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What would you think is the most important part of creating a successful blockbuster movie in Hollywood?

Getting the hottest actors?

Writing a fantastic script?

Using special effects?
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Subscriber Tom writes in to ask:

What’s the easiest way to make my emails more interesting and improve readership? I get the feeling a lot of my subscribers get bored reading them.

It’s a common problem too. A lot of the emails I read are as dull as country music. Read More
Let’s talk about convincing people to believe you.

The best strategy to achieve this is to use a method created by the legendary direct mail copywriter, Eugene Schwartz.

Schwartz is widely renowned as one of the best copywriters of all time. Read More
I’ve got a question for you today?

What’s the one thing every online business needs to quickly build a large targeted list?

The answer is a lead magnet that works. Read More
Let’s rap about Donald Trump today…

Whilst I’m not American and can’t vote him, I have to admit I admire the man. A lot of people say he inherited his wealth… but that is nonsense. Trump was broke in the early nineties and lost everything. Read More
Ever wondered what dating and business have in common?

Well, truth is there are many parallels between the two. But what stands out most to me is the futility of chasing people to become customers (or a boyfriend/girlfriend). This is especially true when you’re continually begging people to give Read More
McDonalds showed they were paying attention in 2015.

This was the year they introduced the “Create Your Taste” option where you could build your own burger (at least it was in Australia). Read More
The other day I saw a video on YouTube that I found fascinating.

Long story short, 13 dominos were lined up with each domino being approx. 1.5 times larger than the previous domino. Read More
In 1962 poor old Joe Girard was in dire straits.

At the time he was building and selling homes for a living. And he had just signed a contract to build a number of private homes in a Detroit subdivision based on the advice of a real estate speculator who told him the area was to have a sewer sys Read More
Steve Jobs had only been at Reed College for six months when he dropped a bombshell on his adoptive parents.

He quit... despite them saving money for years, just so he could attend.

This was his take on it: Read More

Give millennials a reason to stay - The benefits that can help you retain young talent

Job-changing is fast and furious in the early years of millennials’ careers: Young adults born in the early ‘80s …
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Tim Jahn Gives an Intimate Look at Entrepreneurship

What's better than gaining top entrepreneurial advice for yourself and your own personal ventures? How about … More
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