In this video, Dan Lok’s story is clearly exposed for everybody that didn’t know how much about his past. Dan Lok is well known as a world-class expert in up leveling people to achieve their own greatest potential. Being a two-time TEDx speaker, Dan Lok’s story has appeared around the world impacting a lot of people, and he shared the stage with legendary business leaders like Robert Kiyosaki, T Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Les Brown, and Jack Canfield.
Marian Esanu sits down with Dan Lok and he goes over Dan Lok’s story and his entire journey, from the time Dan immigrated to Canada. If you are looking for a way to find out more about the story of Dan Lok thru video and how to become a high ticket closer, then check out this video. Most of the topics covered in this interview around Dan Lok’s story:
► Dan Lok’s story
► Dan Lok From Immigrant to An 8 Figure Influencer
► High Ticket Closer Program
► Selling vs Closing
Teens in each generation develop a language of their own based on what is going on in teen culture. And the introduction of social media and digital communication means teen slang is evolving faster than ever.
Dads have an unbelievable hidden talent to embarrass anyone at anytime. Sometimes it’s just natural and they truly are clueless, while other times they are actually going out of their way to embarrass their kids.
Zhiyun Weebill Lab is the best gimbal yet. Zhiyun will release their new Weebill lab in late 2018. I got my hands on the Weebill lab for one day to test. This Zhiyun Weebill Lab is still a production model, but I got to test it anyway. It is the best travel gimble for any filmmaker. Zhiyun weebill is a gamechanger and will replace many of the gimbals on the market.
In this video I cover 5 ways to protect your time including references to books which you can find below. I would begin with this one ( https://amzn.to/2IGstqs ) as this book by Stephen Covey had the biggest impact on my time management strategy.
The links for the references are posted below. I hope you find this video useful and would certainly appreciate your feedback in the comments section.
Also, if there are other time management tips or tools that you think would be useful for founders, entrepreneurs and business owners then by all means please let us know. Founder Cave is about sharing information and experiences and supporting each other on our entrepreneurial journey so we would love to see that community engagement here!
**** Show Notes, *** List and Resources ****
1. Plan and Prioritise Your Time
2. Obtain Calendar Anorexia
3. Delegate As Much As You Can
4. Get Assistance.
5. Avoid the email trap!
It doesn’t matter if you have a design background or what type of product or service you plan to offer. In my opinion these books cover enough generic aspects of design, user engagement and behaviour to give you a better understanding of what to consider when providing a tangible solution to a problem worth solving.
The books I cover here are:
5: Value Proposition Design – Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur
4: The Art of Innovation – Tom Kelley
3: Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products – Nir Eyal
2: Don’t Make Me Think – Steve Krug
1: The Design of Everyday Things – Don Norman
Of course, this is one man’s opinion and very subjective. However, these books were very enlightening and useful to me. By all means, if you think other books should get a mention then please list them in the comments section and I’ll look into them (if I haven’t read them already).
I hope you find this video useful and that these books help you on your entrepreneurial (and design!) journey.
I went on an 8 days long epic SWITZERLAND ROAD TRIP with my friends Filip, Renato and Andi. Our goal was to explore mountains in Switzerland and visit as many beautiful places as possible.
It was very tough to decide which are the best places to visit in Switzerland, because there are so many… we could have easily spend a month there and still there would be so much more left to explore.
It was a good morning and I decided to jump off the roof. I was kind scared you are you looking down at the trampoline you say no problem but then again You don’t want your foot to get caught on the net.