Matthew Kobach

Matthew Kobach quotes on time management

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Success looks a lot like consistency over a long period of time

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There’s no hack for getting fit. There’s no hack for building a community. There’s no hack for maintaining a meaningful relationship. All the best things in life require consistent effort over long periods of time.

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Social media marketing is more art than science If it were a science anyone could replicate success time and time again

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You don't need more time, you need more focused time

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Long-term marketing: Brand building that endures over time. Short-term marketing: sales-focused activations that increase revenue. Both are important. Long-term marketing builds brand equity. Short-term marketing cashes in the equity you’ve built.

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When creating a video for social media: • You have 1 second to convince someone to watch for 3 seconds • You have 3 seconds to convince someone to watch for 10 seconds • After 10 seconds the narrative needs to convince someone to watch until the end

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If you’re asking someone for their time, you’re asking for their most valuable resource

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Fitness. Mental health. Fulfilling relationships. Happiness. Building a community. There are no short cuts to achieving any of these. There is only time and effort.

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There are so many things under your control that it’s silly to waste your time focusing on anything that’s not

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Learning what someone does with their free time tells you more about that person than learning what they do for work

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One magical date doesn’t result in a meaningful relationship One in-depth conversation doesn’t result in an enduring friendship One amazing piece of content doesn’t result in an engaged audience These things take time, effort, and consistency

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Some posts take two minutes to write Some posts take two hours to write Some posts take two days to write Some posts take two weeks to write Some posts take two months to write Know which posts require two months, and which posts require two minutes

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I cannot overemphasize the importance of taking the time to do one thing, and only one thing, deeply

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Working harder is irrelevant if you’re not working on the right thing, no matter how many hours you put in

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The best time to network is when you don’t need to The best time to exercise is when you don’t need to The best time to build an audience is when you don’t need to

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Posting one piece of content and expecting immediate results is no different then planting seeds and expecting to eat the fruit the next day. It takes time, it takes effort, and it take patience. You must water, prune, and care for it before you can reap any fruit.

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The best way to think new thoughts is to deliberately set aside time for thinking new thoughts

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