Arrggh!

Trying to be more successful can be stressful, am I right?

It seems the bigger your goals, the greater your ambition... also the greater your stress.

I lived most of my life like that: Big goals… and big stress.

But after spending time with many of the world’s greatest achievers I discovered something…
They don’t.

Some of the most relaxed, present and attentive people I’ve met are the ones with the biggest responsibilities and the big ‘B’ next to their net worth.

How do they do it (all)?

That is what I am going to attempt to explain in a special 10-part video series I’m delivering exclusively through DarrenDaily.

I think you will enjoy it. More info here:

If you are not currently registered for DarrenDaily, I encourage you to do so here: www.DarrenDaily.com

If you haven’t been tuning into DD as regularly as you should (what?? :-O) then start doing so by this Monday, November 2nd.

If you want members of your team, clients, partners, friends and family to be more focused, productive and happy, then suggest they too register before this special series starts.
Forward them this post with your loving thoughts.

Just send them here to register (with your passionate prodding): www.DarrenDaily.com/BIGSuccess

 

If you are already subscribed to DarrenDaily you’ll be receiving them automatically (no need to re-register.)

The series will begin Monday, November 2nd.

Here’s a sneak peak of just of few of the topics we will cover:

  • Your #1 Asset as a Business
  • How to Win Every Time
  • The Most important Skill you need to learn
  • How to DOUBLE your productivity
  • The Greatest Secret of the Rich
  • ...and much, much more!

If you are not already a DarrenDaily subscriber click here now.

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6 Ways to Disrupt Yourself & Grow Your Business

Last week I introduced you to the ultimate business breaker and disrupter. As promised, today I will outline six ways you can consider disrupting yourself and your business.

When I think of a company that has repeatedly disrupted itself and as a result has withstood the test of time and continues to thrive to the tune of $33 billion dollars a year 165 years later, American Express comes to mind. American Express was founded as an express shipping company much like FedEx is today. Though it was only supposed to last for 10 years and then be dissolved, it was too profitable. So the partners simply created a new company around the name, and continued on, business as usual... READ MORE

 

The BEST of my private findings from all of my research, development & interactions, delivered daily to you:

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If It Ain’t Broke, Break It (before someone else does!)

I have a fair warning for you today: Your business model will be broken. 
It’s not if, it’s only when. You can’t stop it; you have no choice in the matter. The only choice you have is who gets to break it.

Destroyers will come out of nowhere—out of your competitor’s skunk works lab, from a pizza and Red Bull fueled college dorm room or from an upstart founded in some remote city in the world you’ve never even heard of before.

The destroyer’s weapon of choice? Technology... CLICK TO READ MORE

 

In only 5 minutes a day, 5 days a week, 260 times a year I can help you level up your success and transform your life:

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3 Questions Every Business Needs to Ask

Business used to be B to C. Or even B to B to C.
That is no longer. It’s over.

There are no B to C business left on the planet.
They have all been extinguished.

You see, before Producers had control.
They controlled distribution, retail, advertising and their brand narrative.
But today they have not lost control. Technology has, let’s say, exposed the king, and now we see whether he is wearing any pants. The scaling and proliferation of technology has dramatically and swiftly shifted the power base from Producers-in-control to Consumers-in-control. Technology has enabled the network effect to take the reigns of power.

Now consumers are the key influencers for every service and every business on, and off, the web. As Warren Buffett has said... CONTINUE READING

 

I’m often asked, “Will you be my mentor?” Today my answer is YES:

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