Here is exactly what I sent to John Lee Dumas of EOFire for my application to be on his ultra-popular podcast.
I’m moving to Shenzhen, China to open MWI’s second Asia office there. Why Shenzhen and not Singapore or some other Asian market?
Hustlers get a lot done by working smarter and harder, and that means setting goals, making plans, and having systems to execute those plans and reach your goals. It also means managing time wisely so that it doesn’t slip away.
I have a goal to make myself completely unnecessary within my business. This is different than making myself useless or irrelevant.
It is, perhaps, a peculiarity of the age we live in that we get to choose between what’s good, what’s better, and what’s best. 600 years ago our ancestors didn’t enjoy such luxury.
It’s easy to be busy. It’s easy to look busy. It’s harder to deliver real value. That’s why people choose to look busy instead of getting stuff done.
How many have you read, and which are your favorites?
You know how once you start looking to buy a certain type of car you suddenly see that a lot of people just bought that same car? This is an illusion.
I would move to China in a heartbeat, except for this one thing.
I recently asked readers of this blog to tell me about the greatest challenge they face in their occupation. Here are a sampling of responses. Then I’ll tell you why I asked this question.