Here’s a video Noah and I did about putting forth “Just 10 More Minutes” on stuff you wanna make GREAT ….not just “good”.
If you just bought a Mac, or have used one for years, I guarantee you’ll learn some productivity hacks in this video!
I was slowly convinced to buy a MacBook Air about 1 1/2 years ago….and I’ve never looked back.
You open the Mac up, and the damn thing is just READY TO GO.
And it’s not just ONE reason I’ve switched to Macs…..it’s like 150 very very small things that make the overall experience a pleasure.
Learning all the little tricks has helped boost my productivity a HUGE amount since I spend about 10 hours a day on a computer.
Laptop or desktop, these MacHackz will save you time:
IF YOU LEARNED ANYTHING FROM THIS VIDEO please either:
- Comment on the video
- “Like” the video
- Share your own hack
- Share it with friends over FB or Twitter
- Send a sacrificial lamb to my apartment
Thank you! Enjoy the extra hour of your day!
(unless you’re a PC user…..in that case….umm…good luck :-)
One of the interesting things about being involved with AppSumo and all the products we sell, is people THANK US in odd ways.
I get emails all the time that start off with “THANKS YOU FATASS SUMO’S!”
Normally them’s fightin’ words….but it’s actually a sign of affection :-)
I’ve actually been using them!
Noah’s advice on how he became successful. Good inspirational stuff (ESPECIALLY to the young-un’s)!
You can also watch it in the Sumo Dojo Theater here:
If you wanna see a bunch of business ideas….and my feedback (on most of them), go here and look at the comments:
I’ve been going through each comment and responding (so all of them might not be done yet)….here’s what I feel like going through EVERY DAMN COMMENT and responding:
These are all business ideas people want to see validated in the SumoBusinessBlueprint style (which I must bragged has helped TOOONNS of people actually get off their ass and validate their idea instead of sitting on it forever).
It’s like free business idea research….check it out:
P.S. I’m still answering the comments one by one….so if you comment, it will get answered!
Me and Noah talk about getting stuff done ….plus some hiring tips:
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH…….I literally can’t stop laughing at the video intro to the next course I’m doing:
We’ve already made fun of “wantrepreneurs” who do EVERYTHING about starting a business….except anything useful. So that’s what this intro was for. Eventually it will be part of a longer video, but for now I just have the intro part ready
hahahahah (sorry, I had to laugh again at the level of cheesiness) :-)
This will be a continuation of the SumoBusinessBlueprint that’s helped so many people…….except this will be the Case Study Edition where I go through and show 4 different ways of going from idea to getting the first payday (in order from easiest to hardest).
Should be out soon :-)
Let me know if there’s any particular questions you have (although I already got like 140+ emails about this….so I’m pretty sure case studies and the ACTUAL PROCESS are what people wanna see).
You need to VALIDATE ideas before building them.
I’ve learned that the hard way.
If you FIRST validate, the real world will tell you if your idea sucks, or is worthy.
Here’s how to do it……here’s an interview with William Griggs of TheStartupSlingShot about how to do this:
(I hate the title of the interview….but it’s good content)!
FIRST COOL THING:
A guy named Ching originally bought the Behind The Scenes of a Muse course I made about how HouseOfRave works….then he also took the SumoBusinessBlueprint course….and he now had seen how easy some of this stuff was, and got started.
He immediately started writing down his ideas in a Google Doc, and came up with a “list of Muse businesses” to start:
See Ching’s Google Doc here.
I could tell he put some effort into this. He listed all his ideas, determined if people were willing to pay for the product/service, then scouted out potential drop shippers.
He then built a ghetto site for $0.00 (exactly as we recommend), and showed it to potential drop shippers. They liked it, so he then made a real store…which is an Australian Ukelele store!
Ching sent me a ukulele, check it out :-)
But more importantly Ching went from “Wantrepreneur” to “I own a business” very quickly.
Who knows if this will make Ching a bazillionaire (likely not on the first try)….but now he knows he CAN start a business, he knows HOW to start a business, and the next time (and next…and next….) he will get better and better.
Great job Ching :-)
SECOND COOL THING:
Samuel Pitcher sent this to me during Christmas as “A gift for the Sumo’s”.
I thought this was incredibly nice, and a GREAT way to get our attention!
For completely free, and without telling us, he took this static image and made it into an animation to use as video bumpers.
I thought this was DAMN cool…and I’m jealous I don’t have the skilzzz to do stuff like that!
AFTER IT WAS SAMUEL-IZED:
Pretty cool eh? Definitely NOT a bad way to get someone’s attention!
Great job Samuel!
Every entrepreneur has started a bunch of stupid (or not-so-stupid) businesses.
Some succeed, some fail, some just chug along. But lessons are learned every single time. Noah and I discuss some of the businesses we’ve tried (plus we totally butcher a Blind Melon song) :-)