A week has gone by and here’s another list of articles that could be relevant to our fellow-entrepreneurs.
There’s so much content being produced online that it’s hard to filter what’s worth reading and what’s not.
Not all content is relevant to everybody in the same way. Thus, don’t force yourself to read an article which bores you. The same applies to books. Too many people force themselves to read a book from start to finish, although they’re bored out of their minds.
I guess this habit is a legacy of the school system.
But time passes no matter what we do with it, so why waste it on boring books, if there are so many good ones out there.
Let’s continue and take a look at our favorite articles of the week.
Doing Youtube SEO
Youtube is a great channel to find leads and market your product or service. However, it’s not easy to get views, and 99% of people producing content on YT do not know anything about Youtube SEO. We know this for a fact, as most of our videos have less than 10 views. And we had no clue about any Youtube SEO until I read this article. And this article, it turns out, is 3 years old – but as relevant today as it was three years ago.
How Technology Could Change The World By 2025?
I am not much of a techie, but this was a pretty interesting read. Shortly, a bunch of tech people were asked about how technology could change the world. And there are some very interesting ideas. I am especially interested in everything health and diet-related, which can have a huge impact on the quality of life.
Improve Your Performance With Constraints
Charles Ngo is the only affiliate marketer that I follow. Not because he’s the best. Maybe he is, I don’t know. He doesn’t claim to be the best. But I follow him because he has great articles on business and life, and he doesn’t push his courses and affiliate marketing related articles down my throat every day of the week. This time, he wrote about constraints and how constraints can help you to perform better.
Podcast With A Billionaire
Whenever I see a podcast guest who is introduced as a billionaire, I click and listen. Why? Because they’ve conquered the money game. And while it’s not the most important of the games we play during our lifetimes, it’s definitely one that we spend the most time playing. With all the money printing though, maybe we’re all billionaires soon 🙂
Here’s one more article you can check out, if you have spare 20-minutes or so. It’s not an easy article to read, but if you’re not familiar with mental models, it’s well worth your time.