The Shipit Journal–another valuable free resource from Seth Godin.
It’s an easy read. But don’t tell him you just read it.
Quote from the blog post: Here’s the thing: If all you do is read this on the screen, IT WON’T WORK.
This book feels like Seth is either looking over your shoulder or holding up a mirror for you to face yourself (and the book’s questions.)
One of my favorite pages asks three questions in the above word cloud.
Another favorite page:
What does failure look like?
List every outcome or event you’re anxious about
(Really? That’s it?)
Enjoy and forge ahead!
Nothing like a verbal kick in the rear to get us going sometimes.
And who better to deliver it than Gary Vaynerchuk?
Here are a few Gary Vee quotes to consider today:
- “…life shrinks and expands on the proportion of your willingness to take risks and try new things.”
- “Don’t be afraid to break things. Don’t be romantic. Don’t take the time to breathe. Don’t aim for perfect. And whatever you do, keep moving. Reread this a few times . . .”
- “Even if your ambitions are huge, start slow, start small, build gradually, build smart.”
- “Building and sustaining community is a never-ending part of doing business.”
- “Hear me now: you are better off being wrong ten times and being right three than you are if you try only three times and always get it right.”
- “You just have to make the choice to actually do it. I am so tired of excuses. Why not try something new? Be optimistic, exhibit patience, shut your mouth, and execute.”
- “Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read.”
- “What’s always in flux, especially in this noisy, mobile world, is how, when, and where the story gets told, and even who gets to tell all of it.”
“There’s no such thing as perfect.
Chasing ”Perfect” is the shortest road to not achieving it.”
As always, I hope this helps a few of you out there.
Yesterday’s post of side-hustlers’ tips nudged me toward digging further into Buzzfeed’s take on side hustling.
It led to this fun 2018 piece: 10 Things That Will Make Every Side-Hustler Say “True”.
NOTE: Just as interesting were the comments below this Uber-sponsored post.
To those visiting today,
here’s wishing you
a memorable [for all the right reasons] 2021.
I thought I’d explore a different outlet for their side hustler content.
Enter Buzzfeed’s 11 Ingenious Tips About Side-Hustling From Actual Side-Hustlers.
As always, the intro graphic gives some key points, but it’s well worth clicking over and picking up new notions and/or solid reminders of how you might approach your venture. Note: This is a 2017 post. It would be interesting to see if the advice still applies in late 2020. It seems to…
Hoping you benefit from sidehustlecurator.com!
In the meantime, keep plugging!
Note: Magnify the screen image to make it easier to view.
- Top 5 Ideas for Podcast Segments (from John Lee Dumas)
- 7 Tips For Side Hustlers Struggling To Deal With Rejection (from Forbes Magazine)
- 4 Ways to Stack Side Hustles and Earn More Money (from moneymanagement.org)
Yesterday, I posted a video reviewing a StartupNation post by Brooks Conkle.
The video promised a follow-up on Brooks’ $300 in 21 Ways post on his own website.
And here is that post, including his YouTube video version.
Side note: I had created a short video steering viewers to the post with a few highlights…and I saw how really non-helpful it was, compared to just directing you to the post-and-video, so I tossed it.
Bottom line lesson for me: Don’t waste visitors’ time.
Lesson 2: Good idea to curate/rethink my own work.
Hope you see progress today.