Find it hard to slow down and be still in our digital age? I certainly do!
As a digital entrepreneur and content marketer, my life is always on the go.
Perpetually plagued by digital distractions? Need a better way to succeed in your life’s work?
Consider the tenets of Deep Work, a new productivity strategy to help you to get more out of your professional life.
Robert Iger courtesy of the Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company (aka Disney) is the world’s largest entertainment conglomerate.
It generated a staggering US$69.570 billion in revenue in 2019.
Wish to make a livelihood out of your creative endeavours? Turn your art into business—or your business into art?
In this article, you will learn useful strategies that can turn your artistic or entrepreneurial dreams into reality. These are drawn from the book Real Artists Don’t Starve by bestselling author Jeff Goins.
Imagine living in your customer’s house. You dig into their wardrobe. You raid their fridge. You may even sleep on their beds.
And you do it all with their permission—of course! What you’ll observe as an ethnographic market researcher there could ignite your next big business idea.
Life as a content marketer can be numbing—especially when you don’t see any light at the end of the tunnel.
While the techniques aren’t rocket science, consistently churning out content does take something out of you.
Can a book written over 80 years ago (1937 to be precise) still be relevant today?
The answer is a definite “Yes!” At least when it comes to Napoleon Hill’s widely cited volume Think and Grow Rich.