Archive | August, 2011

5 Killer Content Marketing Case studies (& what you can learn from them)

August 31, 2011


Content Marketing

              Does your startup or business do content marketing? Have you ever wondered what successful businesses using content marketing are doing well? Well, look no further. This article examines 5 of the most successful content marketing case studies. Regardless of the size of your business, you’ll discover great ideas […]

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10 Productivity Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know

August 29, 2011


Entrepreneur productivity

              How productive are you? A holy grail for entrepreneurs, yet what is easy in theory it is very difficult in practice. Primarily because most of us have some form of entrepreneurial A.D.D. (I know I have) and the internet is built to be the world’s most effective distraction. […]

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Thought DJs: Why Blogging is the New Clubbing

August 24, 2011


Thought DJ

Remember the last time you walked into a large nightclub? The crowd was heaving, people smiling, dancing – all facing the person controlling the mood in the room – the DJ. Most of us know what a good DJ can do – and how a good DJ can move a crowd and gain a big […]

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8 Startup Lessons Learnt from Successful Entrepreneurs

August 20, 2011


Startup lessons learnt

              Would you like tips how to be successful, from people who have achieved what you want to achieve? Would this make you succeed faster? If there’s one thing I’ve learned about entrepreneurship in the past decade or so, it’s this: Get advice from people who have done it […]

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How do you lead your Tribe? Interview with Clay Hebert

August 17, 2011

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Clay hebert Tribes

Who are your tribe? Why are they important? And how can you be the leader of your tribe? I recently caught up with Clay Hebert, founder of – a NY-based consultancy that teaches brands how they can lead their tribe. Clay is also founder of new startup and blogs at Clay is […]

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Million Dollar Update 1: Ireland

August 14, 2011


Startup lift off

Here’s where I report on how I’m progressing towards my goals of making $1 million in 999 days. Each month I report on exactly how much I made, what things I’ve learned, what I’ve achieved, and of course, all the mistakes I’ve done (oh yes – I’m NEVER short on material for that section!). Expect my […]

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Google Please Hire Me, Interview with Mathew Epstein

August 11, 2011


google please hire me

What do you do when you want a job really really bad? Why not do something like what Mathew Epstein did and make the ultimate online CV with his kick-ass site and video (I highly recommend you see it – it’s great). I found Mathew’s site when everyone started tweeting about it last week and […]

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Zero to Blogging – Startup Your Blog

August 9, 2011


ron burgundy entrepreneur

  What’s the 1 thing you that will take you less than one hour to create that can instantly make you stand out from the crowd; helping you get that job/client/business partner? (Hint: it’s not a Lemon meringue pie – although that could help too) It’s your very own ‘I’m kind of a big deal’ […]

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Are you an Innovator? Interview with Hal Gregersen, The Innovator’s DNA

August 5, 2011


Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezo’s, Richard Branson, all innovators, but what do they do differently than everyone else? And what things can we do to become more like them? I speak to Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator’s DNA – Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators about Questionstorming, the Medici effect and, of course, how […]

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How to run a portfolio business? Timothy Bosworth, Think Big Be Big

August 3, 2011


Tim bosworth

How do you startup a successful dating site, consultancy, blog and create a series of children’s books? Impossible right? In this interview with Timothy Bosworth from Think Big Be Big, we discuss what it takes to have a portfolio career; how to act on your entrepreneurial impulses and Tim shares the methodologies he uses to […]

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