For week 4 of my #NeverSettleClub we’re talking about learning to take action and #FailFast. Building on last week’s work identifying ways to monetize your passions, this week it’s time to start DOING something!
For week 3 of my #NeverSettleClub we’re talking about monetizing your passions. Building on last week’s work identifying your passions, this week I ask you to come up with as many ways to monetize your passions as possible, and then I teach you the formula you apply to find out which ideas can make good businesses.
On Monday, July 14th, Mario Armstrong appeared on Roland Martin’s NewsOne Now on TV One to promote his #NeverSettleClub™. Check out the segment above, then head over to NeverSettleClub.com to sign up today!
If you know me or follow me then you know I’m ALL about positivity, pursuing your dream and profiting from your passion! You also know I’m dedicated to helping others do the same thing. That’s the idea behind the #NeverSettleClub™, and my new 5 week interactive course for anyone looking to escape the 9-5 or take entrepreneurship to the next level.
I really want to do two things: share my experience and expertise, and create a community where we can inspire, educate and support each other. So for 5 weeks I’ll be posting a video each week on a new topic, complete with homework and exercises, that will help you get to your goals. Then at the end of each week we’ll do a live video event to catch up on your questions and feedback.
The best part? It’s FREE! And it kicks off today! Join our #NeverSettleClub™ Facebook Group to get all the latest videos, comments and feedback from your entrepreneurial peers – let’s Never Settle together!
After months of speculation, at yesterday’s special event in Seattle, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos took to the stage and unveiled their Fire phone.
It’s got 4 cameras that track your head at all times to offer an immersive 3D experience. It’s got 24-7 support from live human beings you can get to in under 10 seconds by hitting the “Mayday” button. And it makes it really, really easy to scan a real-world object and then immediately buy it from Amazon.
Attention Digital Parents! You’re going to love this one.
Right now, there are a few problems for digital parents and their connected families. From difficulties with sharing the things you’re doing and love, to managing apps, music and TV shows purchased on different people’s accounts, digital parents can often get overwhelmed trying to manage it all!
With iOS 8, coming to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch this fall, Apple is hoping to make things a little bit easier.
At their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco today, Apple announced the latest version of their mobile operating system, iOS 8. Coming this fall, iOS 8 offers a bunch of upgrades that should make life for iPhone and iPad users a lot easier. Here’s a look at all the features you’ll want to know about!
It’s official says Brian X. Chen, reporting for the NY Times: Apple, ending weeks-long speculation on the deal, says today that they’re buying Beats for $3 billion. While a little bit less than the $3.2 billion I reported back on May 8th, this is still a huge deal for both companies, and Apple’s largest acquisition since they bought NeXT computer, bringing Steve Jobs back to the company he founded, for $400 million in 1997.
With all the speculation coming to an end, it’s time to examine the question many are still asking: Why did Apple buy Beats anyway? Here are my top 5 reasons I think this acquisition makes sense for both companies.
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