Category: Faith

7 Takeaways from The Chosen for Entrepreneurs

Welcome back to another faith episode. Today, we’re going to discuss seven takeaways from the TV series, The Chosen.
If you haven’t watched The Chosen, I highly recommend it. It is my favorite TV series of all time. The series is about the life of Jesus Christ and while I’ve seen many different series and Media Productions about Christ, none of them have resonated with me in the way that this production does.

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10 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn from It’s a Wonderful Life

Merry Christmas! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season and spending time with your loved ones. One of my favourite Christmas movies is It’s a Wonderful Life. In fact, it’s actually in my top three movies of all time. In today’s episode, I wanted to share 10 lessons we can learn from It’s a Wonderful Life and apply to our businesses.

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Why Hard Work Beats Out Natural Talent

Tim Notke, a high school basketball coach, said, “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” This is so true in business. As entrepreneurs, we have to learn how to work hard if we want to succeed. In today’s episode, we’re going to discuss the importance of hard work.

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Seeing Our Customers Through Mom Eyes

Welcome back to another faith episode. Today we’re going to talk about how to see our customers through “mom eyes.” In our home, everybody knows that my wife, Crystal, is really good at finding things. In fact, we know that if we can’t find something, all we have to do is ask her and she will be able to find it. If we tell her we can’t find something, my wife will often tell us to go back and look through “mom eyes.”

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How to Fail Successfully

For many of us who are digital marketers, we love the concept of split testing. The concept of split testing is to try several different methods in order to find the one that does the best. We learn which method does the worst and turn those off, and then create variations of the methods that do the best. Then we can repeat that split testing process so we can find more variations of what’s working best.

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