Five seconds ago they touted how they were the best free job service out there, and now they’re basically admitting that without spending money you won’t get any results. Following this logic then, they’ve then just admitted they over-inflated the outcome of one service, so why should we believe what they’re claiming about another?
Sometimes the results were cool, other times not. It was an intriguing process nonetheless, as it forced me to rely on intuition and careful planning rather than trial by error. There was a central theme there: we can limit ourselves by “checking” frequently.
Many business folks plan conservatively – myself included – thinking that it’s better to be realistic than over-plan and under-deliver. The Strategic Coach Inc. founder Dan Sullivan disagrees. “Some entrepreneurs still think that 10x is too daunting or overwhelming to think about,” says Sullivan. “For those people, even growth by 2x may seem like a […]
I’d opted a few years ago for a creative title, and Dreaming In Abstract was born. I got a lot of thoughts out and some great feedback along the way, but I’d like to take that concept a step further.