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A Complete Guide To Building A Digital Brand

Lesson 2021 - A Complete Guide To Building A Digital Brand

Introduction

You’ve heard of the Bronze Age, of the Middle Ages, and likely, the Nuclear Age. The age that we are in now is known as the Information Age and has been since the early 1970s. However, it is also true that this particular era can be known as the Digital Age. 

Everywhere we go, everything we do, we are bombarded with digital, digital, digital. The Digital Age pervades all aspects of our life, to the point where brands can be built solely online. 

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Lesson 2020 - The Power of Efficient Action

You’re a busy person.

Every day, you have a long to-do list, and you get most of the things done. Yet, you’re not getting the results you want. You ask yourself, “What’s going on?”

Wallace Wattles addresses this in The Science of Getting Rich. Throughout the book, Wattles speaks about doing things in a certain way. Doing things in a certain way works in getting rich or reaching other goals.

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Lesson 2020 - One Simple Idea Turned Into Multi-Millions

It was Napoleon Hill who said: “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.”

However, when most people experience adversity, failure or heartache, they typically do not feel excitement for the equal or greater benefit. Paradigms get in the way.

Lesson 2019 - How To Get Out Of Debt – The Complete Guide

Lesson 2019 - How To Get Out Of Debt – The Complete Guide

Are you sick and tired of credit card bills? Are you ready to discover how to get out of debt once and for all?

If you want a permanent debt solution, then I have shocking news for you: debt is not a financial problem. Hard to believe, but true.

Debt is actually a personal problem masquerading in financial clothing to deceive you. 

Lesson 2019 - How to get beyond the dream and actually become Wealthy!

Lesson 2019 - How to get beyond the dream and actually become Wealthy!

Let’s begin with a riddle…

Three birds are sitting on the limb of a tree, and two birds decide to fly away. How many birds remain? If you answered “one,” then guess again.

All three birds remain on the branch because deciding to fly away and actually doing what it takes are two different things.

Lesson 2019 - Think & Grow Rich changed my life

Lesson 2019 - Think & Grow Rich changed my life

Was Napoleon Hill’s a fraud?

When I first started Eventual Millionaire, I lived in a small town in the middle of the Maine woods. No one around me had any interest in business, so I turned my attention to books, blogs, and eventually podcasts.

One of the first books I read was Think and Grow Rich, a 1937 book by Napoleon Hill. In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill teaches what called the thirteen steps to riches.

Building your GO TO MARKET Strategy

Building your GO TO MARKET Strategy

When you introduce a product or service to a new market, there’s always going to be some risk. Over 30,000 new products are introduced every year, but 95% of new products fail. You don’t want to spend time and resources on a go to market plan that’s going to fall flat.

A comprehensive go to market strategy acts as a roadmap, helping you research your market, position your brand, and unveil your new product or service.

Lesson 2019 - What next after You Finished Your Brand Logo

Lesson 2019 - What next after You Finished Your Brand Logo

It’s finally done: your first (or updated!) brand logo. It may have taken you and a designer many weeks or months to get to the point of final delivery, but now that your logo is finished, how can you put it to good use? 

It may be a little overwhelming at first to have a newly designed logo, but the good news is that you have many places to include it.

Lesson 2019 - 5 Traits You Need to Start Your Own Small Business

Lesson 2019 - 5 Traits You Need to Start Your Own Small Business

Small business ownership has its perks — you get to be your own boss and set your own work schedule. But it’s not for everybody. There’s a reason many businesses don’t make it past the five-year mark.

According to the Small Business Administration, about two-thirds of businesses with employees survive longer than two years while only half make it at least five years. 

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