Working in the Gig Economy: How to Thrive and Succeed When You Choose to Work for Yourself
There are new flexible and independent working opportunities available in the gig economy for those brave enough to seize them. It is estimated that the number of people involved with the gig economy will double in the next four years. New generation workers are realising that they can break the chains of corporate work and go at it alone. With flexible working hours, fluid work arrangements and technology that they can leverage to their advantage, people are creating purposeful careers that fit in with their lives, not the other way around. Working in the Gig Economy is the ultimate guide to successfully navigating the new flexible world of work.
Building Smarter Habits: The Daily Habits of Insanely Productive People That Stick
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.—Aristotle. Habits create routine and most of us run our lives by some sort of routine. Habits define who we are, what we do and what we accomplish in life and career. There is no single hack, tool, guide or how-to that can simplify your workday. And just when you learn how to improve your productivity, you will move on to the next level of tasks and to-do lists whose new challenges will defy the ability of any single formula to get what you really need or want done. In Building Smarter Habits, I share these lessons, tips guidance not as a commandment but as things you might try on your journey of change and constant learning.
Learning From Billion-Dollar Startups: Why Startups Like Uber, Xiaomi, Airbnb and Slack Succeed and Others Don’t
Figuring out why something is successful in retrospect is like trying to describe the taste of water. It’s hard. Today’s innovative startups are changing how we use technology, how we lead our daily productive lives and how our businesses run. Startups don’t win just because of better technology or features; they win because they solve real problems that demand clear and simple solutions. In Learning From Billion-Dollar Startups, you will find out how they got their ideas, the goals they had at the time of launch, marketing strategies they used, decisions they took when their businesses started growing, company culture they keep, hiring processes, their plans for the future and lessons they learned on the road to success.
How To Find Your Million Dollar Business Idea This Weekend
Coming up with profitable ideas is about three keywords: Find the pain. If you’re looking for profitable ideas, pick a market and find the pain. How? This book will guide you to explore all the opportunities and especially where to look for that killer idea you have been waiting for. How do I come up with a business idea that will actually work? That is the biggest pain of millions of wannabe entrepreneurs out there. How do successful people stumble across ideas that become real businesses? In How To Find Your Million Dollar Business Idea This Weekend you will find the best approach for thinking of a billion dollar idea.
The Power of One Percent Better
Small wins, marginal gains. That’s how long-term habits are formed. if you improve every area of your life in small steps, you will become unstoppable. The one percent margin for improvement in everything you do is one of the best ways to build new habits. Tiger Woods started when he was 2 years old. Serena Williams started playing at 3, Venus Williams at 4. They committed to deep, sustained immersion in purposeful practice. Small gains every day. The Power of One Percent Better will guide you to consistently improve every day. 1 percent self-self-improvement every day or week is achievable – regardless of your circumstances. If you’re currently encountering resistance with your goals, remember the words of Karen Lamb: “A year from now, you will have wished you’d started today”