I started blogging back in 1998, when they called it journaling. I was terrible at it. Most of my posts were about my own opinion on things. There was […] The post Why Is It So Hard to Make Content? appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
At the start of the year, I saw a quote by James Clear that really stuck with me. He said if you want more success, work on your habits, not your goals. It’s a really solid piece of leadership advice. Work on Habits, Not Goals Let’s say your goal is to have 10 active clients […] The post Work on Habits, Not Goals appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
Leadership at all levels knows the story: there’s more to do, fewer people around, and everything is moving faster. In the absence of step-by-step leadership, and with the velocity of change in business, it’s important that we educate everyone in the organization to a new kind of personal leadership. Show More Summary
I’m working on my next book, Make Your Own Game. The first major premise of the book is that business and life are a game. Sure, there are serious parts to both, but if you’re working on improving your levels of success, maybe learning how think like we do in games will be the missing […] The post Business and Life are a Game appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
“Influencer marketing” isn’t new. It has been around for at least a decade in its latest form, which is “Hey, let’s get bloggers to talk about our stuff!” Lots of companies wonder if it’s the right move for their product. Let’s talk about that. Show More Summary
Here’s everyone right now: I’ve got a lot to do. New year, new me. I’m going to do this and that and this and… It doesn’t work. You end up running in a lot of circles, or at best, you hit a lot of smaller goals, but nothing that really moves the needle. Right? Let’s […] The post 1000 Targets, One Arrow appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
People always want to know what “successful” people do in their mornings. You can google “morning rituals” and you’ll see tons of really thoughtful and well-considered information. It will also be sterilized and made to make it seem as if the person in question is a saint. Show More Summary
The biggest change in business over the last fifteen years is our ability (in most countries) to create and launch our own business without anyone’s permission. We have also been granted (via the Internet) the tools to reach our prospective buyers without anyone else’s help. Show More Summary
We have a huge year ahead of us! How will you and I accomplish all that we want to achieve? Let’s pick three words to guide you to success in 2017! Choose Three Words for Your Success in 2017! Pick any three words that you can use to guide you forward to success in the […] The post My 3 Words for 2017 appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
2017 will be a year filled with content. You can get it here, also at Owner Media, always via my newsletter, and a few new places coming shortly. I just wanted you to know. Continue Reading The post The Big Ramp Up appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
What’s the best diet? The one you’ll follow. What’s the best exercise program? The one that gets you the results that YOU want. What’s the best business strategy? The one you’ll actually implement to get where you want to go. I was wishing a happy birthday to Scott Sigler, and realized that he’s a great […] The post Any Path Gets You There appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
Too many of us are chewing up hours each day in an effort to “stay informed” and “keep up” but also to waste time in between other tasks. It’s time to go on a diet. A media diet. How to Start Your Media Diet Look at the blogs and newsletters you currently receive. You already […] The post Go On a Media Diet appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
I’m writing a new book called Make Your Own Game. This book solves the challenge of “how do I get more successful at life and business?” I thought I’d share a little behind-the-scenes of how I do it. I Start With “Why Bother With a Book?” It took a while to write this new book, […] The post Working on my New Book appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
Imagine you need to swap out the dishwasher in your kitchen (the device, not a person). If you didn’t want to do the job yourself, you’d call a plumber, or go look for one online. Now, imagine the plumber spends her or his time telling you about their credentials, about why they charge what they […] The post Is Your Site About You Or Them? appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
I’ve come to realize that one big challenge we have is that we have to tell the world how we help them, and we have to do it often. Only, we have to do it in a way that makes it about our buyers and not us. If you’re like me, you quite often have […] The post Sing the Hell Out of Your Song appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.