Author: Adam

5 Daily Routine Changes to be a More Productive Entrepreneur

Facebook Twitter Google+ Buffer I’ve learned that relationships are important in all aspects of life. There are many reasons why relationships matter but I speak to 3 which are applicable to anyone. Some people may be introverts and if you’re an entrepreneur you might have that tendency to try and manage things behind the computer if possible. Let’s face it, it’s easier when you don’t have to put yourself “out there”. Can you develop a relationship online, yes. However, I will confidently say, there is no better way to build good relationships than in person. It’s a very different...

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3 Young Bright Minds Changing The World

Facebook Twitter Google+ Buffer We are faced with many challenges today and one of our greatest untapped and infinite resources on Earth is the human brain. As Will and Ariel Durant say at the conclusion of Lessons of History, the only sustainable revolution is in the minds of people. It’s an absolute disgrace that an estimated 5 billion people on this planet live in poverty today. Over 80% of the world’s population live on less than $10 per day and over 50% live on less than $2.50 per day! Human beings are born curious and despite challenges with our...

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Start Defining Your Target Audience With These 10 Questions

Facebook Twitter Google+ Buffer The very first step in any communication or marketing strategy is defining your target audience so you can tailor your message or pitch appropriately. For businesses, this is usually your typical potential buyers of a product or service. For a nonprofit, it could be potential clients for a program, volunteers for an initiative, advocates to spread a message, or donors to support a cause. One of the biggest mistakes that budding personal branders make is trying to appeal to everyone. Think about the game of darts: You have to aim in order to hit the board. If you don’t have a dart...

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The Ultimate Bootstrapping Toolkit For Entrepreneurs

Over 10 years ago, the founder of Change Creator, Adam Force, started his first business on a budget. When you start your first business you usually don’t want to spend thousands of dollars on tools and contractors because there is a level of uncertainty in your mind and there should be. You always want to validate an idea on a small budget. To operate lean you don’t just need to save money on the tools you leverage to operate your business. You need to develop some basic skills to manage and implement key processes yourself. This save you money,...

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