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(Infographic) The 10 Biggest Entrepreneurs Under 30

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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I am the the Founder of Addicted2Success.com and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances. I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 100 million lives in the last 6 and a half years.

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  1. Danny Nochumsohn

    Apr 7, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    Pity the list is a bit outdated – would love to see 2013 revenues on that list

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10 Powerful Habits Of The Super Successful (Infographic)

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Habits are the key cornerstones to uber success.

Habits are those little energy bolts of action that propel you closer to your goals. A majority of the super successful high achievers in the world credit the daily habits they implemented towards their success.

So what are the top success habits?

We decided to flip one of our articles: 10 Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful and turn it into an easy to read and visually appealing infographic.

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The Top 13 Most Expensive Homes In The World

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Antilia Home of the Ambani Family in India South Mumbai

From the Ambani’s in India to the Villa Leopolda in France, we share with you a nifty little infographic courtesy of DoMyOwnHomeLoan that covers the Top 13 most expensive homes in the world.

The Ambani’s come out on top with a home worth $1 Billion which Mukesh Ambani calls “Antilia”.

$1 Billion is just a drop in the ocean for Mukesh who has a networth of $22.6 Billion.

Checkout the 13 most expensive homes in the world right now below.

 

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Where In The World Are The Top Tech Billionaires From? (Infographic)

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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The tech world is full of many smart and successful entrepreneurs, and many among those ranks had reached billionaire status. And although it seems the majority of tech elite have made their way to Silicon Valley, many of these billionaires come from around the world.

The team at WhoIsHostingThis is taking a global look at a handful of tech billionaires, from China to India to Russia and beyond, in their latest infographic covering such billionaires as Azim Premji, Sergey Brin, Shiv Nadar and more.

 

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(Infographic) The Top 8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Digital Media Influencers

This infographic looks at the top digital media influencers under the age of 30 in the digital world right now.

These are young men and women who are dominating their industry, valued by a close knit community and who above all know their niche and their audience.

If you have ever thought about launching your own YouTube channel but felt like maybe there wasn’t much money to make or impact in it, well this following list of ambitious and interesting Video Bloggers and social media rockstars will prove you wrong.

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The Absolute No No’s Of Social Media: Break These And Everybody Tunes Out.

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Everyone talks about what to do on social media. No one talks about the things that don’t work. What not to do is where the recipe for success on social media lies.

I’ve spent the last 12 months getting more engagement on social media than ever so that I can spread more good in the world.

Here is my absolute list of no no’s for social media:

 

Too much self-promotion.

“Here’s a selfie with the Alibaba founder.”

“Here’s me at blah blah blah exhibition.”

“Here’s me taking a break after working so hard.”

This nonsense doesn’t work. It’s all about you and it comes across as self-promotion. I still want you to share photos of inspirational people you met. I still want you to talk about taking a break and the places you’ve visited. I still want you to share events you attend.

There’s a subtle difference though – share the lessons and value these experiences gave you rather than sharing your ego’s proximity to them.

“Make your social media posts about how you can help and add value rather than putting your name on everything and trying to sound important”

 

Tagging people without permission.

Ever seen one of those posts where there are twenty names at the bottom that are tagged?

Ever wondered why you’re tagged in someone’s post who you’ve never met?

This careless tagging occurs because the originator wants to reach more people. They think by tagging strangers with lots of followers, they’ll reach more people and get more attention for their ego.

“Tagging without permission is rude and doesn’t work”

I want you to tag people and reach more people. I want you to do it with respect. How?

Reach out and tell the person you’re going to tag them first and why the post is relevant to their audience. Don’t be lazy and tag them because they’ll do nothing and most likely unfollow you. Also, don’t overdo it. Aim to tag three people or so instead of twenty. Less is more.

 

Linking out.

If I only teach you one thing it’s this: Don’t link out.

In plain English, this means that you should avoid posting a link that takes people off the social media platform they are viewing your post on. For example, if you’re on Facebook, don’t put a link in your post that takes me to YouTube.

Always post natively.

In plain English again, post your content directly on the platform. Instead of linking to YouTube, upload the video to Facebook directly.

 

Scheduling doesn’t work as well. It’s all about live.

We’ve all used software like Buffer to schedule posts and make people think that we are content machines that write something new every 2.5 hours and then upload it at peak times of the day.

The algorithm that runs a lot of these social media platforms and decides who see’s your content has figured out the game. Live, original content that is unplanned will always get priority. Try doing things on the fly. Upload your content in real time. Better yet, create your content in real time.

 

Polished is getting old.

Joel Brown taught me this lesson. One day, he was getting ready to shoot a video in the park. He was going to get a haircut beforehand, so he looked good for the camera. Laziness took over and he decided to shoot the video on his iPhone, with messy bed hair.

This video got lots of engagement because he shot it in a moment of passion and it was unpolished.

We’ve all seen the polished YouTube videos with perfectly positioned product placement, special lighting and high definition cameras. All of this pre-preparation kills the idea and the creativity that is attached to it.

Try being raw.
Try being authentic.
Try keeping it simple.
Try to avoid the temptation of becoming a gear/technology junkie.

 

Be original (thoughts on resharing).

I get people I work with all the time saying “How do you get so many people to engage with your posts?” I then click their social media profiles and look at their own posts. Every one of them is a reshare of someone else’s content.

At least 70% of the posts you put up should be original. Just resharing someone else’s stuff is boring. Create original pieces. When you reshare, put some detail around why you liked the content and how it helped you. Make your resharing personal.

You can’t just regurgitate other people’s content and then expect to get noticed.

 

Don’t post the same piece on every social platform.

Every social platform has a different voice and different functionality. Creating one piece of content and then sharing it on every social platform doesn’t work.

For starters, focus your attention on one or two platforms. Go deep on a few social channels rather than going wide and posting on many.

 

The time of day.

Consider the time of day when you post but don’t be obsessed with it. Good content will get people sharing it regardless of when it’s posted. Great is great and the time of the day won’t change that.

With that said, early shares of your posts is important for gaining traction and getting the social platforms algorithm to let you be seen by more people. Consider avoiding times like Sunday nights when people are having family dinners and not on social media.

 

What you’re forgetting is what not to do.

So to wrap all this up, it’s what you don’t do on social media that will elevate your success to the next level. Breaking this list of no no’s will see the social media platforms you’re posting to limit your audience. Play by these rules, and you’ll have more engagement than you can poke a stick at it.

Use this engagement to do good in the world.

 

PS.

I don’t shoot videos of me driving in a Lamborghini or taking selfies with Oprah. I’m just a humble guy from Australia who’s living the dream, working hard and trying to inspire all of you to do big things, and use social media to elevate your message.

If you want to increase your productivity and learn some more valuable life hacks, then join my private mailing list on timdenning.net

Tim is best known as a long-time contributor on Addicted2Success. Tim's content has been shared hundreds of thousands of times and he has written multiple viral posts all around success, personal development, motivation, and entrepreneurship. During the day Tim works with the most iconic tech companies in the world, as an adviser, to assist them in expanding into Australia. By night, Tim coaches his students on the principles of personal development and the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. You can connect with Tim through his website www.timdenning.net or through his Facebook.

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  1. Danny Nochumsohn

    Apr 7, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    Pity the list is a bit outdated – would love to see 2013 revenues on that list

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10 Powerful Habits Of The Super Successful (Infographic)

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Powerful Habits Infographic Main

Habits are the key cornerstones to uber success.

Habits are those little energy bolts of action that propel you closer to your goals. A majority of the super successful high achievers in the world credit the daily habits they implemented towards their success.

So what are the top success habits?

We decided to flip one of our articles: 10 Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful and turn it into an easy to read and visually appealing infographic.

Please feel free to share this Infographic, just make sure that you credit the link back to Addicted2Success.com.

 

Powerful Habits for Success
 

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The Top 13 Most Expensive Homes In The World

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Antilia Home of the Ambani Family in India South Mumbai

From the Ambani’s in India to the Villa Leopolda in France, we share with you a nifty little infographic courtesy of DoMyOwnHomeLoan that covers the Top 13 most expensive homes in the world.

The Ambani’s come out on top with a home worth $1 Billion which Mukesh Ambani calls “Antilia”.

$1 Billion is just a drop in the ocean for Mukesh who has a networth of $22.6 Billion.

Checkout the 13 most expensive homes in the world right now below.

 

Continue Reading

Infographics

Where In The World Are The Top Tech Billionaires From? (Infographic)

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Top Tech Billionaires In The World Feature

The tech world is full of many smart and successful entrepreneurs, and many among those ranks had reached billionaire status. And although it seems the majority of tech elite have made their way to Silicon Valley, many of these billionaires come from around the world.

The team at WhoIsHostingThis is taking a global look at a handful of tech billionaires, from China to India to Russia and beyond, in their latest infographic covering such billionaires as Azim Premji, Sergey Brin, Shiv Nadar and more.

 

Continue Reading

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(Infographic) The Top 8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Digital Media Influencers

This infographic looks at the top digital media influencers under the age of 30 in the digital world right now.

These are young men and women who are dominating their industry, valued by a close knit community and who above all know their niche and their audience.

If you have ever thought about launching your own YouTube channel but felt like maybe there wasn’t much money to make or impact in it, well this following list of ambitious and interesting Video Bloggers and social media rockstars will prove you wrong.

8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30 Dominating The Digital World

Infographic Under 30 Digital Media Influencers

Infographic created by: OneProductions

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