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Thaa She Blows

Thaa She Blows

Last Friday I needed to get rid of a load of boxes, so I decided to burn them.

As I burned them I realised what a bad idea it was.

It wasn’t the giant flames leaping out of the fire pit that got me concerned.

Nor the smoke which, if the wind had changed, could have blown into the neighbours.

What actually tipped me off to the bad idea was the Vesuvius sized pieces of ash blowing up from the fire!

That was when I thought I should probably have not done burnt quite that amount of cardboard.

Hey ho… all was well and I got rid of a load of cardboard.

Anyway, on to today’s best stories from the world of business and entreneurialism.



The Danger of “Not Good Enough”

This is a short blog post fropm Seth Godin, but I strongly recommend everyone reads it.

Like most of his content, it’s simple and to the point.

You don’t have to have pages of content to make something valid.

Check it out here.

How to Generate New Leads Without Spending a Fortune


Every brand needs new customers.

Those of you who have been in business for a while may be doing fine generating high sales from your existing customers.

But that business model isn’t sustainable forever. There comes a point when you won’t be able to grow without new leads.

This is especially important for newer companies. Since you haven’t been operating for a long time, you definitely need new leads just to survive.

But where do you find them?

Neil Patel shows you how in this article on Quicksprout.

3 Powerful Ways To Retire Rich

We all want to retire rich.

The big question is… HOW?

Well, this may not have the exact answer, but it’s a start 😉

About Michael Wilding

In my career I have worked as a professional actor, senior footwear designer, professional bettor and internet marketer, as well as a variety of other short-term and rather humorous jobs. Internet marketing has allowed me to combine all the skills I’ve learnt throughout my other professions in a unique way to give me a different view of how we can use marketing to build relationships that allow us to communicate on a personal level with our readers.

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