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. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
How often do you say this yourself: “Man, if I only learned this earlier in life, think where I’d be now!”
Me? Several times a day!
You probably already know about my mission to prevent mistakes, shorten the learning curve, and accelerate the success of entrepreneurs through The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster.
Besides entrepreneurs, I am also worried about our graduates. Read More