Edragonu commented on the following stories on BizSugar
77 is not that unusual, after all :-) I previously wrote a list of 77 reasons to love your life, so I've been there before, so to speak. Breaking it down comes also from my experience as an entrepreneur, it's just easier to navigate them like this. Thanks for the nice words :-)"
If you're talking about 100 ways (and not 10) obviously some are more strong than others. Depends a lot on what you're blogging about. Writing timeless content constantly seems to be one of the best, but I do blog about personal development, and things aren't changing that fast in personal development. For business, "Ask the readers" should be one of the most powerful, I suppose."
Absolutely :-) This was very difficult for me to learn too, and I must confess I still struggle with it from time to time. But since I started to really manage my time as I manage my money, I also confess that I'm enjoying some huge - and sometimes totally unexpected - benefits."
Definitely1 The last phase is the place when you start to reinvent yourself, if you still want to remain in that business. Reinventing implies also "killing" what was once the core of the business in order to make room for the new stuff. As you pointed, this can happen from the inside (as Apple did) or from the outside (when competition strikes)."
Hi everybody, thanks for the nice words, this is by far the nicest community I've been so far (and I've been around for a while, talk about digg, reddit or SU). To make things clear, yes, I do write a book and it's almost done. I expect it to be (self)published - meaning it will be an ebook - around September 20th. Around 65 pages, and based on one of the series in my blog. I really can't wait to get it out :-)"