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Read everything three times.

1. For pleasure.

2. To learn from the writer’s style.

3. To think how you could write it better.

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Surround yourself with people who you want to be like


As they say, “You are a reflection of the five people you spend the most time around.”

Make sure that the people who fill your life and your time are people who live with principles aligned with your own.

Ideally, these people should even be a little bit ahead of you, forcing you to stretch and continue to grow in the direction you’d like to go.

  1. Gather new material. At first, you learn. During this stage you focus on 1) learning specific material directly related to your task and 2) learning general material by becoming fascinated with a wide range of concepts.
  2. Thoroughly work over the materials in your mind. During this stage, you examine what you have learned by looking at the facts from different angles and experimenting with fitting various ideas together.
  3. Step away from the problem. Next, you put the problem completely out of your mind and go do something else that excites you and energizes you.
  4. Let your idea return to you. At some point, but only after you have stopped thinking about it, your idea will come back to you with a flash of insight and renewed energy.
  5. Shape and develop your idea based on feedback. For any idea to succeed, you must release it out into the world, submit it to criticism, and adapt it as needed.
"Dotcom secrets" by Russell Brunson


Russell Brunson is the co-founder of Clickfunnels, an online tool that helps digital entrepreneurs build high-converting funnels and sales pages.

In Dotcom Secrets , Brunson shares pretty much anything you need to know about building and scaling an online business.

It’s sad to say, but with the internet, the world has become flooded in bad and/or useless information.

As consumers, we must be ruthless in our consumption habits .

If something is not good or useful within the first 10% of it, skip it.

Life is too short.

And there’s way too much good info out there.

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