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All those who work or run some business might have come across a time when they were made to feel ignored, small and invaluable. No matter how much one gives in, there are times when the efforts are turned down. In such situations, it is quite natural for someone to feel dislocated, isolated and the feeling of vengeance might overrule the entire judgement of a person. But, vengeance in business provide little consolation and that's why one should't seek revenge.

Here are four main reasons why you should never seek revenge in business:


  1. Revenge can escalate the bad situation or rebound in an unexpected and harmful way. 
  2. Your problem is not others problem so seeking revenge won't get you anything (not even sympathy). But, seeing you as an entrepreneur with a problem will only give gossips to the media. Don't feed their hungry eyes!
  3. If something went wrong, it doesn't mean that you were right. Raising the issue will also put you under suspicion of doing something wrong. So, why to raise someone's brow when you can sit and relax. 
  4. The problem will pass out because life isn't constant. 


I’m about to lay it on thick, Friend.

 
Ideas, ideas, ideas.

Everybody has an idea that they want to get off the ground. Everybody thinks his or hers is the greatest undiscovered secret mankind doesn’t yet know about.

 

I wish I could have made you feel the passion and intensity I had for Rich20 when it was just an idea in my head.

 

I was bubbling and brimming with enthusiasm.

 

In my head, I didn't have a clear idea of what I wanted to do. I just knew that I was meant to do "more" than I was but I didn't know what the next step was supposed to be. It was an uncomfortable feeling — and if I'm being 100% honest, it was a completely naïeve place to be.

 

I thought that crystallizing the idea would make the execution easier. If I just figured out the "what," the "how" would reveal itself.

 

Funny enough, if I'd known how difficult it was going to be at that time, I might have said "Nah. I'll pass."

 

Yes, I've heard MANY “successful” entrepreneurs say this. If they’d have known what they know now about being an entrepreneur, despite their perceived success, they might not have done it because it’s THAT hard.

 

Don't believe me? Come on the journey and find out.

 

It's not about the idea. It never was. Your idea is absolutely, 100% worthless.

 

Please know this.

 

I'm not trying to be mean or dismissive, because at one point not very long ago, I was there too. So I empathize. But you get no sympathy.

 

I did everything some members of my Tribe do with me today. I tried to approach influencers with my idea, thinking that they'd be impressed, and was hurt when I barely got the time of day.

 

Not a glance. Not even so much as a response.

 

I remember watching a video with Marie Forleo where, in response to a reader's question, she simply said: "Here's an idea...GOOGLE IT!"

 

I thought she was rude AF and very unhelpful. “What was wrong with these successful people,” I wondered? Had they just lost touch with the noobs? Didn't they remember what it was like? Were they hoarding secrets?”

 

Ugh!

 

6 years later, that's one of my favorite lines. GOOGLE IT. Ha! How times change.

 

A few years later, Ramit Sethi hired me...and then fired me because, for all intents and purposes, I didn't have the greatest attention to detail. Late on projects. Busy doing my own stuff. Obsessed with my idea for Rich20. Etc. Etc.

 

At the time, I was FURIOUS. Indignant. Resentful.

 

But you know what? I'd do the same exact thing now if I was in his position. That's how important my company is to me. And that's how small the margin for error is sometimes, whether you're making $100K or $100M.

 

Life comes around, doesn't it? Savage.

 

I had audacity. That's for sure.

 

What I didn't realize for years is that the Idea Phase is so close to NOTHING that nobody who has actually done anything cares about your idea.

 

You've probably only progressed about one centimeter on an entire football field at that point.

 

We all want a mentor. We personally connect with a specific influencer through the articles they’ve written, or the podcasts they’ve produced, or the videos they create...that person speaks to us. They get us.

 

We think that influencer will care about us the same way we care about them.

 

But here’s the unfortunate truth...while you think that you're asking something unique and original, people who've achieved some success get variations of the same 5 questions all day, every day, 24/7/365.

 

And it always ends with some permutation of, "How do I get started?"

 

Sigh.

 

That.

 

The "getting started" part is the part that only YOU can figure out. And with all the resources out there, that's the EASY part. Getting started is nothing. There are cheap books and free articles on getting started.

 

Hell, there’s Google! Thanks, Marie.

 

The hard part is the pushing through and the FINISHING. And that's something no info product can teach.

 

But you gotta use your resources to get past the first part. Otherwise, why WOULD anybody give you the time of day.

 

Prove you care enough to try without being spoonfed.

 

Trust me when I say that even the smartest people are fumbling around in the dark. Do you really think Elon Musk knows what he's doing? Sometimes, yes. Most of the time, it's all educated guessing and a ton a balls. I mean, his rockets are blowing up for God's sake.

 

What comes after the Idea Phase?

 

First, The Uncertainty Phase.

 

Characteristics: "Will this work?" and "Nah, that's stupid."

 

98% of people drop off here. Which is why successful people don't want to help. Statistically speaking, it's a waste of time because most people are going to quit. Bad investment.

 

But there's more.

 

If you make it past that, there's the "Testing It Out Phase," followed by the "Kinda Works But I'm Underwhelmed Phase," followed by the "Oh Shit It's Working Better But I Have No Idea What I'm Doing Phase," followed by the "Bleed For It" Phase, interspersed with the "Cool, NBD But I Might Be Going Bankrupt" Phase.

 

(There are other phases too. I'm still in them.)

 

Each one of these phases can last an indeterminate amount of time. And at each stage, more and more perceived “successful people” drop off because honestly...sometimes it's just not fun. It's just not.

 

So while I love and respect everybody as a person (unless I'm given a reason not to) — I do not respect you as an "entrepreneur" just because you have a good idea.

 

It's not about ideas.

 

It starts with an idea, sure. But that's not impressive, special or profound. Entrepreneurship is a perspective of looking at the world which mixes stoicism, delusion and creativity...but above all, it's catalyzed by action.

 

It's SUPPOSED to be hard. Like any journey, it'll turn you into a different person. You're going to have to become better, or you'll get wiped out.

 

Evolve or die.  

 

We do this necessary suffering of creating something from nothing to avoid the unnecessary suffering of living a life controlled by other people.

 

But there will be suffering involved. And it won't be in a Lamborghini.

 

Most people will return back to the 9-to-5...and honestly, I see the merit in that. It's predictable. You have dedicated off-time. You are only responsible for you.

 

In many ways, it's better.

 

For those of us who simply can't deal with those limitations, then just know that you'll have to pretty much risk it all if you really want to play this game — and because your tolerance for risk must be relatively high, a natural moat is created between you and everybody else who's just toying with their ideas for years.

 

I'll see you on the other side.

Originated from : Daniel DiPiazza, Rich20Something

If you’re having a hard time waking up on time in the morning, you might need to adjust your schedule to align with your sleep cycles.

You can catch many things by waking up early in the morning. Every day you can start your day at 5.30am. Only thing you need to change is habit to sleep at sharp 11.00pm. According many researcher, 6 hours sleep is enough & healthy for every human beings.

Also Read : Why waking up early in morning is necessary?


It depends on from which country are clicks coming from ..
If the clicks come from U.S.A , U.A.E or Europe , you’ll get a huge revenue …
It differs on countrys..

CPM is around $1, or $1 per 1000 Ad impressions. Clicks I have seen as high as $0.25, but its going to vary on the Ad shown obviously.

Essentially my rough guide on income per active user per day based on my very limited experience:

Assuming each user will go through 10 impressions per day/play session. About 10 minutes spent in your game, this is a pretty big assumption and highly game dependent.

100 active users = 1000 impressions per day = $1
1,000 = 10,000 = $10
10,000 = 100,000 = $100
100,000 = $1,000
1,000,000 = $10,000 


So on and so forth, just a rough guide. But it will HIGHLY depend on your own game and how long they spend playing it per session. For me, when I had my game free + Ads/IAP, I see per active user generate around 10 impressions per day.

Flappy Bird was said to have about $50,000 a day from Ads. It had about 50M downloads (probably heaps more down since everyone rushed to get it before its gone!!), probably had 10M active users (lots try it once and uninstall or never play it again). I would guess the "average" active user plays it a few minutes per day only.


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Answer by Max Lukominskyi, life and productivity hacker, on Quora:

  1. Life has already begun. There is no interlude. Nor is there a trial version. Your every decision matters.
  2. Your online friends are fake friends. Unfortunately, it's true. Most of them do not care about you and will not come in your hour of need.
  3. If you fall in love, be ready to get your heart broken. It is tough and it hurts.
  4. Your studying career does not end after prom. Knowledge is crucial. If you are not willing to be left behind, keep studying.
  5. Your family members are the most important people in your life. They are the only ones who care about you. Treat them well and appreciate them.
  6. Your weaknesses do not matter. Learn to accept this. The only things that matter are your strengths. Improve them.
  7. Everything worth doing takes years. Do not expect to reach your goals too quickly. It will probably take much longer than you imagine.
  8. All the opportunities for growth are beyond your comfort zone. Make leaving it a habit. Find your discomfort zone. Enter it.
  9. Broken relationships are not worth staying in. Do not waste your time on things you cannot fix anymore. Let them go and move ahead.
  10. The world is full of injustice. There are plenty of unjust things you are likely to face within your lifetime. Be ready!
  11. Luck comes to those who work hard. Good things do not come to those who wait. Persistence and hard work are the only prerequisites for luck.
  12. There is no perfect moment to start. If you want to start doing something, act now. Do not wait for a better moment. It will never come.
  13. You cannot be everywhere and have everything. Learn to make the right choices and commit to the things that matter most.
  14. Every person in your life should be appreciated. Do not take people for granted.
  15. Experience and emotions are your best investments. The traditional measures of success -- fancy cars and houses -- are no longer relevant. Emotions, memories, experience, knowledge. These are the things that matter.
  16. Later often means never. Do not postpone anything. Live now!
  17. Success equals perseverance. Do not give up. Stay dedicated to your dreams. Chasing them is difficult, but it's worth the struggle.
  18. Regular workouts are crucial. Take care of your health and body. Exercise regularly and make sure you are in a good shape.
  19. Your failures do not matter. Only wins count. Therefore, do not be afraid to fail.
  20. Nobody will help you. You have to help yourself.

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Happy New Year
New year started and many of us have a plan for doing better in this year. So we planned for waking up Early in morning, why waking in morning is necessary? and How to wake up Early in morning?

Here are just a few reasons:

1. Greet the day

I love being able to get up, and greet a wonderful new day. I suggest creating a morning ritual that includes saying thanks for your blessings.
I'm inspired by the Dalai Lama, who said, "Everyday, think as you wake up, 'today I am fortunate to have woken up, I am alive, I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all my energies to develop myself, to expand my heart out to others, to achieve enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, I am going to have kind thoughts towards others, I am not going to get angry or think badly about others, I am going to benefit others as much as I can.'"

2. Amazing start

I used to start my day by jumping out of bed, late as usual, and rushing to get myself. I would walk into work, looking rumpled and barely awake, grumpy and behind everyone else. Not a great start to your day.
Now, I have a renewing morning ritual, I've gotten so much done before 8 a.m., There is no better way to start off your day than to wake early, in my experience. Now I am able to give more time to my family.

3. Quietude

No kids yelling, no babies crying, no soccer balls, no cars, no television noise. The early morning hours are so peaceful, so quiet. It's my favorite time of day. I truly enjoy that time of peace, that time to myself, when I can think, when I can read, when I can breathe.

4. Sunrise

People who wake late miss one of the greatest feats of nature, repeated in full stereovision each and every day - the rise of the sun. I love how the day slowly gets brighter, when the midnight blue turns to lighter blue, when the brilliant colors start to seep into the sky, when nature is painted in incredible colors.
I like doing my early morning run during this time, and I look up at the sky as I run and say to the world, "What a glorious day!" Really.

5. Breakfast

Rise early and you actually have time for breakfast. I'm told it's one of the most important meals of the day. Without breakfast, your body is running on fumes until you are so hungry at lunchtime that you eat whatever unhealthy thing you can find - the fattier and sugarier, the betterier.
But eat breakfast, and you are sated until later. Plus, eating breakfast while reading my book and drinking my coffee in the quiet of the morning is eminently more enjoyable than scarfing something down on the way to work, or at your desk.

6. Exercise

There are other times to exercise besides the early morning, of course, but I've found that while exercising right after work is also very enjoyable, it's also liable to be canceled because of other things that come up. Morning exercise is virtually never canceled.

7. Productivity

Mornings, for me at least, are the most productive time of day. I like to do some writing in the morning, when there are no distractions, before I check my email or blog stats.
I get so much more done by starting on my work in the morning. Then, when evening rolls around, I have no work that I need to do, and I can spend it with family on phone.

8. Goal time

Better time to review goals and plan for them and do your goal tasks than first thing.
And every morning, you should decide what one thing you can do today to move yourself further towards that goal. And then, if possible, do that first thing in the morning.

How to wake-up early in morning?

Don't make drastic changes. 

Start slowly, by waking just 15-30 minutes earlier than usual. Get used to this for a few days. Then cut back another 15 minutes. Do this gradually until you get to your goal time.

Allow yourself to sleep earlier. 

You might be used to staying up late, perhaps watching TV or surfing the internet. But if you continue this habit, while trying to get up earlier, sooner or later one is going to give. And if it is the early rising that gives, then you will crash and sleep late and have to start over. I suggest going to bed earlier, even if you don't think you'll sleep, and read while in bed. If you're really tired, you just might fall asleep much sooner than you think.

Put your alarm clock far from you bed.

 If it's right next to your bed, you'll shut it off or hit snooze. Never hit snooze. If it's far from your bed, you have to get up out of bed to shut it off. By then, you're up. Now you just have to stay up.

Go out of the bedroom as soon as you shut off the alarm.

 Don't allow yourself to rationalize going back to bed. Just force yourself to go out of the room. My habit is to stumble into the bathroom and go pee. By the time I've done that, and flushed the toilet and washed my hands and looked at my ugly mug in the mirror, I'm awake enough to face the day.

Do not rationalize. 

If you allow your brain to talk you out of getting up early, you'll never do it. Don't make getting back in bed an option.

Have a good reason.

 Set something to do early in the morning that's important. This reason will motivate you to get up. I like to write in the morning, so that's my reason.

Make waking up early a reward. 

Yes, it might seem at first that you're forcing yourself to do something hard, but if you make it pleasurable, soon you will look forward to waking up early. A good reward is to make a hot cup of coffee or tea and read a book. Other rewards might be a tasty treat for breakfast (smoothies! yum!) or watching the sunrise, or meditating. Find something that's pleasurable for you, and allow yourself to do it as part of your morning routine.

Take advantage of all that extra time. 

Don't wake up an hour or two early just to read your blogs, unless that's a major goal of yours. Don't wake up early and waste that extra time. Get a jump start on your day!

Make a better Tomorrow