Have you given up on something? Already failed your New Year’s Resolutions? You probably quit in the “dip” (the worst possible time to quit, because you’re so close to breaking through). Seth Godin popularized this idea with his book The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit. Let’s talk about “the dip” and how to reach the exponential growth on the other side.
Mastermind marketer Seth Godin’s new WordPress blog went live this month and as such I thought it would be a great opportunity to stay on top of everything he’s posting – and more importantly stay on top of all the latest marketing trends and insights as they are constantly changing. In the video below I briefly cover Seth’s thoughts from his first blog post on his new site, and I plan to post a new video every few weeks with an update/recap on his latest insights.
Trello is my absolute favorite organizational tool. In the video below, I walk through a dummy board that a YouTuber or creative might use to stay organized and on top of all of their content. This tool is great for anyone – and Trello isn’t a sponsor, I just love their platform.
If you’re a freelancer or run a small business and are looking to capture credit card details online, there are tons of resources out there to help you do this. The two best inexpensive resources I use (and my clients use) are Stripe and Formstack. You’ve probably heard of Stripe, but you might not know what Formstack is (though the name kind of gives it away).
Stripe is a popular payment processor (like PayPal, for example) and Formstack is an advanced online form tool which allows you to safely collect credit card information from customers online. Why would you want to do this? Let’s say you own a restaurant and want to capture credit cards for RSVPs to prevent no-shows. Formstack makes that possible.
In today’s video lets dig into both Stripe and Formstack and learn about how and when to use each of them.