10xtalks and growing your business on this anti-hump-day


My anti-hump-day newsletter is out over on the E2mag site.

here’s whats over there:

  • 10xtalks podcast with Dan Sullivan and Joe Polish…awesome info for your biz
  • a video of Richard Branson on his private Necker Island
  • Some good info regarding #hashtags
  • Facebook marketing expert Amy Porterfield

head on over and check it out

Check out this post from Peter Diamandis on Whats App


In February of this year, Facebook’s $19B acquisition of mobile messaging platformWhatsApp set a record for the largest software acquisition of all time. It set the value of WhatsApp at more than Sony Corporation.

Last week, the 5-year-old startup broke yet another impressive record — 64 BILLION messages processed in 24 hours. To give you some perspective, that is 10 times the amount sent in the entire US text message industry in one day. That is just insane!

I wanted to share this story with you to discuss 3 key observations:

1) 6 D’s Update – Disruptive and Demonetizing the wireless communications industry: WhatsApp is a $1-per-year service with 465M users. These users are sending 20B messages and receiving 44B messages every day. WhatsApp is both disrupting and demonetizing the entire wireless industry, and now the Facebook acquisition provides the infrastructure needed for WhatsApp to begin offering voice calls. So instead of people paying on average $80 per month, users only have to pay $1 per year for the same services. Wireless carriers, beware. This shift could disrupt more than $100B in annual wireless revenues.

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Special outsourcing April issue of Empowered Entrepreneur is now live on itunes

E2 issue 3 ipad

This is a great issue for entrepreneurs where I interview Chris Ducker who runs Virtual Staff Finder over in the Phillipines and he employs over 300 VA’s or virtual assistants. They work for people around the world providing business services to help you grow your business. It’s about taking away the time consuming tasks, the ones’s you don’t like to do, shouldn’t be doing or can’t do, and getting them done in a cost effective manner leaving you time to work more on the product/service/marketing/sales side of your business.

check this issue out now