Sorry, but you can’t know everything

Sorry, but you can’t know everything

How many times have you come across someone, or is it you, who knows a little about a lot of things so they think they can do everything. I have. hint: it’s me. So what have learned after years of screwing things up or not getting the results I wanted is that: You have to know what you don’t know Once you know that you don’t know work out what to ask so you do know That second part is actually the hard part. If you don’t know what to ask you will never get get the answers you need. Ever been in a job interview and been asked to rattle off what you know on a subject and when you don’t know everything on the spot you are deemed as “not knowing”? Well what if you could be asked about just about anything and within 30 seconds you have checked on Google and because you KNOW WHAT TO ASK you have a better answer than trying to grasp vaguely remembered fact from the recesses of you brain? you would be a rockstar. Well that is the lesson to learn. What are the questions to ask when you need to know more. A little knowledge can take you a long way if you know what to ask next to get that little...
5 Must Read Business Books for 2017

5 Must Read Business Books for 2017

Yes, I know, yet another list of business books that you need to read in 2017. There is a difference here though, I promise. These business books are things that have specifically helped me as a small business owner better understand myself and my audience. So I tell people I read a LOT, but in actual fact I listen a lot. I spend so much time in my car driving that I have taken to listening to business books whilst I drive, or not drive, depending on the traffic. So here are my top 5¬†business books for 2017, that just so happen to come in audio version also. The List The Revenge of Analog by David Sax Now I didn’t agree with everything David had to say, especially about the need for computers in education, but overall it was a fascinating look into “old being brand new”. Think vinyl records and cameras using film. The next generation are fascinated with aesthetic of days gone by and so are embracing it. It will be interesting to see if the trends highlighted in this book stay the course though. Ready, Fire, Aim: Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat by Michael Masterson If you ever needed a blueprint for getting a business off the ground and every step after that then this is the book for you. Rather than vague examples of what could be achieved this book actually gives you a plan to execute. Just make sure you take notes and work through the tasks. Be Obsessed or Be Average by Grant Cardone¬† Grant Cardone can be a bit...
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