Category Archives: Foolish Adventure

Building An Infoproduct And Software Empire With Amy Hoy

FA165 – Building An Infoproduct And Software Empire With Amy Hoy

Date: 2014-09-04

Link: The Foolish Adventure
Don’t let the people around you stop you from doing what you want to do.

It is stupid to do anything where the outcome is the same whether or not you do it.

A script leads to mediocre. It it designed for anybody to follow it.

Book: Radical Careering

It is important to read and to expose yourself to people you have (the way of looking at things that you need).

Getting off of the rails and seeing where your life is actually going is critically important.

A Mother’s Entrepreneurship Journey To Eventual Millionaire

FA164 – A Mother’s Entrepreneurship Journey To Eventual Millionaire

Date: 2014-09-03

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Some things are very simple but it doesn’t mean it is easy.

The biggest key to succeeding as an entrepreneur is believing that you can actually accomplish it.

If we end up making the world better for ourselves we will end up making it better for a lot of people.

An eventual millionaire is someone who wants to be a millionaire eventually and wants to do it on their own terms.

We make things a lot harder than they are.

You only need to be successful part of the time to actually succeed in business.

All it takes is one success.

Achieving Authenticity With Andy Gray

FA162 – Achieving Authenticity With Andy Gray

Date: 2013-08-29

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Being able to do what you want doesn’t necessarily mean you’re living your life authentically.

Figuring out who we want to be is not an easy task. It is a lifetime task.

It is a lot easier to start living someone else’s story.

We feel trapped by our past decisions.

You don’t have mobility if you don’t have the ability to choose to go somewhere.

The sum of your life is made up of your choices.

Ultimately you have to feel good about how you’re spending your time.

There is risk when things are ambiguous.

There are so many choices you can make. They all can be right choices.

When you feel that things aren’t just quite right it is worth it to take a look at why that is.

Don’t look for a guru when it comes to authenticity because when it comes to that you’re your own authority.

Softening The Blow When Your Product Bombs

FA161 – Softening The Blow When Your Product Bombs

Date: 2013-08-22

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

You need to figure out whether the product bombed or the marketing bombed?

Sell them what they want. Give them what they need.

There are two reasons somebody says something is too expensive. One is that they are not the right customer. The second is you didn’t communicate the value properly.

Price anchoring is important especially when you’re talking about information products.

One way we determine a good product is if it looks good.

People are not fools.

Putting the effort in to create a great product is crucial to succeeding.

Failure is simply what you compare things to.

Family Matters In The Online Startup World

FA158 – Family Matters In The Online Startup World

Date: 2013-08-01

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Build a runaway because you don’t know how long it is going to take to get your business off of the ground.

You need money in the bank.

That first year you’re probably going to struggle. That second year you’re hopefully going to have learned the systems and started making money.

Look at the life goals and risk profile of potential partners (for starting a business).

Have the same trajectory as your partner.

Write content and educate customers.

How To Break Free Of Your Comfort Zone To Supercharge Your Business

FA157 – How To Break Free Of Your Comfort Zone To Supercharge Your Business

Date: 2013-07-25

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Business advice is contradictory.

Life advice is contradictory.

There isn’t a one path or one solution to anything (except for lower level math).

First make money where you’re already making money.

What you truly want out of life is what matters.

If you’re not dreaming about your business you’re probably in the wrong one.

To grow as a business you have to grow as a person.

You should understand the critical elements of your business whether you are the one doing them or not.

Do the things that your competitors aren’t will to do.

The thing you should be most concerned about as a business owner is the vision of the company.

Step out of your comfort zone.

Building A Lifestyle With An Infoproducts Business

FA156 – Building A Lifestyle With An Infoproducts Business

Date: 2013-07-18

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

When working out do something you enjoy and that gives you energy instead of taking it away.

Fitness is something that has an ability to impact people profoundly.

The customer has a legitimate opinion.

It is the what and the why that is critical to your success. It is the how that you will figure out.

Use tools (on your website) as a way to initiate human contact.

Getting interaction can be the lifeblood of a growing business.

To become successful you don’t have to become a different person.

How a Non-Technical Founder Built a 6 Figure Saas App

FA154 – How a Non-Technical Founder Built a 6 Figure Saas App

Date: 2013-07-04

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Go out and identify a need.

Necessity makes you act.

Content marketing doesn’t directly lead to sales. It eventually does.

If you have something that actually solves a problem advertising is one of the quickest ways to build the business.

Do more testing sooner.

You don’t really know what is going to happen until you test it.

Testing takes time.

Take action right now

How To Create Successful Business Ideas (And Automate Them)

FA153 – How To Create Successful Business Ideas (And Automate Them)

Date: 2013-06-27

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

There is a lot of value in income diversification.

Have the right people help you.

Find other people that have the same goals.

Take inventory of what you’re good at and what you’re not good at.

Have a repeatable marketing process.

Your first business idea doesn’t have to be your best business idea.

Do something that is going to make you money.