David Perell

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"The Writing Guy". He tweet about business, online learning, and Internet writing.

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Build a business that gives you more free time as you grow

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The higher you climb in your company, the more you need to write well.

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Improve your decisions, improve your business. Prioritize Speed, Move with Direction: Move at Internet speed, but never without direction. Find projects with big upside and low downside. Then, double-down on projects with momentum.

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Ambitious projects are under-rated. Paradoxically, ambition makes some things MUCH easier. Benefits of ambitious goals: 1. Way less competition πŸ₯Š 2. Easier to recruit employees πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ 3. Others want to promote the project for you πŸ“½οΈ Wish I'd learned this earlier.

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Forgotten ideas are an unfair advantage. Don’t try to invent everything yourself. Studying the past will help you solve your hardest problems. Places to look: β€’ Theory of Constraints β€’ Xerox PARC β€’ The Apollo Space Program β€’ Mid-20th century media theory

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People love to talk about compound interest on their investments, but the same principle applies to writing in public. Every year, your ideas can spread and grow in value at a faster and faster rate.

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Tips. Tricks. Hacks. Forget about them. If you want to grow your business, sell a quality product that customers tell their friends about.

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Understanding the online course industry begins with a single idea: selling a course is a lot harder than making one

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The best way to succeed is to define your own market. Average companies take a chunk of their market. Good companies monopolize their market. Great companies monopolize the market they created. Grow the market. Grow the company.

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Creator monetization is growing fast. Creators want to create, not run a business. Now they can. Creator-focused agencies are rising up just as software tools are removing a lot of the complexity. Wealth is transferring from big-name media companies to solo creators.

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Subscription podcasting is under-rated. People are extremely loyal to their favorite podcast creators. Die-hard fans want AMAs, in-depth show notes, and exclusive podcast episodes. Best of all, creators can benefit from the software-as-a-service model without many of the costs

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