Reading This Book Will Make You Rethink Your Life Decisions —7 daily success habits of wealthy individuals
Reading This Book Will Make You Rethink Your Life Decisions —7 daily success habits of wealthy individuals
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7 daily success habits of wealthy individuals

Are there some rituals or behaviors rich people consistently practice that impact their success?

Are there traits or strategies we can incorporate into our own day-to-day lives that can give us a better chance of financial success?

If you’ve asked yourself questions like that, Rich Habits is for you.

In his book Rich Habits — The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, Tom Corley suggests there are some behaviors and habits that differentiate rich people from poor.

For five years he observed habits — which he defines as daily, unconscious practices — of 233 rich people and 128 people living in poverty. …


Make your articles stand out to reach more people

Find the Perfect Image for Your Content in 6 Steps to Increase Your Reach —Make your articles stand out to reach more people
Find the Perfect Image for Your Content in 6 Steps to Increase Your Reach —Make your articles stand out to reach more people
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You have eight seconds!

Eight seconds to entice your audience.

Eight seconds to convince them to click.

Eight seconds before they scroll away and forget you.

Human attention span is at its lowest ever — thanks to technology!.

According to a study by Microsoft, the average human being now has an attention span of eight seconds. This is a sharp decrease from the average attention span of 12 seconds in the year 2000. More shocking, perhaps, is the fact that research from Jampp found that human attention span decreases by a whopping 88 percent every year.

Take a minute to soak that in. Now, think carefully about the implications of this for your content creation strategy. …


Hidden gems from The Innovation

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Welcome to the weekly reading list.

The aim of this weekly list is to give more visibility to high-quality articles written by writers with few followers. We believe, these weekly reading lists will provide recognition and another opportunity for readership for the writers.

Each day, we will choose 2 articles and we’ll be delivering you 14 high-quality hidden gems.

To make it more transparent, we will choose the articles based on these criteria:

  • Articles with few views
  • Articles that are written for readers
  • Articles that add value for readers
  • Stories that are complete, clean, offering a good reading experience, and so on. …


Tools that help you write more efficiently

7 Must-Have Tools to Supercharge Your Content Creation Process —Tools that help you write more efficiently
7 Must-Have Tools to Supercharge Your Content Creation Process —Tools that help you write more efficiently
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If there’s one skill that everyone can continue to improve upon, it’s writing.

Yes, everyone can be a better writer.

Writing isn’t just about putting your thoughts and ideas down, it’s an important step towards creating something new.

However, it’s not always easy to write out your thoughts in a meaningful way.

With an array of writing tools available on the internet, you can easily start writing anytime you get a thought or idea, get feedback and suggestions on your work, and let your tools tell you whether you are grammatically correct!

The following list details my favorite writing and content creation tools and resources for taking any idea through to its written conclusion. …


The right blog images are more important than you think

Increase Your Reach by Differentiating Your Images from the Crowd —The right blog images are more important than you think
Increase Your Reach by Differentiating Your Images from the Crowd —The right blog images are more important than you think
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When you’re blogging, you might think that your words are the most important piece to worry about. Well, this isn’t the case anymore.

As Neil Patel says words aren’t enough. Especially when writing a blog post for the web. What you need to understand is that your audience is lazy. They want information as fast as they can get it.

They don’t want to struggle to read and digest your content. They want to be able to understand it quickly and easily to ascertain whether it’s going to be of any value to them.

For this reason, images are a powerful element in content creation because they can increase views and attention exponentially. …


Hidden gems from The Innovation

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Photo by Deena Englard on Unsplash

Welcome to the weekly reading list.

The aim of this weekly list is to give more visibility to high-quality articles written by writers with few followers. We believe, these weekly reading lists will provide recognition and another opportunity for readership for the writers.

Each day, we will choose 2 articles and we’ll be delivering you 14 high-quality hidden gems.

To make it more transparent, we will choose the articles based on these criteria:

  • Articles with few views
  • Articles that are written for readers
  • Articles that add value for readers
  • Stories that are complete, clean, offering a good reading experience, and so on. …


9 tools to get back in your creative flow

Generate Hundreds of Content Ideas from One Phrase in 15 Minutes with These Tools
Generate Hundreds of Content Ideas from One Phrase in 15 Minutes with These Tools
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Empty Google docs. Empty editorial calendars. Empty Medium posts. Sometimes content creators have to deal with a lot of emptiness, and turn all that blank space into content that attracts, and engages, and converts.

Once you’ve established yourself as a quality writer, it’s tough to maintain the kind of idea consistency you need. Without that consistency, it’s impossible to churn out quality content day after day, week after week.

How do you keep the ideas and creativity flowing constantly to ensure consistent traffic, reads, and views?

Research from The Content Marketing Institute found that “57% of B2B marketers say that producing content consistently is their biggest struggle.” …


An excellent tool for self-discovery and clarity

15 Self Reflection Journals to Help You Organize Your Thoughts and Rediscover Yourself — Tool for self-reflection and clarity
15 Self Reflection Journals to Help You Organize Your Thoughts and Rediscover Yourself — Tool for self-reflection and clarity
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Keeping a journal is a difficult task. I hate to admit how many abandoned notebooks are buried in my worktable.

However, taking care of ourselves, both outside and inside, is crucial to leading a happy, productive, and healthy life. And, I believe, journaling may be the key.

Journaling is an excellent tool for self-reflection and clarity.

Self-reflection is akin to looking at yourself in the mirror. It helps you become aware of your emotions, your deep subconscious beliefs, recurrent thought patterns, inner conflicts, and unresolved issues.

With regular practice, you are able to notice negative thought patterns and unhealthy habits and behavior. …


Hidden gems from The Innovation

Image for post
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Photo by Deena Englard on Unsplash

Welcome to the weekly reading list.

The aim of this weekly list is to give more visibility to high-quality articles written by writers with few followers. We believe, these weekly reading lists will provide recognition and another opportunity for readership for the writers.

Each day, we will choose 2 articles and we’ll be delivering you 14 high-quality hidden gems.

To make it more transparent, we will choose the articles based on these criteria:

  • Articles with few views
  • Articles that are written for readers
  • Articles that add value for readers
  • Stories that are complete, clean, offering a good reading experience, and so on. …


You can get thousands of views even if you have a low score

Are Headline Analysis Tools Really Helpful for Writers —You can get thousands of views even if you have low score
Are Headline Analysis Tools Really Helpful for Writers —You can get thousands of views even if you have low score
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What’s a foolproof way to ensure that no one reads your content?

Writing a boring headline!

Some writers argue you should spend 80% of your time on headlines and the other 20% writing an article. Whether or not you agree with that, one thing’s certain: if a person can’t get past your headline, the content means nothing.

On average, 8 out of 10 people will read headline copy, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest. Even the Father of Advertising, David Ogilvy was known for his revolutionary headline philosophy.

“On average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar.” …

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Digital Marketing & Growth Consultant | Creative Content Creator & Strategist | Double MSc. @ SGH Warsaw & TU Berlin in Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship

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