Automation techniques for your business and life

7 Ways To Think Like A System

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One of the most common questions I receive is, “How do you get everything done?”
Answer number one: I have great help.
Answer number two: I have automated a lot of the things I do.
And frankly, automation is the only way you’ll ever be able to create a business that sustains your lifestyle AND gives you a […]

Finding Simple Ways To Automate Your Life

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We live in a world filled with incredible technology, lots of quick fixes, and ways to do just about anything cheaper/faster/easier. Yet I’m sure if you start thinking about the mundane tasks you do over and over again, there are a few things that would pop up on your “I hate to do this” list. […]

Google Tools You Need To Run Your Office From Anywhere

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Having multiple email accounts can help you direct traffic in different ways. Gmail is the starting point for many tools in Google, so get started by signing up for your free Gmail account.
Google+ is the social media site sponsored by Google. It brings a little of the best of Facebook and Twitter, and creates a […]

10 Apps Perfect For The Small Virtual Business

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SketchBook Pro
Are you a doodler? Do you like to draw out your ideas as you think of them? Then you’ll love SketchBook Pro. It provides you with a complete set of sketching and painting tools that allow you to design directly with the iPad multi-touch interface. You’ll have high quality brushes and tools that allow […]

Are You Selling Your Business With A Story?

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I just finished a great book that had been recommended to me. It’s called A Whole New Mind by Daniel Pink.

According to Pink:

We’ve moved from an economy built on people’s backs to an economy built on people’s left brains to what is emerging today: an economy and society built more and more on people’s right […]

Book Review: Barack, Inc. Winning Business Lessons of the Obama Campaign

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I’m a fast reader, and try to read several different books every week. With non-fiction and business books, I usually just skim them to get the overall idea. Occasionally I find one I really enjoy, stop and start reading page for page. After hearing quite a bit about it, I picked up a new copy of Barack, Inc. Winning Business Lessons of the Obama Campaign by Barry Libert and Rick Faulk. And this is one of those books that is crammed with ideas and inspiration; one that I not only stopped to read fully, but have also read a couple of times in the past week. It’s an easy read, with only 146 pages. The authors have split the book up into four chapters: ·    Success You Can Believe In and Emulate ·    Be Cool ·    Be Social ·    Be the Change As you would expect from a book entitled Barack Inc, it is all about the campaign and how Barack utiltized various tools to go from a virtual unknown to the 44th President of the United States. But what you might not expect is the pearls of wisdom on how you can change your own business for the better.