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May 11, 201611:23 PM

Pure Mastery. Pure Creativity. tagged “Author”

This man is a legend.  You may not know him by name. You have heard hundreds of songs that he has played on. Over a year ago, I decided to start a new podcast (it's called, Groove - The No... Read more

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May 10, 201611:55 PM

Life Lessons From a Rock Star... And Finding Your Magic. tagged “Author”

I could hardly believe my eyes. "What? What? What?" This was my reaction as I came across the video below on my YouTube feed. In one corner of my life, I am obsessed with the work, thinking and writing of... Read more

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April 6, 201611:37 PM

The New(ish) Trend Of Publishing Within Publishing tagged “Author”

Build your own or leverage someone else's audience? Let's not diminish the power of blogging. Still, something bigger is brewing. About a year ago,there was news that Business Insider was going to start a brand new publication called, Insider. What made... Read more

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December 23, 2015 7:47 AM

The 11 Business Books That Shaped 2015 tagged “Author”

Another list. Sorry. I tend to shy away from lists (especially ones that recap the year), and here I am breaking my own rules. Why? Well, in case you have not noticed, it's getting easier and easier to spend your... Read more

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October 2, 2015 4:17 PM

Find Your Next Big Idea tagged “Author”

What's your big idea? Struggling with finding one? What's Next? Too much has been written on creativity, big ideas and where they come from. For some, it's a pragmatic approach. Author Steven Pressfield once said, that writers have to "put... Read more

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July 24, 201511:48 PM

The Theory of Everything tagged “Author”

Here's something to blow your mind this weekend. Philosopher, author, journalist, educator and someone that I admire to the point that I would do (almost) anything to get him on an episode of Six Pixels of Separation, Alain de Botton,... Read more

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December 23, 201410:27 PM

Content Marketing Is Dead (But There's Always This)... tagged “Author”

Content Marketing is dead. Right? That didn't take long. I've been reading this notion of "too much content and not enough value" a lot lately. It usually starts with the premise that consumers simply can't keep up with the pace... Read more

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September 24, 201411:39 PM

Blogger Burnout tagged “Author”

It's not just blogs. There's burnout at every social media turn. Maybe not on the consumption side, but on the creation/publishing side. A very long time ago, I wrote a post about the quality versus quantity of brands and posting... Read more

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August 5, 201411:49 PM

Want Great Content? Get Better At Conducting Interviews tagged “Author”

You see a lot of content. I see a lot of content. Here's a real scenario: an author comes out with a new business book and they do the rounds online. Sadly, what we're all subjected to, is the same... Read more

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July 29, 201411:32 PM

The Only Consumer That Matters tagged “Author”

Who is really a customer of yours? I often get to hang out backstage at conferences and events. When you have that kind of access to other speakers, business leaders and authors, it would be silly not to take advantage... Read more

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June 24, 201411:37 PM

Sharing, Celebrating And Selling Your Favorite Authors tagged “Author”

There is nothing that inspires me more than a great book. Yes, I love the power of connecting to content on blogs, Facebook, Twitter, magazines (Fast Company, Wired, etc...), online publications (Quartz, Lost At E Minor, PSFK, etc...), but if... Read more

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June 4, 201411:52 PM

Finding Your Best Work In The Best Work Space tagged “Author”

Where do you do your best work? Before you answer that question, think about this: do you really know the best environment for you to pull out your best work? It seems easy to define. For most, it's either work... Read more

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April 21, 201411:02 PM

The Maturity Gap tagged “Author”

Does your age make you any smarter? I know some pretty stupid people who are cranking past 60, and I know some pretty impressive minds of people who are not even 25 yet. Still, I think maturity and experience does... Read more

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March 7, 2014 4:29 PM

A Foolproof Way To Building A Great Story tagged “Author”

If you are in business and you are trying to tell your story, you have to watch this. I am thrilled that Steven Pressfield decided to post these two videos on YouTube. I'm a huge Pressfield fan (you can listen... Read more

By Mitch Joel


February 5, 201411:28 PM

It's All Just Dumb Luck tagged “Author”

Selling a lot of books is very hard. Making a video go viral is very hard. Creating a billion dollar company is very hard. It's a story that I will never forget. Back in 2008, I was prepping the release... Read more

By Mitch Joel


November 15, 2013 1:12 PM

World-Changing Ideas, The Future Of Work And No Pants tagged “Author”

Care to work in your underwear? Scott Berkun wanted to write a different kind of book. He has already done quite well with professional speaking and writing business books like Making Things Happen, The Myths of Innovation and Confessions of... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 5, 2013 7:59 AM

Unlock Your Creative Genius tagged “Author”

How many times has someone promised you the ability to help you unlock your creative genius? I get it all of the time. I fall for it, more often that I would care to admit. But, the one person who... Read more

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August 21, 2013 6:31 AM

Are Creative Types Just A Bunch Of Slackers? tagged “Author”

When you think of creative types, what do you think of? If they are creatives and they work in the marketing industry, most people think of individuals wearing shorts, t-shirts and bouncing rubbery objects off of their walls until its... Read more

By Mitch Joel


July 11, 201310:31 PM

Are We At The Beginning Or The End Of Publishing? tagged “Author”

What would you make out of a question like that? Regardless, that was the exact question that Alistair Croll (co-author of Lean Analytics, BitCurrent, Year One Labs and one of my weekly link buddies) asked of Hugh McGuire (PressBooks, LibriVox,... Read more

By Mitch Joel


May 16, 2013 2:15 PM

Supporting Those You Like - CTRL ALT Delete Comes Out Next Week tagged “Author”

My new book, CTRL ALT Delete, comes out next week. It took well-over six months of concentrated effort to write my second book, CTRL ALT Delete, which comes out on May 21st, 2013. The thing is this: you would have... Read more

By Mitch Joel


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