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Jimmy Rose

DO LESS STUFF

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Creating time leverage (aka doing less work)

What do you do each week that results in less workload every week from now? In other words, are you doing stuff that gives you time leverage? Stuff that will continue to pay back your time into the future, like an investment. To me, this kind of mindset is the only way you can escape

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Becoming a digital minimalist

A couple of weeks ago, I listened to a Tropical MBA podcast episode where Dan Andrews interviewed Cal Newport about “Digital Minimalism.” This is the topic of his new book, which I haven’t yet read, but the discussion hit home. They talk about being constantly “connected” is bad for us. If you’re like me, you’ve

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Nurturing leads with a weekly curated newsletter

You’ve probably heard about “lead nurturing”. It means a couple of things. Sometimes it’s guiding your prospects towards a sale. To me, it’s a way of staying “top of mind” with both prospects and clients. Being top of mind helps with loads of important parts of your business – referrals, sales and marketing. Having an

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Getting away

Feels like I’ve been a ghost lately… It’s because for the last week I’ve been in Bangkok at an event called DCBKK. Around 300 entrepreneurs from around the world descend on the same hotel once every year. As usual, I went in with good intentions to get regular work done, including this newsletter. But with

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How to protect yourself from getting bitten by bad developers

So many times I’ve spoken with someone who is about to get their development done by someone offshore for a tenth of what they were quoted in Australia. Usually, someone has told them that they can just go to Upwork/Freelancer/whatever and hire cheap labour. Seems easy enough yeah? But I’m struggling to think of a

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