Jack Butcher

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When you make your first $ on the internet, you’ll realize: Time ≠ money Location ≠ opportunity Hard work ≠ smart work

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The Internet: Knowledge that used to cost $200,000, now available for $0. Arguments that you would never encounter in your life, now in limitless supply. Enjoy!

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If the internet isn't making you richer, you're doing it wrong.

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The internet removes the gatekeepers between talent and opportunity.

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The two sides of the internet: Consume to turn your time into other people’s assets. Produce to turn other people’s time into your assets.

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Building an online business is like playing a video game. - Instant feedback - Scoreboards everywhere - Infinite levels - Difficult to stop playing - Lots of people think it's stupid

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The internet is a trap for some, a lever for others.

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Use the internet to make friends.

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Make the internet work for you.

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Digitize your ideas, decentralize your income.

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The internet breaks the old paradigm of needing to show up somewhere physically to get paid. Use content to clone yourself.

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The internet is a tool to channel your interests into income.

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On the internet, you can build a network by writing to yourself.

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People using the internet to build an independent stream of income instead of obliterating their attention span. You love to see it.

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The internet makes it harder to be average.

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Imagine a world where you could get paid around the clock by selling your ideas to anyone with an internet connection. In this new reality, all you'd have to do to make this happen is make things you love and keep talking about them. No need to imagine. You already live there.

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Make your own luck: Publish your work on the internet.

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The internet is the highest-leverage tool human beings have ever created. Use it to free yourself.

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The internet gives you permission to build from anywhere.

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Use the internet to learn how to use the internet.

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If you have time to argue on the internet but you don't have what you want, you don't have time to argue on the internet.

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The social barriers to entry for online business are far greater than the technical barriers. Far more people quit over the opinions of strangers than lack of access to the tools.

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On the internet, you can build a cash-flowing asset from scratch. No permission required.

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The potential of the internet is buried beneath bad incentives.

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The internet amplifies upside and downside. Infinite potential, or infinite distraction.

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The internet is a competition for attention with 4.5 billion players.

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The Internet: Reduces your cost of distribution to zero. Increases your potential customer base to 4.54 billion.

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Why publish online? Because it builds a decentralized network of people who know what you can do, and trust that you can do it. It's an economic insurance policy.

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The internet makes it possible to align what you’d do for free with what you have for sale.

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The internet turns everything into a competition.

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Use the internet to outsource yourself. Build a tool. Record a class. Write on a topic. Build it once, sell it twice.

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You can’t outwork the internet, but you can make it work for you.

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Use the internet to multiply your capability.

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The internet shortens the amount of time between learning something and implementing it to virtually zero. It also shortens the amount of time to learn from what you implemented. Learn, implement, learn. This loop compounds exponentially.

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The internet is a free feedback machine.

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The internet is an environment where incremental change creates exponential outcomes. The more you iterate, the more people you reach, the more change you create, the more money you make.

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The internet incentivizes extremity.

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Physical business is fragile. - People - Inventory - Limited access Digital business is antifragile. - Code - Media - Unlimited access

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More people on the internet than ever before. More people on social media than ever before. More people consuming your content than ever before. Cement your online reputation before everyone goes back outside.

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The two facets of building a digital business: Generating attention (trading, short-term) Building relationships (investing, long-term) Get good at both.

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The same principles that determine the life or death of a brick and mortar business apply to any internet business: Build places that people want to come back to.

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Pre-internet: Behave inauthentically as a hedge against rejection. Post-Internet: Behave authentically as a hedge against mediocrity.

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The internet rewards the prolific.

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The internet allows you to fix the disparity between your value and your income.

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A simple metaphor for thinking about monetizing your online presence. You're building a "web": Blogs Videos Tweets Guest posts Emails All trapping traffic. The center being a website you own that hosts your ultimate objective; a sale, a conversation, an application, etc.

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Use digital infrastructure to amplify your individuality.

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Developing Transformative Digital Products: 1) Define the result. 2) Articulate a repeatable process for generating the result. 3) Build relationships with people that desire the result.

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Buy time, build online.

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The harsh reality of the digital economy: Build leverage or be leveraged.

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Use the internet to get paid to do your thing.

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