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Abundance

Abundance

If you are looking for abundance then Never EVER Give Up

Whenever I'm asked what is the biggest secret of all (out of the 77) I always say that there are two. One, "the think you can" secret will get you started. "The never give up" secret will keep you going. Through thick and thin. Put these two secrets together and the impossible not only becomes possible, it becomes PROBABLE that you will achieve whatever you THINK YOU CAN. Whatever you set out to achieve. Yes, there is real and magnificent power here. Yes, a life in abundance awaits those who are determined.

When you are chasing your dreams, or trying to achieve something very difficult, even attempting to do what no one else has done before, then of course, you will encounter obstacles. Things in the road. Sometimes they are bloody big boulders. Immovable objects that will not budge. Well, here's the trick: Go around them, over them, under them, through them. Find a way. Do not let a little pebble get in your way. Never, ever give up. You can do this. At
the start you thought you COULD. What is different now?

If you think you can, you can.

Now, one word of warning. You can choose the wrong mountain. Yes, I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but sometimes in life, you can choose the wrong challenge to climb. If this is the case, then if you 'never, ever give up' then ultimately, you will find that, in the end, you have succeeded in climbing 'your mountain', only to find that once you get to the top, it's the wrong view, it's the wrong hill and the one you should have climbed is over there in the distance.

Now, this is a hard one to call. Because when you're faced with a
massive challenge and you're faced with the inevitable question:
"Shall I give up?" then you need to decide, whether you are
climbing the right mountain. Are you on the right track? Only you
will know.

By the way, if you are climbing the wrong mountain (or sailing the
wrong ocean) then you are NOT giving up, you are just adjusting your
sails to choose a new direction. There is a subtle difference
between determination, stubbornness and just plain wrong. But once
you know for certain that you are on the right path, then 'Never,
ever give up', find a way, no matter how long it takes.

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Life In Abundance

Life In Abundance

If you are looking a life in abundance, or even an abundant life, then you need to Break Ground That Has Been Broken.

There is something about the human instinct that insists that coming first is always best. For example, who ever remembers who comes third in the World Cup? But in business, it is very often the opposite which is true. I don't really want to get into a debate about who invented television but it appears to me that "Zworykin had a
patent, but Farnsworth had a picture...". In the end it was Zworykin and RCA paying Farnsworth the royalties, not the other way around. John Logie Baird also played a role, as did a Mexican and a few others. I don't want to labour the point but do you think any of  those people mentioned made anywhere near the EUR268,900,000,000
that the global TV market is worth today? Look, I know 80 years is stretching a point but I think you can see my point. You don't have to be the inventor to make money. You don't even have to be 'first to the market'. Don't believe me? Well, I'll let John Boddie take it from here as he tells you about Apple (makers of iPod etc.):

"Apple Computer's recent domination of the digital music environment provides a surprising example of the disadvantages of being first to market. The innovative computer company that has become a leading force in the music space appears to have built a core strength around figuring out how to succeed at being a deliberate and very smart second (or even third) to market. Indeed, with such prominent early exceptions as the mouse and the graphical user interface, Apple has rarely succeeded because of an
appreciable first-to-market advantage. NEC beat Apple to the notebook computer, and Rio and Eiger Labs both had MP3 players long before the iPod was ever introduced. Sony's ACID, Cakewalk's Pyro,
and others offered desktop music-editing software before Apple ever released its option.
Despite this seeming disadvantage, Apple has managed to lead these markets because it has been able to initiate several new-market disruptions in music and computing, including iTunes, iMovie, and GarageBand, the company's eighteen-month-old music-editing software suite. In each case, Apple reached consumers unavailable to its predecessors though the virtues of good design, ease of use, clever marketing, and smart distribution. All these efforts were aimed at making sure potential customers understood the substantial differences between the first-to-market technologies that preceded GarageBand and the appealing, thoughtful technologies that Apple's product offers to attract inexperienced consumers. For its part, GarageBand affords a good example of how to create new-market disruptions with smartly designed technologies. Using GarageBand software, individuals with no previous recording and editing experience can create their own home-based music studios, where they can post new music and remix versions of older music
online."

I'm back. Get my point? Talk about abundance! Second to market will often win hands down. Especially when you have had a chance to have a look what is on offer and figured out a way to improve that offer. Go on, have a look around you. Do you see an existing service, product or business that could be improved upon? Could you do what they are doing better? Are they busy? With your improvements, could they (you) be busier?

That's the secret. Find something that is already successful and figure a way how to do it better. Then do it. Here endeth today's lesson (for me as well).

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Abundance In Your Life

Abundance In Your Life

When you are thinking about abundance in your life, then Don't Sell Ice Cream In Antarctica - Feed A Starving Crowd instead.

This sounds too simple to talk about it but trust me, the point is worth expanding upon. Take it from an 'ideas' man. I have so many ideas, I literally think of a new business model every day. Would some of them work? Undoubtedly. Would most of them fail? Undoubtedly. Which ones would work? Ah, there you have me. You see, they say that any successful business is about 1% inspiration, 99%
perspiration. I think they're right. The easy part is to come up with the idea, the hard part is making it happen. But having said
that, if you've got a good idea and you've thought it through, why
not make it happen? There is NOTHING stopping you. BUT, just one
word of caution. Well, maybe two.

There is no point in trying to sell ice creams in Antarctica. No one wants them. It's too cold. Ice creams don't sell there. Even if they did, no one lives there, so you're not going to sell many. Now, before you think that I've totally lost it, you need to put any idea through the 'ice cream in Antarctica' test. Well, just how do you do that? Well, there is a simple way and the good news is that it is free. Just go here:

https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

and key in a keyword that describes your idea. Let's use 'worm
farming' as our example. If you customize the columns to show the
CPC (Cost per click) you will quickly get an idea of the market
worth for the most popular keyword in your chosen market sector. At the time of writing, 'worm farming' had an estimated 14,800 searches per month and the top advertisers were paying $0.42 per click. So, all in all, it's not a very big market at all. Not very big and not very lucrative either (how much advertisers are willing to pay is always a good measure of a market's potential). Of course, other keywords will have their own market worth, but this
method will give you a very quick glimpse as to whether your idea is worth pursuing. Let's take one more quick example, to demonstrate the point. Let's take 'car hire mallorca'. 27,000 searches for around $9.00 per click. Now, there's a lucrative market if I have ever seen one. It's a pretty small island too. It
looks to me like there's a starving crowd, just waiting to be fed. That's the place to set up your hamburger stand. Not in Antarctica.

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