Firstly, I don’t give a damn whether you work for someone or you are an entrepreneur. These skills I’m about to talk about are relevant to any career in anything. Period.
The right set of skills can make you indispensable. When you have the right set of skills you get to experience what I’ve been lucky enough to encounter:
– Choosing how much money you’ll earn
– Opportunities to work for a company and have a side business
– Being measured on outcomes rather than time at a desk
– Having mentors who crush it and inspire you
– Having the freedom to say no to pretty much anything
– Gaining respect from the people that matter
– Having decision makers ask for your advice
– Getting to inspire others
– Taking quality vacations
“That all sounds fine and dandy Mr. Tim. Geez, I want that so bad.”
Excellent! Keep nodding your head and focus on only these skills from now on:
Doing things for the greater benefit.
Many people take on work in their career to make themselves look good rather than for the benefit of the company or god forbid the customer (customer first remember?).
“The winning skill in a high performing career is to make the things you do at work be about more than just you and your own selfish agenda. People will uncover your hidden agenda and the ego that sits alongside it quicker than you think”
The challenge is they won’t tell you. The weapon I’ve used in my own career is to try and find ways to be bigger than just Tim Denning and his selfish desires.
Social, social, social.
I feel like a robot with the loop button pressed down. I keep saying this and I’m going to keep doing it. The one skill I have developed that has changed my career and gave me what I wanted is this:
###It’s social media.###
Becoming a thought leader in your field and using social media correctly will elevate you to levels of success you could only imagine. When I say using social media correctly what I mean is this:
– Quit posting about how good you are with captions like “Check out who I met today.”
– Be on one social media channel daily. I’d recommend LinkedIn.
– Post content that is different and uniquely you.
– Forget what people think.
– Become the expert in one thing and only one thing. Then, talk about it.
– Be creative and interesting.
Saying no to meetings.
Yes, this one’s a skill. The temptation to sit around a table, sip coffee and talk (and go off track) is hard to resist. It’s much easier than work.
Meetings are generally not productive and they are the biggest use of time in any business. Turn meeting requests into straightforward and open dialogue.
“I’ve found that most meetings happen between colleagues who don’t communicate openly, or worse yet, don’t trust each other”
When there’s trust, you can just get to the point and ask questions. When there’s no trust, you need hierarchical meetings and egos in a room.
The beauty of compassion.
Learn to see things from other people’s point of view. Your own lens is biased and probably full of cracks. Understanding a business challenge from multiple angles will bring you much closer to the end solution.
You’ll quickly gain respect in your career when you can learn to go beyond your own needs and feelings and transcend into the next level that is compassion for everyone you encounter.
Business is difficult and it can wear you down. Remember that whenever someone makes a mistake. You’ve been there too and don’t pretend you haven’t.
Admitting you’re wrong.
I famously tell people how I said no to coffee pods when given the opportunity to be in on the ground floor before companies like Nespresso came out and killed it with this product.
I thought coffee beans that required grounding were the only answer. I was wrong.
Admitting when you’re wrong is something senior leaders and entrepreneurs crave. None of us have a monopoly on information and we’re wrong more often than we think we are.
I meet many people in my career who guard the fact they were wrong with their life. They’ll never admit when they’re wrong – they flat out refuse.
These same people are always looking for new jobs and saying “The company is screwed” or something along those lines. Blaming the company is lame. Take a look at yourself once in a while.
The ability to make mistakes once in a while.
Notice I didn’t say “fail fast” or some cliché like that? The reason is that to have a high performing career, you can’t fail most of the time otherwise, well, you’re probably an incompetent moron.
Yes, we need to make mistakes but if most of what you do falls into that category, then you shouldn’t be proud of that.
Failure is only a badge of honor when it’s followed up by successful execution.
Being able to swing the axe.
This is an Aussie term. In simple terms, it means to be able to say yes or no. Too many times, you’ll meet people in business who can’t say yes or no. They stay on what they believe is safe, neutral ground in the middle.
They remain under attack from both the yes side and the no side which screws them even more.
Not needing to look good.
You can’t be amazing to all people. Some people will think you suck; some will think you are Superman or Superwoman; others will think you’ve lost your mind and have no clue about business. These buckets of opinions are mostly fixed.
Trying to look good to everyone, 100% of the time is exhausting. If you don’t have any critics, then you’re not making enough of an impact or trying hard enough.
Bringing data to the forefront.
I see people all the time in business making comments like “The customer wants X.”
My answer is always “How do you know that?”
The response is typically one of these:
“That’s what our competitors are doing and it’s working.”
“I asked Bob in X department and he said he saw customers three times wanting this.”
“We ran a paid focus group.”
Let me dispel some myths here. Someone who is high-performing in their career uses at least some data to back up their thinking and decisions. Your competitors are probably going on today’s market but that doesn’t mean they will be right tomorrow.
Bob in X department is probably biased and has his own agenda as to why he has formed an opinion about what customers need. And finally, paid focus groups tell you what you want to hear or whatever is the easiest answer.
Quality data must be part of your career if you want to solve problems no one else is solving. Opinions, small sample sizes and lazy research won’t help you or your company.
Presenting a straightforward argument.
Standing in front of an audience in your career and presenting an argument is something you’ll have to do if you want to be high-performing.
Being able to present that argument in simple terms is a challenge. Most of your audience won’t have the same level of context or knowledge on the matter at hand as you.
That’s why keeping it simple and focusing on the law of three will help you win. Rather than filling up slides with hundreds of points, focus on using three points/takeaways.
Make your argument compelling, clear, concise and to the point. Your audience will probably only remember 2-3 points so make sure the ones they do remember are your best.
A high-performing career needs a healthy dose of kindness. When someone wants you to mentor them or do them a favor, don’t always say no – show kindness. Kindness demonstrates an understanding of how the world functions.
We wouldn’t have Uber, Amazon, Google or Apple if someone didn’t show kindness. All of these companies faced into decision makers when they were early stage who had the power to determine their future. These decision makers had to take a chance and show kindness.
Demonstrating kindness is how you get some back in your own career.
“Be the change that you not only want to see in the world but the change you want to see in your career too”
Embracing less is more.
Okay, this one is a superpower in my eyes. When faced with multiple tasks or decisions, the high-performing individual will always choose less. They’ll choose impact and outcomes over volume.
Spreading yourself too thinly will ensure you achieve nothing. You may as well stay at home on the couch and watch Netflix & chill.
Most requests of your time should equal no.
This is a great rule that I’ve seen CEOs and entrepreneurs use a lot. Almost every request of their time is a no unless it aligns with one of their key priorities. Outsourcing equals focused results.
There’s always someone who is less disciplined who can waste their time instead of you using up yours.
Speaking in front of others.
I’m no guru and you surely must know this by now. I’m going to reiterate that communicating is crucial for a successful career. Being able to stand up in front of others, be confident, bold and deliver a message is how you out-perform and do the impossible.
Have an epic network.
Whenever I’m faced with a problem, I turn to an epic network to seek out different views to my own. It’s taken years to cultivate but it allows me to be one degree of separation to almost anyone I’d ever want to contact or do business with.
My own views are limited and what I’ve seen is only one-billionth of what actually exists. Your network is more valuable than your experience. Having the world’s best who have seen the challenge you are facing before is a brilliant weapon to have.
Three tips for an epic network:
– Give more than you receive
– Do what you say you’re going to do
– Be bold and seek out people for your network
– Be known as an expert in one thing
You can present only dry facts or statements, or you can use stories. Stories cause people to think and they allow the injection of emotion. Stories bring people closer to what you’re saying. The trouble is we can all tell stories to some degree and that’s not enough.
Stories within the context of your career must be:
– Demonstrate a point
Many stories have no point, take up too much time, are dry and don’t serve any real purpose. Get good at storytelling if you want to become influential in your career and ultimately high-performing.
A high-performing career is built on one fundamental idea: You must believe in yourself before anyone else will. All of us have L-Plates on. We’re all f*cking up every day and trying to have that dream career.
Your challenges are not unique.
So, with that said, the only differentiating factor is believing in yourself as a starting point. Everything else in your career can be cultivated from that seed of hope.
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Here Are 4 Reasons Why You Should Have a Podcast, Youtube Channel or Online Show
Confidence comes from a place of strong understanding of self. After close to three years on radio, I’ve grown from a shy introvert to a shy introvert with an extrovert persona. When the mic is turned on, I can channel a version of myself that some say is attractive, strong, and of course, confident but it wasn’t always this way.
What I want to share with you is what I discovered on this journey into broadcast that you can apply to your life, your ventures, and your personal development. This doesn’t require any fancy gear. It does require a leap of faith on your part because once you go down the road of media; it can change your life.
1. Perceived Expertise
When you go to a doctor, you expect their knowledge will guide them to a solution to your problems. When you have a show, you become your listeners’ doctor. For all the multiple thousands, maybe millions, of YouTube channels, podcasts, and user-created content in the world, each person that gets behind a mic takes a position on their passion, their opinions, and their themes.
They challenge the status quo for the benefit of their listeners in hopes to entertain and educate. With consistency on your side, those fans place you on a platform and give you permission to influence them.
2. Global Acknowledgement
One of the benefits to increasing confidence is when you receive thank you notes from people you may never meet. The feeling of enriching someone’s life from halfway around the globe, provides validation you’re enhancing someone else’s life with your wisdom and your wit.
The very first time I was told I was making a difference in someone’s life in a country other than my own, I felt like I caused massive impact that transcends my circle of influence. When you experience just how much you can cause impact and it comes back to you, it’ll change your worldview.
“Be grateful for what you have and stop complaining – it bores everybody else, does you no good, and doesn’t solve any problems.” – Zig Ziglar
3. Backed By Numbers
One of the most exciting ways to measure success is to quantify your growth. It’s not enough to just broadcast. Having subscribers and downloads helps to know, numerically, how well you’re doing. Word of caution. This can be a way to set yourself up for distress because of number envy but if you understand what the numbers mean; you can control the narrative of the numbers.
The major number that makes most people smile is 10,000. I’d advise it to be 1. Here’s why. As you grow in your industry, so does your reach. If you learned that the one person that subscribed totally changed for the better because of you, wouldn’t that be worth the effort?
4. Effective Communication
While it’s not talked about much, having a show is documentation. You create a dynamic account of your life, your industry, and the pulse on what’s important simply by having a show. When you find a channel to improve your communication skills, you demand attention and people will listen to you. You become more trusted as a leader and people will follow you once they believe you can lead them to their wants and needs.
“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” – Tony Robbins
These insights have helped many people become leaders and, ultimately, move others to their best selves. It’s worked for me and I hope it works for you. At the end of the day, it’s all about showing up and showing out.
Have you ever thought about having a radio show? If so, what would you talk about? Let us below!
5 Essential Skills to Drive Success in Every Niche
There are many people who don’t have the courage to launch a business in a niche as they think they don’t have the right skills and experience to obtain success. While there are specific skills which determine the success in every niche, there are also some general skills which ensure success in any business you would try.
Below are 5 essential skills you need to drive success in every aspect of your life:
When you launch a new business, you need to be prepared for difficult moments such as fighting the competition and winning your target audience. Moreover, if you follow some successful entrepreneurs, you should keep in mind that they also faced difficulties and continue to experience them. So, how does a successful entrepreneur get over all the difficulties?
The essential skill you need to possess is called ambition. Set small and clear milestones in your development plan and use your ambition to go over each difficulty and finalize what you had in your mind. It doesn’t matter how hard the path is going to be. Visualize your target and put in all the efforts to achieve it. Staying organized and scheduling each step to get things done are some of the techniques you can use to achieve success.
2. Listen to those around you
While listening to your instincts is necessary if you want to be a successful entrepreneur, this is not enough. As your business develops, you will have an entire team to manage and lead to success. Therefore, you cannot be a successful leader and have success in every niche unless you learn how to listen to the people around you.
You should listen to your employees and discover what they are expecting from you. This is the way to follow if you want to keep your team motivated and help them give the best of themselves.
On the other hand, you will need to listen to your customers to improve your products and services and provide excellent customer support. By listening carefully to the voice of your customers, you will be able to stand out of the competition and ensure their loyalty towards your brand.
“We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better.” – Jeff Bezos
When you decided to become an entrepreneur and build your own business, it means you are a courageous person. Courage will help you harness the power of creativity. Don’t be afraid to take risks if you feel a specific action will bring more success to your business.
Apart from doing intensive research on your ideas and developing the exact steps you are going to follow, you will need the courage to implement them. Not all the ideas will turn out to be successful.
Regardless, you will have something to learn from each success or mistake and this will help you move your business even further. When you have the courage to follow a path which is not very familiar to you, this is going to be the moment when you will widen your horizons and exceed your limits to achieve success.
4. Creativity and imagination
If you already implemented your idea and you see that it works, you most probably think that you don’t need to change anything to achieve more success. You need to keep in mind that customers’ preferences change and your competition is waiting for your mistakes to “steal” your clients.
Therefore, you need to use your creativity and imagination to improve your products and services to meet your customers’ expectations. What is more, creativity can also mean that you are open to talk to new people and use their experience to improve something in your business.
“Get closer than ever to your customers. So close that you tell them what they need well before they realize it themselves.” – Steve Jobs
5. Continuous learning
If you want to drive success in every niche you will need to show a willingness to learn. You need to stay updated with what happens in your niche and what your customers expect from you.
Education is not only something for school. It is a lifelong process, and you should be open to seek knowledge and improve your skills with every opportunity. An efficient trick is to stay close to people who are already successful in your industry, ask their opinions on various subjects and learn from their experience.
The above five essential skills will help you build a successful business in every niche. A true leader is ambitious, knows to listen to the people around him, and is always open to learning from others.
No matter the size of your business, you will need to be creative and use your imagination to improve your products and services. These skills will help any leader develop new skills, stand out of the crowd, and strengthen his position on the market.
What skill do you think is most important to be successful in life? Let us know below!
5 Key Investment Principles from Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett is a mentor for a lot of traders. Why shouldn’t he be? After all, his investing principles have earned him the title of the world’s greatest investor. His way of working is a little contradictory to many others in the arena of online trading. He doesn’t invest the way it’s depicted in the popular media. He is the kind of investor who likes buying and holding.
Buffett has taught us that once you buy a stock, hold it no matter what. Forget that there is a recession in the economy or it is at its boom. Whether it’s good times or bad, you’re supposed to hold onto the stock.
Buffett doesn’t just buy stocks for the sake of holding them. He buys them for a specific reason. When those reasons no longer exist, he sells the stocks. He not only looks for good prices but sound management and a competitive advantage. He shared his opinion that companies such as IBM, Sears, and GM are great but they cannot stay competitive for long. Therefore, these companies shouldn’t be a part of your portfolio.
Why not learn from the pro himself and invest the right way? Here are 5 key principles to begin with:
1. Invest In What You Know
Before investing in a stock, it is very important to understand what a company does and how it makes its money. Ever wondered why Buffett has always avoided investing in tech stocks? It’s because he does not completely understand their business model. He sticks to what he knows.
This also explains why he prefers investing in Berkshire’s stocks. It represents a diverse mix of stocks such as utilities, banking, and insurance and consumer products. All of these are businesses that Buffett understands very well. No wonder he has invested a significant amount of money here.
“Beware the investment activity that produces applause; the great moves are usually greeted by yawns.” – Warren Buffett
2. Before Buying a Stock, List the Criteria
It makes sense to buy stocks on the basis of criteria, right? After all, you’re ensuring that you don’t end up investing in something unfavorable. You could be searching for stocks in a certain industry with a set price to earnings ratio.
Buffett never makes the price of the stock the sole criteria of his buying decision. Sometimes, great companies end up taking a price dip because of the market situation. However, holding onto these stocks could still turn out to be favorable.
3. Be Aggressive During Tough Times
Generally, it’s not recommended to time the market. But if you’re a long-term investor, you’ll be fine no matter when you buy. This means that even during the tough economic times, you shouldn’t settle down. Keep on looking for opportunities. This is what Warren Buffett does because he knows that things will eventually turn around.
Buffett is known for capitalizing on opportunities during and after the great recession. Bank of America investment is one of the best examples of this. In his latest annual letter, Buffett said that “dark clouds will fill the sky almost after every decade. But it certainly will rain gold.” So don’t despair, keep on investing.
4. Don’t Worry About the Day to Day Market Movements
Along with other tips, Buffett also said that you must only buy a stock if you are comfortable holding on to it in case the stock market shuts down for a decade. Since you are holding onto the stocks for 10 or more years, there is no point in losing sleep over the minor swings.
Ignore the headlines about the trade wars, the government shutdown, and other chaotic news. Instead, you focus on learning the potential growth of your company over the course of time. The fact is, stock prices keep on changing, but it’s not significant if the company’s business still has a bright future.
“Only buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10 years.” – Warren Buffett
5. Buy Buffett’s Stocks
Buffett keeps everything simple when it comes to investing. If you don’t want to do the guesswork and research to figure out which stocks to buy, simply invest in the stocks Buffett already owns. But, make sure you understand the business. Buffett discloses his holdings publically each quarter. He has capital in companies such as Wells Fargo, Apple, and Bank of America. To keep things simple, you can buy the shares of Berkshire Hathaway itself.
Warren Buffett hasn’t been successful all by himself. He has a team of investors who help him do legal work and give him investment tips. He’s also a part of an advisor network because he understands that an investor needs all the help he can get. It’s amazing that a billionaire like him still listens to others.
Now that you know how to invest like Buffett, it’s time you prepare your investment strategy. These principles are not hard and fast criteria, they are simply a discipline strategy all investors should stick to. Along with these, you can use math, technical analysis, fundamental analysis, and even stock charts to make a decision. You may not end up a billionaire, but you will avoid losses and make more profits than your fellows.
Which one of the 5 key investment principles from above resonated with you most? Let us know below!
How to Build a Website That Outranks the Competition
Create a concrete presence within the niche you compete by employing an effective content strategy. Your strategy should:
- Establish expertise, authority and trust through the content you produce on and off site.
- Focus on the client. All of the content you produce should have the client in mind in order to maximize the value you’re offering.
- Implement an editorial calendar for the content your company will produce
Enhance your websites SEO with long-form evergreen content
Long-form content is in-depth pieces of content in which the length is arguably an average of 1200 words or more. When visitors read long-form content it increases the time they spend on your website. Google pays close attention to dwell time because it is a direct indication of how useful a website is to a user.
When we refer to evergreen content we refer to articles that provide value to readers for an indefinite amount of time. These types of articles contain fully developed ideas, in depth analysis or teach a specific skill. They come in a variety of forms but most notably are checklists, how-to guides, interviews, infographics or case studies. If written and optimized correctly, an evergreen post to a company blog will generate positive signals to search engines and contribute to a website’s performance.
Web pages with data-driven, resourceful content can encourage visitors to return to the site. When visitors find value in your content, they’ll share your pages and even feature your content on their own websites.
Returning visitors, longer and dwell time are signs of authority, expertise, and trust which are very important ranking signals that will push your site upwards in the search results. Evergreen content contributes to all of the criteria above.
By producing content that stays current for the foreseeable future, you are investing in the growth of your company. Websites with evergreen content attribute a large percentage of their organic traffic to older blog posts that continue to provide value to readers for an indefinite period. The average return on an evergreen post is 30% on traffic approximately three or four months after the post is published.
“Good content is not storytelling. It’s telling your story well.” – Ann Handley
Here are 11 effective ways to structure evergreen content:
1. Lists & Checklists
Creating a top numbered list is an easy way for people to digest content. The titles are instant hooks if the topic is relatable to the reader because a person immediately understands what they’re getting before reading the article such as “Top 10 Ways To Lose 10 Pounds In 30 Days.”
Including numbers in your titles tend to catch a reader’s eye. It also opens the door to optimize articles to show up in position zero. Google has favoured numbered lists in their featured snippets (position zero) in an effort to make searching for answers easier and more efficient.
Give your list a captivating title to amp up the excitement and get a higher click-through rate such as “Top 5 Reasons Companies Succeed At Marketing.”
2. Best of Lists & Product Reviews
“Best of lists” is a timeless form of evergreen content because it can be updated to remain current. For example, the list “Best SEO Tools and Software” can be updated annually and the post maintains the traffic that has been built up from returning visitors by keeping the same URL intact.
3. Ultimate Guides & “How To” Guides
Ultimate guides serve as evergreen content because they are comprehensive, instructional manuals that teach the reader something actionable. Whether your guide is geared towards beginners or readers with advanced knowledge of a topic, the manual should provide a reader with something they can walk away with and apply immediately.
An ultimate guide should provide step by step, detail oriented advice or instruction on a specific topic. “How To” guides are one of the most popular types of evergreen content because they teach people a skill or give them a way to solve a problem.
4. Expert Opinions or Round Up Articles
Grouping a number of experts together that express similar ideas on a topic can make for a powerfully convincing argument. Using quotes and facts from different sources doesn’t leave much room for rebuttal when you are proving a theory.
5. Statistics & Infographics
Collect a number of statistics that will shock and awe your audience and title it “10 high octane statistics about evergreen content.” Statistics can be listed in point form, but combining your stats into an infographic is an enjoyable way to get readers to digest a piece of content that is primarily facts and figures.
Creating content in this format encourages a large number of shares that can equate to backlinks. Facts, figures, and percentages are always what writers look for to include in their content so attribution will amount to more websites linking to your page.
“What you do after you create your content is what truly counts.” – Gary Vaynerchuk
6. Historical Articles
Writing about the history of a specific person, place or event can be a large-scale effort that readers find interesting. Create a timeline of events and take your reader on a journey of any major developments in chronological order. Historical articles have a particular fan base that enjoys reading about real historical events.
7. Q & A Interviews
Developing an in-depth interview on a person of interest is another option for creating long-form content. Quotes or dialogue can be used to progress through the material covered in a single article. Incorporating video is also a great way to promote user engagement. Include the transcript so search engines can read the entire dialogue for SEO purposes.
When a person is an expert in a specific niche, the interview becomes evergreen since there’s no need to update the content when it is all related to the expert opinion of one person of interest at the time of the interview. Whether their opinion changes over time or not, the interview itself is a standalone event.
8. Frequently Asked Questions
Sometimes quick-fire questions and answers are a great way to bring up the understanding of any given topic. Structure the content with each question being a progressive stepping-stone from the last.
Frequently asked questions can get a lot of interest if the questions are phrased in an easy to read manner considering there will be a lot of consecutive questions. Make the article more engaging by researching forums and come up with the most common objections and concerns people have regarding a specific topic.
9. Case Studies
Case studies demonstrate your expertise and build authority. This type of content provides readers with first-hand experiences, a story, and hands-on data. Case studies can prove a theory or illustrate how you found a solution to a problem. The best part of case studies is you have first hand data with all the evidence to back it up.
10. Optimize your content and drive up your click-through rates
Long-form, evergreen content will rise to the top of the search results for multiple keywords if it is optimized correctly. Load your article with LSI keywords throughout to enhance the key phrases for which you want people to find on your website.
You can also structure your article to be more likely to show up for position zero by incorporating the tags and list formats. Ask questions most likely to be asked by your potential viewers and tag them as titles.
Tag the answers as titles as well or use a list format if its more suitable and easier to read for the user. There is no guarantee Google will select your snippet for position zero but employing the criteria to be eligible for the featured snippet will at least make your page a candidate for selection.
11. Maximize your audience through high authority websites
Producing evergreen articles is not limited to posting on your website. Market your ideas to well-known blogs that publish related content. There are high authority sites that have a large readership to which you gain access to if they agree to publish your article. The referral traffic you receive from these sites is made up of excellent candidates for your business.
Being published on an authority site gives your company credibility and in most cases a backlink. Guest posting builds the authority of your website allowing you to push your way to the top of the search results. The accumulation of quality backlinks from reputable sites will boost your search visibility to another level and drive more prospects to your website.
Long-form, evergreen content is a strategy that is working across the board to increase traffic and conversions. Implement this marketing strategy to influence key metrics on your website that result in positive ranking signals for the search engines.
The expertise you demonstrate through on site and off site content will give readers the confidence to invest in your services. The investment in creating quality, lead-generating content contributes to the long term growth of traffic and new clients.
Have you thought about building a website to sell products or a blog? What’s the best advice you can give to someone who wants to build a competitive website? Let us know your thoughts below!
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