toddhmusic:

I need help deciding on album art for my free album coming soon titled 333rd revolution, which one should I use? #Free #music #tribute #soundtracks #album #art

I like the bottom one.

toddhmusic:

I need help deciding on album art for my free album coming soon titled 333rd revolution, which one should I use? #Free #music #tribute #soundtracks #album #art

I like the bottom one.

- Jay Abraham 

If you want more money you have to be perceived as different.

- Jay Abraham

If you want more money you have to be perceived as different.

"Marketing boils down to providing unique value.

Think of a 2 x 2 matrix. 

The vertical axis measures how your product differs from the competition. The horizontal axis measures the value of your product. 

Bottom right: valuable but not unique—you’ll have to compete on price. 

Top left: unique but not valuable—you’ll own a market that 
doesn’t exist. 

Bottom left: not unique and not value— you’re a bozo. 

Top right: unique and valuable—this is where you make margin, money, and history.” - Guy Kawasaki

————————————————————————————

This hokey chart I made illustrates the incredible money-making matrix from Guy Kawasaki quoted above. 

Which section does your product fit into: not unique not valuable, valuable not unique, unique not valuable, or valuable and unique? 

Figure out how to get into the top right and you’ll hear “cha-ching”!

"Marketing boils down to providing unique value.

Think of a 2 x 2 matrix.

The vertical axis measures how your product differs from the competition. The horizontal axis measures the value of your product.

Bottom right: valuable but not unique—you’ll have to compete on price.

Top left: unique but not valuable—you’ll own a market that
doesn’t exist.

Bottom left: not unique and not value— you’re a bozo.

Top right: unique and valuable—this is where you make margin, money, and history.” - Guy Kawasaki

————————————————————————————

This hokey chart I made illustrates the incredible money-making matrix from Guy Kawasaki quoted above.

Which section does your product fit into: not unique not valuable, valuable not unique, unique not valuable, or valuable and unique?

Figure out how to get into the top right and you’ll hear “cha-ching”!

If you slacked at your job, your company would say you’re stealing because they are paying you to work. 

YET they have no problem asking you to do things when they’re not paying you. Take phone calls, read employee manuals, fill out paperwork, stuff like that. 

They are stealing your most valuable asset - TIME! 

Luckily where I work now is not like that. But I’ve had plenty of jobs where this type of “extra-curricular” activity was expected. 

At the time, I didn’t value my time as much. So it was no big deal. But now I am literally busy every minute - or try to be. Every second I spend doing things I’m not paid for is a second I can’t spend doing something that helps me achieve my goals.

So what’s this rant all about….

If you don’t have the luxury of being a full time entrepreneur, then you probably have a J.O.B. 

Employers are notorious for asking you to do “just a little bit more” than you are paid to do. Thus taking up your time. 
But to be a success, you have to value your time. You have to put in time to achieve your goals. 

You should resist getting taken advantage of at work. Fight it. 

Try to make them understand that a job is simply a place you trade an agreed upon amount of time for an agreed upon amount of money. 

If you give more time, they give more money. It’s that simple.

If you slacked at your job, your company would say you’re stealing because they are paying you to work.

YET they have no problem asking you to do things when they’re not paying you. Take phone calls, read employee manuals, fill out paperwork, stuff like that.

They are stealing your most valuable asset - TIME!

Luckily where I work now is not like that. But I’ve had plenty of jobs where this type of “extra-curricular” activity was expected.

At the time, I didn’t value my time as much. So it was no big deal. But now I am literally busy every minute - or try to be. Every second I spend doing things I’m not paid for is a second I can’t spend doing something that helps me achieve my goals.

So what’s this rant all about….

If you don’t have the luxury of being a full time entrepreneur, then you probably have a J.O.B.

Employers are notorious for asking you to do “just a little bit more” than you are paid to do. Thus taking up your time.

But to be a success, you have to value your time. You have to put in time to achieve your goals.

You should resist getting taken advantage of at work. Fight it.

Try to make them understand that a job is simply a place you trade an agreed upon amount of time for an agreed upon amount of money.

If you give more time, they give more money. It’s that simple.