Guinness World Records as The Worlds Smallest Stop Motion Film
When Nanophysicists decide that they need to have a little fun, they end up bringing together scientists who move atoms by using their scanning tunneling microscope and make a movie which goes into the Guinness World Records as the Worlds Smallest Stop Motion Film.
Straight from IBM Research:
The Pilot, brings you a world without language barriers @waverlylabsinc
I love brands and technology products. Obviously, I am a big fan of wearable technology too.
But at the same time, I don’t enjoy if it takes out the “human connect and feel” from the experience. For eg. there is an innate joy in learning languages. Even if they are merely few key phrases from a different language, I enjoy speaking and or using those key phrases. It somehow creates an immediate connect.
When you learn someone’s local or native language and communicate, they are always joyous. I guess, it’s the effort that someone puts towards being a part of their culture, tradition, experience and of course, their native language too that helps in creating a mutual comfort.
Last year, I had joined French classes to formally learn the same and even though I ended up missing 65% of the sessions due to my rigid travel schedule, I still can start a conversation with someone in basic French and converse may be for few minutes or so. I do try to visit https://www.memrise.com/ and update and or upgrade my language learning skills from time to time too. In fact, my passion for learning languages has always been that way. Which is why, few years ago, I even got together with few of my peers, friends and colleagues to start a free language learning site where we shared few quick and key phrases that we had learned from different places and from meeting new people across countries, cities during our travel etc and posted them as a blog post, here is the link to that site: Learning Languages
Well, then why am I discussing this all of a sudden now?
Because, I happened to come across this lovely, wearable technology video and site that is beautiful with an ergonomic design and it assists people in communicating with each other by breaking down the language barrier.
Most importantly, it helps you avoid the awkwardness and dead air as you browse through the language translator book or app instead of looking at the person with whom you are actually conversing. Why? Because, all you need to do apparently is look at them and speak in your own language and “The Pilot” translates it via their earpiece into the language they are comfortable conversing in. Wow!
This wearable tech is called, “The Pilot” from Waverly Labs Inc.
It combines “wearable technology with machine translation” and is said to be the “world’s first smart earpiece” which translates between users speaking different languages.
A world without Language barriers https://twitter.com/waverlylabsinc
It comes with an additional earpiece for wireless streaming music and an accompanying app, which toggles between languages.
About Waverly Labs: An innovative consumer electronics company created in 2014.
Check out their awesome video here:
I know, with technology, there is always a part of the human connect missing, I agree.
But think about it this way, you can take your time out to learn new languages and have beautiful conversations with people across the globe, but when you are in a hurry and are visiting a foreign land for a brief period, a device as this one, could break down so many barriers as it brings you face to face communication with someone in a language that they are comfortable interacting and engaging into conversation with.
Do share your thoughts about this cool product, would love to hear from you.
Meanwhile, if you too, like me, enjoy sharing few quick and interesting phrases from various languages and would like to share a blog post on a language that you love speaking or communicating in, do feel free to drop a comment and you too can post a Guest Post here the link to Learning Languages (It’s a free site on a free domain purely created for the fun of learning something new, especially for those who travel across countries and are always on the go!)
- First ever Movie trailer made by Artificial Intelligence using IBM Watson #WhatIsMorgan @MorganMovie
- Using Automated tools,embracing Big Data for higher quality life and rich business solutions
First ever Movie trailer made by Artificial Intelligence using IBM Watson #WhatIsMorgan @MorganMovie
First ever Movie trailer made by Artificial Intelligence using IBM Watson #WhatIsMorgan
Can Artificial intelligence help computers create? This has been a question on our minds for a long time now. Well, in a very first of it’s own, IBM Watson which uses and functions on Artificial Intelligence (AI) has created the world’s first AI generated Movie Trailer on it’s own.
Morgan is an upcoming American science fiction thriller film directed by Luke Scott and it’s written by Seth Owen.
Basic Plot: Morgan (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) is created and raised in a laboratory environment by a group of scientists soon starts to defy nature with her super-human qualities. She starts walking and talking within one month and becomes self-sufficient after just six. What transpires after, seems to be a gripping sci-fi story line.
As integration of digital and marketing are growing leaps and bounds each and every day, it was only fitting for 20th Century Fox to approach IBM’s Watson to create the very first movie trailer using AI technology.
Sounds poetic, doesn’t it?
Well, here is the very first Movie trailer made by AI using IBM Watson for “Morgan” (with details and insights into the making of this one of a kind epic moment “Trailer”):
For creating and or feeding data or an experience sort of and to familiarize Watson with such creative content and media, the team at IBM’s scientists and research have utilized by integrating the Watson APIs experiential features coupled with machine learning techniques and analyzed hundreds of horror/thriller movie trailers.
Movie is scheduled for release In Theaters – September 2, 2016
Cast: Kate Mara, Anya Taylor-Joy, Toby Jones, Rose Leslie, Boyd Holbrook, Michelle Yeoh, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Paul Giamatti
So what do you think? What would be the next big move from AI?
Do share your thoughts, would love to hear from you.
IBM Watson Related Post
Morgan Movie Related links:
For Tickets: http://fox.co/MorganTix
Connect with Morgan Online:
Visit Morgan on our WEBSITE: http://www.WhatIsMorgan.com/
20th Century FOX Online:
Visit the 20th Century FOX WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/FOXMovie
Morgan | IBM Creates First Movie Trailer by AI [HD] | 20th Century FOX
Category: Film & Animation
Using Automated tools,embracing Big Data for higher quality life and rich business solutions
“We are already living in anticipation of the next moment, in other words, we are already living in the future in our minds”.
This post looks into:
- An actual case scenario of human errors and it’s obsession with technology, upgradation, that cost a big organization millions of dollars instead of focusing on the simple issue.
- Channeling technology and automation to improve our lives and most importantly to help us THINK better and more!
- While empowering our organization with automation and predictive analysis, ensure to not miss the Big picture by limiting our queries to close ended questions.
- Using Technology to empower not just our education, but also our “approach and way of learning“.
Here are few things that we can do today to ease our lives, improve our quality of life, empower customers with more customized solutions, free our mind and brain to THINK rather than worry about technology through customized automated solutions.
Create a KRC: Knowledge Resource Center:
Information was and will always be the most powerful tool with mankind at any given point of time, there are no two ways about it.
So, while using Big Data metrics, consumer research insights and empowering analytics across digital space, as an organization; the first thing to do today is focus on knowledge acquisition followed by knowledge dissemination. Thereby, creating a content driven value-add solutions for your customers, prospects and end readers.
Increase quality of life:
What has metrics and or automation to do with “increasing the quality of life”? Well, everything to be honest.
Why and How?
Every aspect of life has two sides to it. The good and of course the bane.
Technology has always been in the line of fire at every stage, era and decade for it’s power to obliterate the world. But the rapid expansion of technology has empowered us as human beings to not only increase production, improve quality of products, reduce margin of errors, but also to make significant contribution in the field of health care, thereby being directly responsible for improving our lives. On similar lines, when brands and or organization’s understand analytics and metrics better, they can in turn understand their customers needs much better.
To give you a simple example, I recently met with a senior professional who was part of a research team from one of the biggest multinational corporations. They were into Housing, Infrastructure and related solutions. He expressed that they were having lots of issues from customers every now and then complaining about the quality of their houses which seemed to be growing in the past 2 years. To be precise, these issues and complaints were about “the walls of the houses“. He also told me that they had used every single technological upgradation to ensure that the quality of materials used in housing is state of the art. They had spent millions of dollars in the past 2 years across research about infrastructure innovations and changes, their head of department had visited 14 countries to see few other innovative projects and housing solutions, they had spent millions in upgrading technology related amenities for their customers like, state of the art security features, motion sensor lights and automated air conditioners that work based on the weather etc, but nothing seemed to improve or reduce the complaints.
“Sometimes, we are so caught up and or obsessed with technology, that we miss the obvious”
I asked him two simple queries:
- Were these complaint’s constantly coming from across the globe or a country or a specific city or even across specific locations? His response was: “Across the globe.” Now with this information, I could have just gone ahead with some other query, but I wanted to know more and as I pondered, I asked my second question, because somehow I felt, there was something missing wrt the locations even though he expressed that this was a general issue across the globe. So I asked:
- Which locations? And he immediately took out his spreadsheet and shared few details. As he kept sharing the names of those locations, I started noting them down and realized, these were all tropical locations and as I kept asking few more queries wrt demographics, time or season’s when these issues seem to be more, I realized that people complained more during damp weather conditions and all these complaints were coming from locations that were coastal and or very closely located to the beach or ocean areas. And immediately, the executive’s eyes lit up as he realized that the paint (which was not the organization’s product) but was offered as a free solution to these housing projects were not taking into consideration the “type of paint” used. It seems certain types of paint though they look very glossy and or amazing, do not suit certain weather conditions, especially dampness in the walls. Which was overlooked by the company as they bought the paint in bulk across all their projects for a massive discount. But this “general or bulk discount” was ending up costing them more in terms of brand reputation and project quality.
- Any and all information if received only in part is always an issue and concern. So, as an organization, get deep into customer insights and use it to understand what they perceive as value prior to making our own assumptions. Most importantly, do not let technology take you for a ride, rather sometimes think and use these tools only to help you save time to connect and understand the real problems.
Machines are here to help and ease our lives, not increase our burden and dependency: Technology and automation, should enable us to achieve a much higher quality of life every single day especially since:
“We are already living in anticipation of the next moment, in other words, we are already living in the future in our minds”.
So this immediate and far off future needs to be a place where work is not just automated but provides us ample or enough free time to focus on our thinking and rely more on our experience while using technology to create a safer environment with better quality of results across industries and countries.
I am reminded of a story from Henry Ford wherein a consultant was hired to report and share ideas to reduce cost, improve efficiency in their place of work. After a thorough scrutiny he told Henry Ford, that there is a man in the floor who is just sitting on his desk and not doing any work. To which Henry Ford responded, ‘Oh yes, he is hired to think!”.
With the obsession of depending on technology growing every day beyond control, I think, every organization now needs to have someone who is just there to, “think.” I am guessing, “Chief Thinking officer” might not be such a bad idea. Hiring a person who does not use tools or a bureaucratic or purely process oriented approach, but just their minds. Aha! Now that would be awesome.
Education: Focus on using technology to increase participants to develop their strengths. Each individual has their own set of skills and weakness. Rather than focusing on rote learning or merely “what’s relevant today”, focus on topics that will help people literally grow as human beings and intelligent individuals (aren’t we supposed to be that species?) This will help us prosper in a world that is no longer obsessed with merely technology and automation, rather building each resource as a powerhouse on their own based on their skill sets and strengths.
Move beyond AI when it comes to THINKING: Growing as a society: So as to not lose the information and reality behind the BIG PICTURE that is crucial in the process of THINKING ahead across all possibilities:
As we add up billions of data to the world of knowledge digitization rarely do we think of the consequences.
For eg. ROBOT’s! Or Bots or Artificial Intelligence. As more and more organization’s are adapting and integrating robot’s into their systems, there are those who are going beyond Artificial intelligence (AI). They are working on predictive analysis and related algorithms so that just like humans, robots can work and respond based on experiences and create a prediction of analysis, or what we call as gut feeling or intuition for us humans based on our past experiences.
Here, while using technology and automation, we need to be very careful, for ensuring that such power tools are not restricted to coded flowcharts that STOP the questions when the closes ended responses are received from the third parties.
Why? because, not every time we receive an answer, it is the right answer we are looking for.
Here is an old and popular example of the ‘big picture’ that goes for a toss because of a wrong, unintentional close ended question that received an answer that wasn’t completely true but yet correct in it’s own way.
Once a couple went to a racetrack and bet over $100 each and lost 95% of their money. The next day, the husband said, ‘I am going back to the tracks to try my luck’ and added that ‘I am only going to use my remaining amount which was left out after yesterday’s loss’.
Now this was just $5.
His wife replied, ‘fine, go ahead and have a nice time.’
So the race was on and he had bet $5 in the first race. He won, so he bet again and this kept happening and he kept winning greater odds each time. Finally, his winning amount reached $50,000″.
He was excited to share this with his wife. As he was returning back home, he saw a game house which offered him to place similar bets on some other game. Since he was on a hot streak, he went and put his entire money and yes, he lost everything. The entire $50,000.
When he returned home, his wife asked, what happened with the $5?
He thought for a moment and said, I lost the $5 too!
She wasn’t mad at him, now, why would she be. He had just lost only $5!
Now imagine this happening over a series of questionnaires added to a flowchart on a computer software system by an organization wherein the executive lost billions but it was overlooked or much worse, another team or department was blamed for this instead of the source!
I love working with brands and technology products, I won’t deny it. I honestly do, but not at the cost of human connect, conversations that help us learn more about each other, our strengths that can empower us complementing as a team in an organization and deliver the best possible solutions for the end users.
We need to be obsessed with technology but not at the cost of the power of the human mind.
So let’s think about this for a minute, shall we?
Do share your comments and views on this,would love to hear from you.
How to design an absolutely blissful journey with ethics for success in the world of entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship is a word that has become a fad. Everyone you meet these days is an entrepreneur. Every day you read the news, there are scores of entrepreneurial ventures that have acquired millions of dollars of funding and in just a span of two to three years have entered into billion dollar evaluations.
Of course, in the course of next two to three years to follow, as we keep reading about these ventures, less than 35% of them seem to actually survive.
Sadly, these days, most of the businesses that made headlines for acquiring the biggest or top notch funding are in the news for being shut down or in the verge of wrapping things up or at the most, struggling to meet their stakeholders expectations.
Myself, being an entrepreneur of a start-up digital agency, Techdivine Creative Services, which is now 6.5 years old and that too of a sole proprietorship, the pressures were always much higher and the stakes, well, off the charts! Why? For me to stay alive, it’s always been core to, well, do “business”. If there are no real paying customers, I can’t sustain as a brand or a professional.
The blog post shared below is a brief look into the real world of business from the eyes of an individual today, where not everything is about billion dollar funding or not everything is peachy every day. Perseverance is the key!
At the same time, I have also shared some powerful guides that have helped me grow, sustain and or survive during difficult times.
Over the years, I have been approached by two well funded brand names in our industry for funding my business. The offers were very intriguing both the times, but after a couple of meetings, it was clear for me that as an individual or even a professional, I could never tie up with either of them. For me, as an entrepreneur, three things are core before I do business with anyone, failing even one of which I can never get into a contract with anyone:
- TRUST: I should be able to trust that individual or business or brand with any and all contractual guidelines and agreements. Why? Because, my bandwidth as a sole proprietor is restricted by my decisions to take a particular risk or business offer based on my current scenario at that point of time. So the hours and resources I can build or design or provide has it’s limitations. Since the focus from my end is always to deliver power packed result oriented goals, it’s core for me to be able to trust that business entity to ensure that my bandwidth is free to focus on the work aspect of this amazing journey ahead. If you don’t love what you do, there is really no point in doing it.
- Business: As I mentioned earlier, being a sole proprietor and being a part of a family where my day to day responsibility extends beyond just taking care of my family financially and as the only source of income, the routine is no doubt always daunting, especially in today’s world where most of the households have two or even three bread winners (which diminishes the term and phrase, since they have more than one person doing the wonderful task). But, it’s true for me, because, at the end of the day, I am just another average human being and as an individual, there is always a fear of the unknown. “What happens if” is the biggest fear and question prior to making any decision. This comes with the flaws and limitations of being a sole proprietor because you would not have anyone else with the same stakes as you in the business to take onus or responsibilities. So, it becomes extremely important for me as a professional, or as an entrepreneur, or as an individual to be able to do and transact ‘business’ if my time is involved in the process. As in no room for too many repeated freebies from my end. This aspect and or nature of mine is sometimes seen or imagined by individuals with whom I engage, as ‘me being arrogant’, but honestly, it’s not. I am just fighting to sustain and survive while doing it alone, that’s all. So in all honestly, this has nothing to do with the growth of a business, but rather fear of venturing into the ocean’s abyss at night with no gear and at the same time hoping to find that treasure of riches (which can be successfully delivering tasks at hand) while focusing on the task at hand and ensuring you have enough oxygen to stay alive, keep surviving, while fighting off the sharks and yes, to find the sunken treasure ship! Too dramatic, well, that’s ok, I just felt like writing it!
- Ethics: For me the first and foremost focus is ethics. So much so that, even I, get on my own nerves at times. But if there is anything that I have learnt over the years from some of the biggest names in business and entrepreneurship, it is to, never compromise on ethics. Money, fame and fortune will get you a mansion, whereas ethics will give you peace of mind and energy filled with joy to do what you love doing no matter what.
The first thing I learnt as an entrepreneur is to “Unlearn”.
Many of the things that seem to work in the brilliantly beautiful “books taught to us in many of the management schools and colleges” are not even remotely close to practicality when it comes to the real world. Very few management programs and or schools take the initiative to introduce the ‘real industry’ scenarios into their course curriculum.
Of course, during the course of time, there were many management books, marketing strategies written by iconic legends with decades of experience and yes, biographies of some of the most inspiring business tycoons and highly inspiring human beings that helped me chart a plan to stay alive, make a name, build a brand and most important of all, allowed me to “make the best of what’s available”.
Which in today’s fancy term is called growth hacking.
So here are some powerful guides on “How to design an absolutely blissful journey with ethics for success in the world of entrepreneurs” :-
1) Learn from the past:
“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life ~ Steve Jobs“
2) Never compromise on Ethics: Develop a clear and ethical framework to ensure that you as an entrepreneur hold the right tools that will not only allow you to navigate through the abyss, but also come back up to the surface with your head held high. Everything is fine when it comes to doing business, as long as it’s ethical. Things to focus while building a policy in your organization that focuses purely on ethics:
- Your customers are your first and only priority: Do everything possible to deliver the best services that your organization ‘should’ and not ‘could’ offer to help them be more successful. The faster your clients grow, quicker you will grow too. The greatest asset for any business is a happy customer.
- Never under any circumstances compromise on your customers or their customers data and information. This is especially true when you work with brands who are competitors. Sometimes a particular brand might request data or metrics of the other. Under no circumstances should you encourage that behavior. Irrespective of the size of business a brand gives you, every data that belongs to a customer should be of the same high value to you as a business.
- Never swindle: Never deceive your business prospects, try to cut down or cheat them of services or your employees or those helping you to build a network. For that matter as a brand never even charlatan as a professional simply to gain business. Accept what you know and focus on building that as a business for your customers.
- When no one is looking: There is a very interesting study done once at a cafeteria of a certain place of business. It seems they were keeping a jar in the cafeteria where people had to put money at the end of their meals. No one was asked to pay at the counter or at the start of the meal. The idea was to assume that everyone is trustworthy and will pay for what they ate. Over a period of time, it was found that there were lot of people who were not paying since no one would actually find out. So they added an image, an actual picture of a person’s eyes ‘watching’ on the face of the jar. within a span of few days, it seems most of the people were automatically now paying for whatever they ate. This study on Psychology was about “when people are watching” what and how does one behave. In business, always function with a thought that someone is watching so ensure that at all times, you end up doing the right thing.
3) Empower Digital: Digital media has empowered entrepreneurs to do business from wherever they are. This helps you cut down your costs and at the same time reach out to your enquiries, prospects, business partners without loss of time and with all the right set of tools to get the tasks done. Big Data has never looked more beautiful before. I know, that sounds weird but I love numbers. They have so much clarity!
With the constant shift in the metrics paradigm which is more often than not seen as a burden as it’s constantly referred to as the era of ‘information overload’; at such a time, enabling the right set of sentiment analysis tools, BigData metrics to measure information that is relevant to your business and customers and at the same time even help you with predictive analysis for customer behavior etc can do wonders for your business.
Due to the rise of social media and digital marketing, customers today literally know more about the brand than the brand themselves. So it’s only fair to take time out, use the same digital tools to understand your customers better and do business that’s not just for that moment, but for a lifetime.
4) At all times TRUST the human heart and mind: Digital is here to help, no doubt about that. But, too much of dependency on digital can at times be risky too. So ensure that from time to time, you focus and trust the human mind, it’s experiences and know-how. This would help you avert any and all risks to a great extent of making an assumption that digital can guarantee perfect predictions and that it is the only answer to a sustainable future. Nothing can or should replace the combination of human heart, intelligence and experience.
5) If you don’t invest in your brand, no one else will:From time to time ensure that you invest in resources to upgrade your skills, know-how and the skills of your employees. Even doctor’s are forced to keep up with the latest in medicine and technology with a focus towards delivering better quality of health and service to their patients. So why not with your customers too? Ensure to invest in constant and continuous learning from the best in the industry to make sure you deliver the best for your customers at all times.
6) Network and or Tie-up: There are too many organization’s out there which claim to be the best source of networking with business and brands. Some of them even have big names associated with them. Meet them, take a calculative risk, but make sure they are not scams, because off late there are too many of them too. Networking can be a great way to do business. But while doing so, ensure that your “business goals” are not gone for a toss and your policies are in no way compromised to help you sustain and grow as a business. Networking with the wrong group can break you whereas with the right people can make you a powerhouse of business.
7) World of self promotion: We are now in the era of greatest form of self-promotion and especially with the advent of digital space, everyone who is literally anyone seems to be promoting themselves to be the best across their industries.
Which is my case too, for I too ensure to proudly represent my own brand as the Best Digital Marketing Professional in India awardee whenever I share my posts online along with other accolades and recognition’s as a marketing or management professional or entrepreneur.
When You are out there “self-promoting”, now there are two sides and ways to do it. One, to ensure that I do not annoy my friends and or relatives with this professional claim all the time, I have maintained two distinct or separate profiles online. One which is personal, in which I am rarely active and the other which is via blogs, professional brand pages, professional website links etc where I share about my latest events, workshops and courses on digital marketing and social media, client case studies, milestones, new services from our digital agency etc. as these sites are for me to share these accolades and latest news updates. But, at the same time, I ensure that my ratio to self-promotion and valuable content for my readers, customers and prospects is at least 1:3 ((1)Self-promotions: (3)Value to end readers, customers and prospects). I constantly create presentations, resourceful downloads of case studies, power packed guides on digital marketing, branding, marketing research management, social media, blogging, content marketing, entrepreneurship and also share a time when I am online and my peers or users online can reach me for queries and or support in real-time etc. to ensure that at all times, I keep delivering more and more value-add each day.
As an entrepreneur with boost-strapping and growth hacking as your core ideals and points of survival, ensure to balance your self-promotions well.
Don’t be a brand or a professional who only reaches out or tags others when you want them to promote your services. The world is slowly getting more and more translucent as in, with data and metrics all around, things are very transparent. So make sure who you portray yourself to be and who you really are, are the same individuals.
8) Customer Acquisition cost, Customer Lifetime value: Two very powerful aspects and terms of your business, which you need to be very clear about if you are a growth hacker. Every cost that you spend to acquire a customer needs to be accounted for and at the same time, what a customer is worth to you and your brand also needs to be vividly and precisely available with you as an entrepreneur. These two costs will enable you to understand:
- What are the different channels that you can use to promote your business
- Which are the best channels where your customers become your brand ambassadors online
- What costs are fixed across these two aspects and what revenue streams are constant will enable you to do a lot more and that too with much better results.
- They will help you work out the best possible cost that you can “afford” to offer in terms of value pricing for customers who might not be having big budgets but would be great for your business in the long run and wonderful business relations.
9) Bandwidth: I have discussed in detail about this earlier too, as an entrepreneur, to have a smooth and absolutely blissful journey in the world of entrepreneurship, it is extremely important to understand your bandwidth. No, I am not talking about server space or website server settings or features. Every customer is unique in their own way and have certain way of functioning. In a desperation to tie-up with people, or brands or organization’s for business, do not agree to do business with brands for whom you need to be available all the time. Work with clients who understand and with whom you can work on a common ground based on trust, mutual respect and growth.
10) Employees or consultants: As a business you might hire employees or consultants depending on your business needs. Always ensure to treat them with respect. Calling them up all the time, sending them emails at the eleventh hour, always making the work under pressure can be a sign of poor management. This will neither deliver good results for your clients nor help you grow.
11) New Industry Verticals: Always understand what your customers are looking out for. Do not push your services because you have them to offer. Rather customize to suit their budget, requirements and needs. At the same time, constantly focus on newer verticals or for that matter, removing services from your lists that are no longer beneficial to you or your customers. Adding new industry based verticals helps you sustain during difficult times and at the same time ensures you are at the top of your game by developing solutions that your prospects need!
12) Time: Timing is everything when it comes to business. And I mean this in every way possible. Entrepreneurship or business is unpredictable. Those whose ego’s have not allowed them to accept this have either fallen straight on their faces or have given up eventually before having to accept the same. Anything can happen and things can turn from good to great or bad to worse in the blink of an eye. Time is your greatest strength and your ally in the long run. Because, if there is anything that business can teach you for sure, it is that, “anything is possible”. Be ready, be prepared, accept and either rejoice or work towards making things better.
13) Learn and Read: Nothing beats hard work and having the right information at the right time. Constantly read business and management articles, books, magazines and stay updated with the latest news, industry trends and that will not only add value to your business but also empower you during discussions and as a professional.
14) Freebies and Premiums: There are lots of tools online that are available for free that you can use for your business. Try them out and see if they work and do justice to your growing needs as an entrepreneur or growth hacker. If yes, you might find value in exploring their paid versions too, if you feel it will add to your success and reduce your overall costs and time to manage them directly from your end.
There are so many more things that you can to make your work a bliss in your entrepreneurship journey.
I hope these guides were useful and you found it insightful.
Please do share your comments and views. Would love to hear your feedback and suggestions.
Have an amazing day ahead.
Do share your comments and or views based on your experiences too. Would love to hear from you.