“Find Out How Physics and Newton’s Law Can Actually Make You a Much Better Marketer…”

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What makes up a good entrepreneur?

Actually I think what makes up a good entrepreneur is what I like to call the puppy effect.

Have you ever watched a puppy?

If you have then you know that everything that comes into the puppy’s world becomes something that he needs to investigate. A ball rolls in front of him and it becomes, “hey what’s that…it’s rolling…how does that happen?..can I make it roll?”

It’s a natural state of curiosity.

You can become curious like the puppy.

I don’t mean you will start chasing balls and wondering what it is…far from that.

But what you can do is to suspend your judgement on new ideas and new ways of doing things in your business.

And one of the best ways you can start doing that is to start by learning from others who have done what you want to do and left little breadcrumbs for you to follow.

I’ve put together 3  videos for you that covers being an entrepreneur.

It took me a little while to sort through the other video’s and pick out these 3 that I thought would be useful to you.

Steven Johnson on where good ideas come from

Have ever you wondered where good Ideas come from? Do they come from sort of eureka moment? Steve Johnson doesn’t think so and shows you how history actually backs this up.

Cameron Herold: Let’s raise our kids to be entrepreneurs.

What cameron is talking about here is something I agree with 100%. Why don’t parents raise their kids to become entrepreneurs? In doing so you would be giving your children a much better chance at being successful in life.

Dan Cobley: What Physics Taught Me About Marketing

Who would have thought that back in high school physics class that while you might have thought about how will this stuff be useful later in your life, as it tuns out it can help you with marketing. Find out how newtons law can be used in your marketing.  And as you might already know, I’m not a big fan of using surveys because what people will say on your survey and what they will actually do in real life are two different things. You’ll see how physics can help explain why they do that.

What did you think of the video’s?

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