Inspiration Gained From Wonder Woman About Being Self-Assured In Business

The new Wonder Woman movie has been a smash hit, both at the box office and with the movie critics. It’s hard to find anyone who has seen the movie has anything bad to say about it. Wonder Woman has long been a popular superhero, especially with women who see her as a being a great role model. Wonder Woman is a strong woman, not just physically but morally, and many women love her for standing up for what she believes to be right, but also for believing in herself. Wonder Woman is a very self-assured character, and that is a trait that many people, men and women both, should embody. It’s also a very useful trait for business. How does Wonder Woman’s self-assuredness translate into business?

1. Focus

When you are self-assured, you know what you want and what you need to do. You have the focus and determination to do something, just as Wonder Woman did when she left her Island to go to London on a mission to destroy Ares. Sure, she took a short break to free a French town from oppression, but she never lost sight of her goal. Business leaders need the same sort of focus and determination – the self-assuredness – to go after their goals.

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2. Talent

You may be self-assured about a talent you have that you are proud of, something you are really good at doing. Develop that talent and push yourself to be your best, just as Wonder Woman trained on her island to become the best with an unrivalled skill in battle and strong will to overcome. You can bring talent to the table, but it must be honed and developed to reach its true potential.

3. Good

Wonder Woman is a strong, self-assured person with a good heart who does well, and she knows it. She willingly crossed a World War I battle just to do a good deed. Businesses who have self-assured leaders willing to be good and do good like Wonder Woman will have high morale, retain employees, and have long-term success.

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4. Don’t Take No

Wonder Woman is a person who refuses to take “no” for an answer. She willingly disobeyed her mother’s order to remain on the island so she could join the war going on outside her home. Business leaders should know what they want and not take “no” for an answer but find another way that will lead to a “yes”.

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5. The Unknown

Wonder Woman wanted to leave and join the fight outside her home, even though she had no idea what she would be facing out there and was warned she would not be allowed to return. Business leaders need to be willing to face the unknown as well, in order to advance. Doing so allows the chance to learn new skills and make new relationships.

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You can find some more useful business lessons from Wonder Woman here.

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How To Build A Sales Funnel That Actually Makes You Money [INFOGRAPHIC]

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For businesses, it’s been recommended to build a sales funnel to help you make money from all the marketing you do. Many people, especially those who do internet marketing, don’t do this, or they don’t do it correctly. Have you had trouble with sales funnels not making you money and getting frustrated by it? Or have you thought a sales funnel is too complicated to try or as something that won’t actually work?  If any of these apply to you, it’s time to take another look at sales funnels, because they actually can make you money. Here’s how you can build one.

How To Build A Sales Funnel That Actually Makes You Money

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How To Monetize Your Email Lists

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Marketing is an important asset for businesses to make money, and it can take various forms, such as social media, traditional advertising, and online advertising. Another way is with email. Believe it or not, you can use your email lists to make money aside just from the basic advertising aspect. Really, you can, and this is particularly important for someone who doesn’t have a product or service they’re trying to promote, such as someone who runs a blog. How can someone like them monetize their emails lists? There are a variety tricks to making your email lists pay off for you, and they can work for those promoting products or not.

1. Affiliate
For those of you who aren’t trying to promote a product but run a blog, add affiliate marketing to your blog and chose products you readers would be interested in a review. Your email newsletter subscribers will visit your post, and hopefully be interested in purchasing the reviewed products so you will earn a commission.

2. Premium Content
If you run a blog, offer a paid membership to your subscribers for access to premium content. If your readers enjoy your content enough, they may be willing to pay for access to a premium site with exclusive content.

3. Ads
Places ads on your blog to promote other websites or products and get paid each time someone clicks an ad.

4. Niche Product
Develop quality products or services specific to your niche and market them. Better quality products will get you more money. This will work for any type of email list.

5. List Renting/Selling
You can make some money renting out or selling your email subscriber list, but it’s not really the best idea because you’re giving competitors the chance to target your audience with their own content.

6. Commission-Based Offers
Email your subscribers with a special discount or coupon related to what they’re interested in, and they’ll be appreciative of it. They’ll feel reward to their loyalty and you’ll get a commission for every offer that’s redeemed.

7. Trading/Sharing Lists
Trade or share your email list with similar niches. For example, a gaming blog’s list can be beneficial to a comic book one, and vice versa. Trading or sharing lists can be beneficial to both by expanding their target audience.

8. Smart Links
When sending out newsletters, be sure to include links to pages that make you most revenue and no more. You don’t want to overload your email with too many options and not enough revenue.

9. Autoresponders
Autoresponders are a handy tool. We use them often when we go on vacation, but they can be set to be sent out at any time, such as after a certain action. For example, you can send out an offer for an online course when someone visits a related post.

10. Social
It may seem obvious to use your email to promote your social media, but if you are on sites like YouTube or Instagram, that have monetization options and you have them set, be sure to use your emails to encourage visits to those sites.

11. Abandoned Carts
If you have an online store, you have probably experienced abandoned shopping carts at some point. Use your email to retarget those abandoned carts. Send out a friendly reminder, and maybe provided some small incentive offer, like a discount, to get them to come back and finish checking out.

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The Best Mobile Apps To Grow Your Business

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Thanks to all the different apps available now, more people use their smartphones for games and online things than they do for an actual phone. With all the various apps available, a business owner can take advantage of them and use them not only for personal pleasure but to also grow their business. Yes, it can be done, and here are some examples of the best mobile apps to use to grow your business.

1. Evernote

This is a handy digital notebook app. It can be used to make notes about all sorts of things. You can not only use it to organize your thoughts and ideas, but you can use it to take notes during business meetings, outline blog posts, makes notes about clients, etc. Even better, you can use it without the need for a WiFi connection.

2. Wunderlist

This is nice little to-do list app. According to their description, “Wunderlist is a simple to-do list and task manager app that helps you get stuff done. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to capture, share and complete your to-dos. Wunderlist instantly syncs between your phone, tablet and computer, so you can access your to-dos from anywhere.” And it’s free to use, but there is also a premium version available that allows unlimited to-dos, upload larger files, etc.

3. RescueTime

This useful app even rated 5 stars on PC Mag. This app will track your time spent, so you won’t have to wonder where it all went anymore. You can see exactly what you are doing, see what your daily habits are, and adjust accordingly so you can be more productive.

4. Slack

This is a handy app for sharing files, pictures, links and other important information with your colleagues. You can share one-on-one or with multiple people at once.

5. LinkedIn

This is a great social media site for professional networking. Get on it to connect with friends, old colleagues, and others in your industry. It provides a great way to market your business to others in your industry. You can access LinkedIn from your web browser or with the mobile app. Get the apps for other social media sites, as well, such as Twitter and Facebook, to help make your social media marketing easier.

6. MailChimp

This is a useful email tool for building and managing email lists. You can also use it for creating and sending newsletters, and for building email templates. The tool also allows you to track the performance of your emails, letting you send more relevant emails to your customers.

7. WinStreak

This is a neat little app that lets you set three “win” goals to complete each day. You can set goals strictly for business, or add in a more personal task here and there.

8. Pocket Analytics

This handy app lets you see data and analytics from various sources and accounts, all in one place. You can view metrics data from your website, social media, and more while on the go, all with this one app.

That’s just some of the many apps available that business owners can use to grow their business. You can learn more and find more examples of apps by going to this article, this article, this article, this article, and this article.

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Business Lessons We Can Learn From Mark Zuckerberg

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When you think of entrepreneurs who have gone on to make fortunes and names for themselves, one of the first to come to mind inevitably is Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the popular social media site, Facebook. Many entrepreneurs dream of finding the success he has managed to find, or at least a portion of the success he has. If one was to try to learn from a successful entrepreneur how to successfully run a business, he is undoubtedly one of the first choices to come to mind. So, just what sort of business lessons would Zuckerberg offer to a budding entrepreneur? Here a few of many.

1. Explore First
Before committing to anything, explore your options first. Don’t be afraid to try new things. Be open to learning new things, explore, and find what you love, then follow that. Remember that the ideas you have should be big enough to have an impact, and to do that you will have to change what you do. Just be sure that you do what you love, too.

2. Not Superhuman
We are not superhuman. We are not perfect. We all make mistakes. Don’t be afraid to try new things, to make mistakes and fail. We learn from our mistakes, after all. We don’t know how to handle everything on our own, either. We can’t do it all alone, either. We need to have a good, reliable team to work with and support us. Find those who share your passion to team up with you, as well as people who compliment your skills.

3. “Done is better than perfect.”
This is the phrase painted on the wall inside Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, California. It is like the mantra for the company. It essentially means that instead of trying to make everything perfect at once, you should seek and strive to test boundaries and improve things.

4. Higher Purpose
Businesses need to have a higher purpose. Building a business and building a mission go hand in hand. Facebook was originally not meant to be a company, that’s what it evolved into. Facebook’s mission was to make the open the world and connect people; its business side is serving to advertise to people and exposing them to brands they might be interested in.

5. “Move fast and break things.”
This is one of Facebook’s mottos. Basically, if you’re not breaking things, you’re not moving fast enough. It means, basically, that if you aren’t making mistakes, you aren’t moving fast enough. In a letter to shareholders, Zuckerberg says, “Moving fast enables us to build more things and learn faster. However, as most companies grow, they slow down too much because they’re more afraid of making mistakes than they are of losing opportunities by moving too slowly.”

6. Take Risks
One of the quotes Zuckerberg is known for is, “The biggest risk is not taking any risk.” He explains it further as, “In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy where you’re guaranteed to fail is not taking any risk and not changing anything.” So don’t be afraid to take risks. Some risks won’t pay off, but the ones that do will make it worth it.

7. Being CEO
On being a CEO: “I’ve always focused on a couple of things,” Zuckerberg said. “One is having a clear direction for the company and what we build. And the other is just trying to build the best team possible toward that … I think as a company, if you can get those two things right—having a clear direction on what you are trying to do and bringing in great people who can execute on the stuff—then you can do pretty well.”

8. Listen
Listen to your users and customers. Listen quantitatively and qualitatively. They will tell you to want they want and need, and how well you are doing and what should change. They can make you better, and that will make them happy.

9. Dream Big
Build something that will make positive changes in the world and impact future generations, improve lives and bring people together. Have big dreams, know what you want, and plan how to get there. Start small but think big and be willing to sacrifice to make your business a success.

 

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