Fear Nothing

Nearly all problems are overcome by taking a fearless approach. If you consider what’s stopping you from achieving your goals with marketing, business, art, even your personal life, the largest inhibitor to success is most likely fear.

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March 4, 2010 Author Adam Singer In Inspiration

Are You Trying Too Hard?

Previously, I shared my perspective on the idea of overthinking and how it is the enemy of creatives – it’s an almost instant destroyer of quality work. Something synonymous with overthinking is the idea of trying too hard.

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February 26, 2010 Author Adam Singer In Inspiration

Innovation Without Imitation Is A Waste Of Time

Guest Post By Dayne Shuda of Hunting Business Marketing (follow him on Twitter)

“Innovation without imitation is a complete waste of time.” Mike RoweDirty Jobs

In December 2008, Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs took the stage at TED to talk about his outlook on the state of work in the United States. He discussed his experiences working in over 200 jobs that most people find gross, despicable and downright inhumane. It’s an entertaining and enlightening lecture, but the point I want to focus on is where Mike states that “Innovation without imitation is a complete waste of time.”

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January 27, 2010 Author Guest Author In Inspiration

10 Steps To Balance Multiple Interests

Today’s post is a bit personal. If you’re only interested in reading my marketing content, feel free to skip this one. I want to try and answer a question I’m asked repeatedly: many people I talk with wonder how I am able to do so much. The answer is simple: I’ve learned to balance multiple interests. It’s not really that difficult and there is nothing stopping you from doing the same.

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January 18, 2010 Author Adam Singer In Inspiration

2009 Wrap Up Of The Future Buzz

2009 was a big year for me personally and professionally. Just a few highlights include:

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December 25, 2009 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR, Personal

Don’t Look Back

The web makes it tempting to look back at the past. If you hope to be prolific as someone who spreads ideas, you must ignore this temptation. There’s so little to gain by doing this, and you do so at the ultimate opportunity cost: driving things forward and creating something new.

Malcolm Gladwell stated in a recent Q&A he hasn’t read any of his previous books since the time they were published. Instead he’s off writing new bestsellers, new articles and getting paid well into the 5 figures to be a speaker. He’s not looking back, instead he’s looking forward.

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December 14, 2009 Author Adam Singer In Inspiration