POWER OF FREE! #1: Intelligent Content Marketing in the Connection Economy: Being Better Than Others

Charlie Munger says the key to success is to do one thing and do it really, really well. Now, it just so happens, that I’m really, really good at Hong Kong immigration. So I asked you, what are you really good at? The one thing that you can say, You’re better than everybody else?


If you answer that question, organize your tribe, you’re on your way. And here’s the big secret. You know what, if you get there before somebody else, or if somebody else there that’s not capable of doing it as well as you are, then go there and do it. And if you do it, and continue to do it, understand that every piece of every step that you take, to produce a web proposition for your business, every piece of content that you take, is one further step towards a point where you’re no longer able to be caught up. Because by the time you’ve done this, it’s too late.

So I offer you a surefire, guaranteed path to success, almost normally involved, completely free of charge. And once you make it here, what you do identify the one thing that you know better than anybody else, you go on the internet, and you start publishing to it, and keep on publishing and keep on publishing. He do it in a smart way. And the rest of these talks, I’ll teach you how to do it. During smartway. You will become the dominant operator in that nation and you have an opportunity to be rewarded by the natural dynamics of the marketplace for you having been generous.


Getting Started
Laying Down Your Platform
Getting Smart
The Evolution
Connections & Tribes
Generosity As Strategy
Being Better Than Others
Publishing is the Key to Success

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