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Oct 7, 2018 5 tweets 1 min read
My mom showed me a flyer for a local Board of Education campaign

It was professionally done garbage

The candidates listed their credentials in the most boring way possible and did not address clear benefits to the voter

Basic copywriting and persuasion win political campaigns. I should have taken a picture, but I didn't.

It basically started off with "Our town's schools are good - but we're going to make them better!"

Now look, I don't do political campaigns, but the principles are the same.
Sep 24, 2018 5 tweets 1 min read
One of the simplest ways to learn anything well is to reverse engineer what a master at it does, then apply those principles to your own skills.

Protip: If they're really good at something, the chances are damn near 100% that everything they do is intentional. Let's talk about 3 masters I've reverse engineered or am in the process of reverse engineering.

(quick ass thread) 🔽
Sep 11, 2018 18 tweets 4 min read
Dan Lok successfully funneled me from his YouTube channel and got me to buy his $2500 7 week training on closing high ticket sales.

It was so fucking masterfully done that I had to buy it based on the entire process (or better stated - JOURNEY) of how I got funneled into it. Alright, so let's turn this into a thread.

If any of you are into any form of copywriting or sales, listen the fuck up.

You're going to learn something important.
Sep 6, 2018 7 tweets 2 min read
Most men lack strong social skills.

They don't do things like:

Introduce themselves properly
Make strong eye contact
Use the other person's name
Carry themselves with positive energy

Like with anything else, do these things and you WILL stand out from the herd. You know what, let's make this a mini thread:

Introduce yourself properly:

Say your damn name
Look them in the eye
Give them a firm handshake, a fist pound, chest bump, whatever. Do something.

If you're making a pitch, say what you do and how you can help them.
Aug 25, 2018 12 tweets 4 min read
Fun fact: it's 2018, and your cell phone, laptop, and apps are FUCKING up your productivity and focus.

Recently, I spoke with a productivity and organization expert, @iamjustincscott

He taught me some very useful info to fix this problem - that you can use too.

(brief thread) First, clean your damn phone up

Your phone distracts the everliving hell out of you.

Even when you just turn it on, your phone hits you with 100 notifications you missed because you haven't touched it in 5 minutes.
Aug 21, 2018 16 tweets 3 min read
Some of you guys who want to grow your Twitter account have great themes and information - you just need to tweet more.

Try doubling your daily rate and using an app like Buffer to schedule your tweets for when people are most active. If you have something like 2:1 tweets per followers (or better), then that's a good sign that you just have to put more content out there.
Aug 16, 2018 11 tweets 3 min read
Do you feel like you're wasting too much time on Twitter, or you just want to focus it to make it more useful for YOU?

Good, because I have some practical suggestions for you.

Here are 7 no-bullshit ways to turn Twitter into a self-development tool.

(Brief thread) 1. Only follow accounts that drop useful information based on your goals.

Any account that doesn't help you (in terms of mindset & practical information) should either be unfollowed or put on a separate list - such as politics.

Cut the bullshit and you'll be less distracted.
Aug 10, 2018 16 tweets 4 min read
Tired of not getting your texts and calls returned?

Sometimes people are busy - sure - but if it's a reoccurring issue...

It's because they're not motivated enough.

The reason why?

You're not providing enough value.

So how do you solve this?

(THREAD) The answer, obviously, is to build your value up and express it better.

So first, become more charismatic.

All other factors being the same, there is serious value in having charisma.
Aug 9, 2018 13 tweets 4 min read
Many of you wonder what it takes to succeed in online business.

Since being introduced to this space, I've met many young entrepreneurs who knew a hell of a lot more than I did about business at a younger age.

As I talked to them - I've noticed that they share at least 5 traits First, follow these guys.

@StartSellingSSS Boss Dropshipper & Site Creator

@schm7dt Boss eCom Bro & Copywriter

@Jakub_Remi Boss eCom Site Improver

@kobegatsby Boss Microniche Targeter & Consultant

@DannyRoars Boss of Bosses

So what do they have in common?
Aug 5, 2018 16 tweets 4 min read
How should you feel after accomplishing one of the biggest goals of your entire life?


Blown away by the freedom?

Many of you know I quit my job on Friday - for good.

Let's talk about that shit.

(short thread) 🔽 Frankly, quitting my job has been my #1 goal over the last few years - and it's one of the most significant goals I've accomplished in my life.

But it has not fully set in

Freedom is at my fingertips; I can do whatever the hell I want and make a full-time income (& a lot more)
Jul 24, 2018 22 tweets 4 min read
Why Should You Develop Your Talent Stack? (THREAD)

I talk about the talent stack all the time. It's not my term - it was coined by @ScottAdamsSays

I just liked it so much that I abused the hell out of it - and rightfully so.

Here's why the talent stack gets you what you want. First, however, let's define the term.

The "talent stack" refers to developing a collection of skills that work in tandem to dramatically increase your value to the world.
Jun 17, 2018 20 tweets 4 min read
This is the first #fathersday without my dad, and although it's difficult to discuss, I will talk about it anyway.

Sometimes you learn more when a person isn't around than when they're still alive and kicking. My dad lived a great life. When he was young, he was athletic, active, and had a quirky set of humor. He joined a band in his late teens and his twenties, he lifted weights religiously, he made many great friendships, and he got all the girls he wanted.
May 28, 2018 19 tweets 3 min read
How Negative Mindsets Hold You Back From Your Goals (THREAD)

I see smart, hardworking people with a lot of potential stop themselves from achieving what they want. Hell, we all know these types of people. They're everywhere.

Here are the most common reasons why: Stubbornness

Generally speaking, stubbornness means that you're shutting yourself out to new ideas. You can be the smartest person in the world, but if you're too stubborn to try new ideas you're going to get the same results.
May 26, 2018 29 tweets 5 min read
6 Ways to Improve your Time Efficiency (Thread)

If you're like me, you don't like to waste time.

This thread will focus on getting more from your time as opposed to wasting it with nonsense.

By no means is this an extensive list; just a collection of useful ideas you can use. 1) Learn to practice skills when you're on the go.

If you're into business and you're downtown getting something to eat, why not analyze the market you're in?

What business models do you like? Who has a great brand and who seriously needs some work?
May 15, 2018 48 tweets 8 min read
How to Create a Great Twitter Thread

Gentlemen, in this thread, I'm going to explain...exactly what the title says. You will learn exactly why Twitter threads are awesome at expanding your reach, audience, email list, traffic, etc.

But first, here's an obligatory Twitter bird. So first, why write a thread?

1) Threads are like mini blog posts that demonstrate your knowledge and expertise on a given subject.
May 10, 2018 18 tweets 3 min read
An absolutely essential concept that men must understand is that people, in general, follow the path of least resistance.

Let's discuss this basic component of human nature, and how you can use it to your advantage to get what you want out of life.

(THREAD) 👇 Let's start with some examples.
Apr 7, 2018 14 tweets 3 min read
A change of environment can dramatically change your thinking depending on the novelty of that environment, plus the differences between that environment and your regular environment.

This is just one of many ways you can change your physical state to change your mental state! I mention novelty for an important reason.

Let's say you go to your hometown after not visiting in years. The familiar smells, sights, and sounds of the area will trigger nostalgia. It will likely make you consider who you used to be and who you are now. Very introspective.
Mar 28, 2018 18 tweets 6 min read
How to Add Value to People (thread)

Whether you like it or not, human relationships are based on value. If you find that high-value people are not interested in relationships with you, it's because you haven't built your value up enough. Here are several tips on how to do this. 1) Be Well Balanced and Interesting

Having a diverse set of interests makes you interesting. It makes it easier to connect with people in conversation, which builds value. It also means you have a higher chance of knowing something that the other person doesn't.
Mar 21, 2018 14 tweets 3 min read
Simple productivity "hacks" you can start now

(thread) 1. Set clear, definable goals that are challenging but attainable

Dr. Edwin Locke made a famous theory called Goal Setting Theory. He found that achievement was correlated to goal difficulty, provided that the goal was achievable, measurable, and not conflicting with other goals
Mar 16, 2018 16 tweets 4 min read
The smarter one gets, the more they realize they don't know. This is one reason I've added the "Tweets are not gospel" disclaimer.

Shit, I can give a lot of great advice. But not to everyone. I'd rather not seem like I'm trying to be an expert on everything. There are plenty of people who know way more than I do about many things.