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  • Reinvent a Product, Not the Wheel
    simple ideas are the easiest to bring to market You don t need to reinvent the wheel to create an impactful lucrative idea Revolutionary ideas are costly and take a long time to develop and most people have neither If you want to create a revolutionary idea by all means good for you But if you re simply trying to come up with a good idea try improving upon an existing product The benefit of striving to make improvements on existing products is that you can count on there being a market for your idea That s huge It s easy enough to come up with creative ideas But the only way to be sure that consumers will actually pay for your idea is to test it extensively Testing your idea can be time consuming and costly That s why it s helpful to start out innovating in a market that already exists Simply put there s less risk You ve all heard the saying that to be creative you need to think outside the box Successful marketing author and guru Seth Godin says to instead think next the box I think sometimes all you need to do is turn

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/2014/02/14/reinvent-a-product-not-the-wheel/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Life-changing data
    20 years of experience simple ideas are the easiest to bring to market You don t need to reinvent the wheel to create an impactful lucrative idea Revolutionary ideas are costly and take a long time to develop and most people have neither If you want to create a revolutionary idea by all means good for you But if you re simply trying to come up with a good idea try improving upon an existing product The benefit of striving to make improvements on existing products is that you can count on there being a market for your idea That s huge It s easy enough to come up with creative ideas But the only way to be sure that consumers will actually pay for your idea is to test it extensively Testing your idea can be time consuming and costly That s why it s helpful to start out innovating in a market that already exists Simply put there s less risk You ve all heard the saying that to be creative you need to think outside the box Successful marketing author and guru Seth Godin says to instead think next the box I think sometimes all you need

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/life-changing-data/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Reinvent a Product
    20 years of experience simple ideas are the easiest to bring to market You don t need to reinvent the wheel to create an impactful lucrative idea Revolutionary ideas are costly and take a long time to develop and most people have neither If you want to create a revolutionary idea by all means good for you But if you re simply trying to come up with a good idea try improving upon an existing product The benefit of striving to make improvements on existing products is that you can count on there being a market for your idea That s huge It s easy enough to come up with creative ideas But the only way to be sure that consumers will actually pay for your idea is to test it extensively Testing your idea can be time consuming and costly That s why it s helpful to start out innovating in a market that already exists Simply put there s less risk You ve all heard the saying that to be creative you need to think outside the box Successful marketing author and guru Seth Godin says to instead think next the box I think sometimes all you need

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/reinvent-a-product/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Revolutionary
    20 years of experience simple ideas are the easiest to bring to market You don t need to reinvent the wheel to create an impactful lucrative idea Revolutionary ideas are costly and take a long time to develop and most people have neither If you want to create a revolutionary idea by all means good for you But if you re simply trying to come up with a good idea try improving upon an existing product The benefit of striving to make improvements on existing products is that you can count on there being a market for your idea That s huge It s easy enough to come up with creative ideas But the only way to be sure that consumers will actually pay for your idea is to test it extensively Testing your idea can be time consuming and costly That s why it s helpful to start out innovating in a market that already exists Simply put there s less risk You ve all heard the saying that to be creative you need to think outside the box Successful marketing author and guru Seth Godin says to instead think next the box I think sometimes all you need

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/revolutionary/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Getting the Right Adviser Can Speed Up Your Success
    advisers are warm and fuzzy Though these factors may make it easier for you to be open to someone s guidance they are less important than the actual value the adviser can bring to your journey There is no need to subject yourself to unnecessary abuse but often the truth hurts and the best guidance can seem harsh even when delivered in a constructive manner Ultimately the value of guidance you receive is your responsibility and you will only get the adviser you truly want and deserve It helps to know however the options Below are three key types of guidance and some questions you can ask yourself to gauge if an adviser you are considering is worthy of continued engagement The best advisers of course provide all three 1 Supportive Guidance This is the most common form of guidance Supportive advisers are much needed cheerleaders They are encouraging and help give you the strength to move forward and take action They make you feel better when times are tough and help with morale This guidance is necessary in the early stages of the journey and establishes a foundation of security and self confidence Eventually however at high levels of accomplishment this guidance becomes less valuable At a certain point you become your own best cheerleader and have a strong sense of self worth that drives you forward Additionally advisers at this level do not need to be highly invested in your success so the value is limited in scope You ll be craving something more practical than Atta girl or Atta boy Here are important questions to evaluate the supportive adviser Is the adviser truly familiar with you and your needs Does the adviser listen actively and show understanding of the objectives Is the adviser authentic and specific in

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/2014/02/05/getting-the-right-adviser-can-speed-up-your-success/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Achieve Success
    friendly Not all great advisers are warm and fuzzy Though these factors may make it easier for you to be open to someone s guidance they are less important than the actual value the adviser can bring to your journey There is no need to subject yourself to unnecessary abuse but often the truth hurts and the best guidance can seem harsh even when delivered in a constructive manner Ultimately the value of guidance you receive is your responsibility and you will only get the adviser you truly want and deserve It helps to know however the options Below are three key types of guidance and some questions you can ask yourself to gauge if an adviser you are considering is worthy of continued engagement The best advisers of course provide all three 1 Supportive Guidance This is the most common form of guidance Supportive advisers are much needed cheerleaders They are encouraging and help give you the strength to move forward and take action They make you feel better when times are tough and help with morale This guidance is necessary in the early stages of the journey and establishes a foundation of security and self confidence Eventually however at high levels of accomplishment this guidance becomes less valuable At a certain point you become your own best cheerleader and have a strong sense of self worth that drives you forward Additionally advisers at this level do not need to be highly invested in your success so the value is limited in scope You ll be craving something more practical than Atta girl or Atta boy Here are important questions to evaluate the supportive adviser Is the adviser truly familiar with you and your needs Does the adviser listen actively and show understanding of the objectives Is the adviser

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/achieve-success/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Adviser
    friendly Not all great advisers are warm and fuzzy Though these factors may make it easier for you to be open to someone s guidance they are less important than the actual value the adviser can bring to your journey There is no need to subject yourself to unnecessary abuse but often the truth hurts and the best guidance can seem harsh even when delivered in a constructive manner Ultimately the value of guidance you receive is your responsibility and you will only get the adviser you truly want and deserve It helps to know however the options Below are three key types of guidance and some questions you can ask yourself to gauge if an adviser you are considering is worthy of continued engagement The best advisers of course provide all three 1 Supportive Guidance This is the most common form of guidance Supportive advisers are much needed cheerleaders They are encouraging and help give you the strength to move forward and take action They make you feel better when times are tough and help with morale This guidance is necessary in the early stages of the journey and establishes a foundation of security and self confidence Eventually however at high levels of accomplishment this guidance becomes less valuable At a certain point you become your own best cheerleader and have a strong sense of self worth that drives you forward Additionally advisers at this level do not need to be highly invested in your success so the value is limited in scope You ll be craving something more practical than Atta girl or Atta boy Here are important questions to evaluate the supportive adviser Is the adviser truly familiar with you and your needs Does the adviser listen actively and show understanding of the objectives Is the adviser

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/adviser/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Intelligence
    friendly Not all great advisers are warm and fuzzy Though these factors may make it easier for you to be open to someone s guidance they are less important than the actual value the adviser can bring to your journey There is no need to subject yourself to unnecessary abuse but often the truth hurts and the best guidance can seem harsh even when delivered in a constructive manner Ultimately the value of guidance you receive is your responsibility and you will only get the adviser you truly want and deserve It helps to know however the options Below are three key types of guidance and some questions you can ask yourself to gauge if an adviser you are considering is worthy of continued engagement The best advisers of course provide all three 1 Supportive Guidance This is the most common form of guidance Supportive advisers are much needed cheerleaders They are encouraging and help give you the strength to move forward and take action They make you feel better when times are tough and help with morale This guidance is necessary in the early stages of the journey and establishes a foundation of security and self confidence Eventually however at high levels of accomplishment this guidance becomes less valuable At a certain point you become your own best cheerleader and have a strong sense of self worth that drives you forward Additionally advisers at this level do not need to be highly invested in your success so the value is limited in scope You ll be craving something more practical than Atta girl or Atta boy Here are important questions to evaluate the supportive adviser Is the adviser truly familiar with you and your needs Does the adviser listen actively and show understanding of the objectives Is the adviser

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/intelligence/ (2014-06-18)
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