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Today guest tells us why the graveyard is the richest place in the world and he shares simple mindset hacks to help you find success in life and business. Also, listen to the part of the show where he shares 3 simple, overlooked tips when developing an app.
The Graveyard is the Richest Place in the World
If you go to a graveyard, you will find a lot of dreams that never came to life, a lot of ideas that never got out. These people took their dreams to their graves because of lack of confidence or they didn’t have the resources. They were not able to fulfil what they wanted to fulfil. If you are one of the people who wants to fulfil their destiny, you have to have the mindset that you can do it, that it is possible and you will be able to fulfil your dreams before it’s your time to go. Have a positive mindset and believe in yourself.
Simple, Overlooked Tips When Developing an App
People do not realize how much research goes into developing an app or a product prior to release. They also have to have a good business plan in place, this could involve demographics and financials, and put all these things into place and know where you are going before you go. Visual where you want to go, what you want your product to be, where you see it in the next 5-10 years, and then put an action plan in place in order to make you plans work.
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