Steven Spielberg and Warren Buffett are inarguably at the top of their respective fields. As a film director, Spielberg redefined the genre and pioneered the New Hollywood era of film. Rather than the arts, Buffett made his fortune through strategic investments and his diversified holding company Berkshire Hathaway. The career paths of these men could not be more different, but their beginnings are surprisingly similar. Spielberg and Buffett showed great tenacity and creativity at the beginnings of their careers, and it's what set them on the right career path to become the titans they are today. If you want to know how to jumpstart your career, the stories of these two men provide ample inspiration.
If you have been thinking of going into business on your own or together with a partner then you most likely have conducted a thorough research of the market you want to approach and you have a clear picture of what you want to do. As John C. Maxwell so beautifully said it, anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a leader to chart the course. That being said, it is very important to make sure you first analyze the climate where your project will come into shape so that you can anticipate the course you will need to take in order to be successful.
Every big success starts with a small venture, one small achievement leads to another and then another. Local businessmen find it hard to produce content that can be distinguished easily as there is massive competition on the web. However, in order to accomplish greatness, a person has to make efforts, learn different skills and techniques, and apply them.
Creativity has been given this reverence of almost divine intervention, which makes it extremely intimidating. But, I'm here to tell you that it isn't as complicated as you think. Even those who feel like they are the least creative people in the world are more than capable at being creative.First off, creativity isn't only art (drawing, painting, writing, music, etc.) Creativity is needed for business, organization, and a myriad of other areas. At its core, creativity is based in logic, and learning how to transfer logic.
One of the questions people ask me quite often is, “How do you make money?” And the answer to that question is very simple, I’m a writer. A freelance writer.
What do you get if you take a great music track, an ambitious music video, no budget and no crew? Well on paper you should end up with an unwatchable mess, shoddy camera work, and a video that no one wants to watch...
The more I tried to break my bad habit of being chronically late, the more the process reminded me of quitting smoking. Then I realized, that's the because the process is the same. If I could quit smoking, then certainly I can figure out how to stop my endless cycle of always being late. This blog will help you do the same.
It's 2018. YouTube has had a massive inflation of content creators. You see all these YouTubers going on vacations and enjoying a life of freedom and adventure. You want to be a part of that but have no idea where to start. That's fantastic. You recognize where you are and where you want to be. What steps do you have to take to get there? What tips do you need to get some success? Those are the real questions that you need to answer before you go all in on a YouTube channel. I personally have been doing research on this as I want to become a YouTuber myself. In this article, I'm going to share with you some tips I have learned from studying YouTube channels and listening to creators tell me what they went through to get to where they are now. I'll start with three big things that have helped me prepare to be in the trenches with YouTube.
Every year, college students in the U.S. spend 60 billion dollars, making them a sizable consumer demographic. About 33 billion of this is spent on the back-to-school necessities students usually get before they go to college, but the remaining 27 billion is spent on the food, bars, movie theaters, clothes, etc. in whatever communities they go to school in. (Research by eCampus.com)
Everyone always asks me how I do it. I always say that I don't know. I thought about it, and here are ten things that I do to be the actress that I am.
If you've wanted to start a YouTube channel or maybe you have one but are wondering how to improve when all you have is a phone, a charger, and a pair of earphones, then you'll want to read on. I have a YouTube channel and I'm going to share with you how I did it.
You may have preconceived thoughts about salesmen. Your ideas were probably taught to you by an adult figurehead. They would say things like, “Those people really don’t care about you. They just want to make a sale!” And yes, that is partially correct. I do want to make a sale, but I also want to make sure my customer is taken care of. I’m not in this game strictly for myself. I enjoy putting a smile on a customer’s face or helping someone get their bill lowered. I know I like my bill to be less. I assume you do as well. Why not share in that?