We actually meet up.
The Peer Pressure helps a great deal. It’s why it’s one of the key factors for success in this setting.
Not a deal-breaker — I do this every day — but several participants have shared that the actual meet-up helps. And a couple of them have gone on to start a Wednesday and a Friday morning session in Singapore
Thanks Chris for joining, and for the encouragement. It’s awesome to know that the Type-A Breakfast format is useful to people.
I am committed to helping organisers set up their own events in venues that work for them — by providing materials (logos, how-tos etc.)
Interesting post on Marketing Automation, Mitch Joel.
It seems like you love it (because it makes Mirum Agency more effective), but you hate it when you’re added to a list without permission / or without having had a prior relationship with the brand / person.
Charlene Li — Yes, Tesla has a product that people love. But what does Trump have that people love? He’s capitalising on the angst that people have; but does he actually offer something of value? Can you create a movement without “a product”; but by simply tapping on an emotion?
Writing a resume of your failures is a great idea…
Thanks for writing this post; and #respect for sharing yours openly.
I have a “Quarterly & Annual Retreat Checklist” — of all the articles I’ll read; and things I’ll do on my annual personal retreat. This article; and the task of updating my Failure Resume will go into that list!
Loic Le Meur — I’m very curious why you picked these 3 works, and placed them in this order.
Not surprised at “entrepreneurs”. But intrigued by the your selection of “Authors” and “Scientists”; and why “Author” first, before “Scientists”.
More importantly — would love to hear your reason.
Or was it random? :)