The 20th of November is entrepreneur’s day. American entrepreneur Lawrence Levels argues why, by 2035, more than 1 billion digital nomads will live on Earth, meaning freelancers and entrepreneurs who will travel as a lifestyle, working from anywhere on their online businesses. As a freelancer myself and working with other freelancers, I have lately become… Read More Surely, Dear Collectivity, from A Freelancer Full of Verve
A quarter of a century ago, reading was a habit that implied proactivity on the part of the reader: someone who was interested in a particular topic usually went to the library, bookstore, or antique shop to find a few proper volumes suited to the desired topic, and studied them carefully, patiently and meticulously. Reading… Read More In Search Of Lost Discipline
When I found out, at the end of the last decade, how some people tend to use Facebook, I said: “Facebook is a personal branding tool that looks like a weapon. In the hands of a professional, it can have some pretty spectacular results. But, instead, a novice can shoot himself or herself with it.”… Read More The Invisible War Against Speed Reading
This day marks the 10th anniversary of a particular experimental article I published on Debug Your Mind. Fend Your Back from Non-Sense: Get Value! Why was it special? First of all, because of the CTR of this copywriting piece: 19%! That means that 19 % of the people who read this blogvertising article actually clicked… Read More Fend Your Back from Nonsense: Get Value!
” If all you have in your hand is a hammer, then everything around you will seem nails.” Abraham Maslow When it comes to speed reading, the emphasis is rightly placed on the speed of the inner voice. The faster someone succeeds in reading silently, the closer (s)he is to the freedom to read faster… Read More The Quality of the Inner Voice.
Motto: “Ask, and it will be given to you, seek, and you will find, knock, and the door will be opened to you” (Matthew 7.7) Jesus Christ Offer before receiving! Whoever is not content with a little is not worthy of more, either. (Romanian Proverb) The more we get, the better we notice… Read More How to Create a Better World by Means of “Thank You”
” Failure will never overwhelm me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.” Og Mandino When people learn something, the temptation to learn quickly is stimulated by the small successes obtained at the beginning. Therefore, I have expressed the idea somewhat unusually from several points of view to stimulate the reader’s logical mind. So,… Read More What NOT to Do to Be Successful Right Off the Bat
Motto: ” If you consume without putting anything back, then one day, you will see how all your work becomes the property of others.” Silviu Vasile,” The secrets of speed reading” The learning pyramid model encourages us to teach others as quickly as possible what we study ourselves: we retain 95% of what we apply… Read More 7 Obstacles In Efficient Learning
This is an extensive review of an internet marketing program in which I have participated. In it, I will not dwell upon other programs offered by Lisa Marie Pepe or others. By reading it, you will have the following: what are some of my professional opinions, as a (1) marketer and (2) trainer over the… Read More “The Confidence to Clients Method for Female Coaches and Online Entrepreneurs” by Lisa Marie Pepe. Review by Marcus Victor Grant
Motto: Efficiency means putting the ladder on a wall and going to the other side as quickly as possible. Effectiveness means also choosing the right wall. Maximum results, with minimum effort. It is not only a loafer’s summer dream, but it also happens to masters! Do you want it, too? Of course, you will want… Read More The Secret Of Small Efforts In Learning
Many who imagine they are preoccupied with “personal development” recommend for themselves and praise a small trilogy of films aiming at the documentary name but are not. I am referring to the films What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004, R: William Antz, Betsy Chasse, Mark Vincente), The Secret (2006, r: Drew Heriot, Sean Byrne, Marc Goldenfein,… Read More Spoon-feeding V.2.0: The Universe According To Simpletons
On July 16th, 1918, the Russian Imperial Romanov family was executed during the Russian Civil War, which concluded with the inauguration of the first major Communist experiment as a tryout for the worldwide communism takeover that started in 2020. On July 16th, 2012, the political anticipation film The Dark Knight Rises was officially launched with… Read More The Dark Rise of the Knight (10 Years Later)
The 3rd of July is the international “Compliment Your Mirror” Day. Motto: “What is it about me that attracts people?” I am sure, without a doubt, that any person has asked this question at least once in their life. Well, I just had an insight based on a dream. Honestly, I don’t believe in paying… Read More Imagined Mirrors of the Absolute
The 20th of June every year is the international day of productivity. Motto: “God, please give me the power to change what I can, accept what I can’t, and the wisdom to know the difference.” What do you change when something doesn’t fit? The external reality, or territory, causes particular problems for each… Read More What I Have Learnt from Brian Tracy’s Exercise
On the 5th of June 1967, 55 years ago, the 6 days War started. It was just one of the many within the history of the modern conflict between Israel and Palestine. I have always considered this topic a very interesting and tense one. I would like to share with you on this occasion some… Read More Video Recommendations for Understanding the Israel-Palestine conflict
CraftLift is a program created by joining the efforts of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and leaders in support of Romanian pupils who are looking forward to making a meaningful contribution by supporting a better future for adolescents who have already proven their dedication to performance. I, Marcus Victor Grant, am the founder of this program I have… Read More Contribute Now to Sustain the CraftLift program
If you read this, then you personally or professionally know me pretty well, and it doesn’t matter if we talk in English, Romanian or Italian. I just wrote it in English because I know you’ll understand it. I don’t usually like to talk about my problems (or publicly express my emotions about them). Still, I… Read More How It Feels to Live With a Chronic Tooth Infection
“– Man, you’ve got a face… You should look in the mirror… You’re scaring away the customers! – Which customers?“ (True dialogue at a so-called business fair in 2006) Fair. Exhibition. Conference. Meeting. Forum. Congress. White paper session. Public contest. Festival. Niched Clubs. Experiential school. Case studies contest. Business simulations. Circle meetings. A few… Read More The Ethics of Fair & Conferences for Professional Participants
Motto: ” If you allow yourself to think you can lose a little money, you will end up losing a lot“ One of the features of capitalism is that people are contracting loans, and borrowing, to carry out economic activities. Some are making investments, planning, or hoping to obtain a profitable functional system to cover… Read More From Social Virtues to Economic Virtues
This article has multiple purposes. It will: support your understanding of some principles that might be helpful if you use technology provide a case study for consumer experience support you understand one of the reasons I have been delayed lately. Please read with attention to fully understand this article’s context and purpose. The context… Read More What Can Vendors Get Away With Under Amazon Warranty?