This is a great GTD Summary (Getting Things Done) at a TEDx talk, and it’s given by David Allen, who developed this terrific time management system.
It’s classic David Allen.
He says that when we are in crisis we are really focused and often have the ability to make quick decisions. However, we are under stress.
The best outcome for Getting Things Done, as far as David Allen is concerned, is being just as decisive all the time – and without any of the stress.
This is the best IM podcast I have found. It’s from Amy Porterfield.
I am an avid listener to podcasts. I subscribe to them using the Downcast app on my smart phone, and then listen to them either via a Bluetooth speaker when cooking, etc, or plug them into the car stereo.
I’ve tried all the Internet marketing podcasts I can find, but there’s only one I like: Amy Porterfield’s.
So I’m left with podcasts on news and current affairs, stock market and shares, comedy – and Amy’s.
Roberts Cialdini published the book “Influence” in 1984, showing how it was possible to improve your copywriting to powerfully influence your readers. Or influence anyone else – such as colleagues and your children.
Specifically, Cialdini dug into his 35 years’ experience and collected tons of scientific research to identify the six key principles which influence people.
These six key principles should be burned into the brain of every potential marketer.
The truth is, the sooner you master sales funnels, the sooner you are likely to be successful in Internet marketing.
A simple sales funnel usually sets out to give a free front-end product with an upsell to the paid product. (“Front-end” just means the first thing the customer gets hold of.)
There is no reason why you can’t create both of these products yourself without massive effort.