Buy Jeff Walker’s New Launch Book and Get These FREE Bonuses

You may have heard me talk about marketing guru Jeff Walker. Forbes magazine called him the 400 million dollar man.

Launch by Jeff Walker

This is a real, physical book, not an ebook.

Just last year, I bought his online course called The Product Launch Formula. I paid $2,000. (I know, it’s a lot.) But it was worth every penny. I recouped my investment in the first ten minutes of my first launch. It revolutionized the way I do marketing.

The 4 Revolutionary Leadership Tactics of Paul Revere

This is a guest post by Joel J. Miller. Formerly a vice president at Thomas Nelson, he is the author of the fascinating Independence-era biography, The Revolutionary Paul Revere. You can find him on Twitter or his blog.

When we think of leaders from America’s revolutionary era, our minds jump to military commanders like George Washington, political organizers like Samuel Adams, and rousing orators like Patrick Henry. In the hierarchy of the Revolution, these men stand atop the loftiest rungs. For good reason.

The Revolutionary Paul Revere

These men accomplished amazing feats against incredible odds. But they could not have done it alone. Like executives in a successful company, they required the service and sacrifice of others to achieve their goals. They required effective lieutenants—people like Paul Revere.

My new podcast debuts on July 9, 2014. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come. This may be the biggest news of all. It’s all about batch release. To my knowledge this has not yet been done in the world of podcasting.

Stay tuned for one more quick video like this one. In case you missed it, here’s Sneak Peek #1 and Sneak Peak #2.

The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make With Executive Assistants

I’ve worked with several executive assistants over the years, and I have found it is a make-or-break relationship when it comes to my success.

How not to blow it with your executive assistant

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Think about it: None of us can do it all on our own. We need to bring others into our work to help us succeed in it. And the bigger the dream, the more help we usually need.

The Myth of Fun, Fast, and Easy (and Why It Keeps You from Getting the Results You Want)

Starting things is simple. It’s progress that’s hard. Nothing makes that truth come alive like looking back on your week and seeing what didn’t get finished.

The Myth of Fun, Fast, and Easy

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When we begin a project there’s all kinds of enthusiasm. We’re energized by that surge of excitement that comes from novelty and our own creativity. But that surge is like starter fluid; it’s not the fuel that will see us through the journey.

#100: The Next 100 Episodes and How I Plan to Change Things Up [Podcast]

Today marks a major milestone: 100 podcast episodes. I admit that, when I started this podcast back in February 2012, I never thought I would get here.

Road sign for speed limit

So far, it’s been really successful (5.5 million downloads, consistently ranked in iTunes Top 10 for Business), and everything seems to be working really well. So, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?

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How to Blog if You Don’t Have Time

If you want your message to reach the maximum number of people, a blog is hands down the best means I know. But who’s got time?

How to Blog if You Don't Have Time

It doesn’t matter if I’m speaking with someone just starting to blog or someone who’s been building their platform for a few years, the No. 1 struggle people face is finding enough time in the day to do it. Maybe you can identify.