Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Tips For Founders Seeking Fulfillment - Founders Under 40™ Group Shares

At the beginning and end of our lives is a strong inner desire to be fulfilled. To be fulfilled in love, purpose, income, significance, safety, health, friendship, play, fun, etc is pretty much what we crave daily. And unfortunately many of us are not happy because of the social or self pressures to conform to the mainstream or face the possibility of being labeled an outcast.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Augmented Virtual Reality Marketing Could End Up Being Nothing But Smokes & Mirror?

To everyone in marketing, founders in AR / VR space or general business owners, stop what you are doing and take a moment to just observe how the general city public in your area engages their smart phones, and in just a few minutes you will notice how withdrawn many are becoming. In a time of tremendous sociological  changes, AR / VR marketing is being held up as greatest thing since refrigeration.

My dear marketers and CMOs, AR / VR is nothing but a 4K TV. AR / VR is nothing but a BlueRay Disc. AR / VR is nothing but a 3D TV. AR / VR is nothing but a Cherry Coke.  AR / VR marketing is like a hand crafted toilet paper roll.AR / VR has tremendous numerous value potential but I don’t expect any significant improvement in B2C marketing ROI. 

Monday, September 5, 2016

What Drives Success? - Founders Under 40™ Group Shares Insight

A SEEMINGLY un-American fact about America today is that for some groups, much more than others, upward mobility and the American dream are alive and well. It may be taboo to say it, but certain ethnic, religious and national-origin groups are doing strikingly better than Americans overall.
Indian-Americans earn almost double the national figure (roughly $90,000 per year in median household income versus $50,000). Iranian-, Lebanese- and Chinese-Americans are also top-earners. In the last 30 years, Mormons have become leaders of corporate America, holding top positions in many of America’s most recognizable companies. These facts don’t make some groups “better” than others, and material success cannot be equated with a well-lived life. But willful blindness to facts is never a good policy.

10 Differences Between Middle Class And Rich People - Sharing Thought

According to Forbes, the 400 wealthiest Americans have more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans combined. But what about the people in between? The middle class? You may be considered middle class. You’re not poor, but you’re not rich…yet. The middle class seems to be shrinking, according to the data revealed over the last couple decades. That means you’re going to be less likely to be middle class in the future. You’ll more likely be poor or rich. Which side do you want to be on?

If you want to be on the side with the rich, you’ve got to start thinking like the rich. Here are 10 differences between middle class and rich people for you to learn from…

Sunday, September 4, 2016

10 Secrets of the Capitalist Class, or the "1 Percent"- Sharing Wealth Insight

Two business people shaking hands in office. The capitalist class consists of households with incomes of at least $350,000 to $500,000. Often, they are successful business owners, politicians, athletes, and executives. With 90% of wealth not inherited in the United States, almost all are self-made..

As you learned in Class in the United States and Household Income in the United States, the capitalist class represents the top 1% of income. Sometimes called the super-rich, in 2013 members of the capitalist class had a minimum income of $389,436. However, if you live in Connecticut, the minimum is $659,979, Washington DC is $554,719 and New Jersey is $547,737.  

To make the top one percent of the one percent you needed a minimum income nationwide of $8.32 million in 2013. To be counted among the Forbes 400 you needed an adjusted gross income of $100,000,000 according to the IRS. 

In this discussion, part of our How to Get Rich guide for new investors, we'll reveal the secrets of the capitalist class. You'll learn what they do differently that results in building wealth. You'll find out the philosophies that helped them reach a place where they are financially independent enough to spend time with family or travel the world.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Should Founders Aspire To Build Unicorns or Blue Chips? - Part 2

After reading all of part 1 you still want to pursue unicorn status instead of focusing on acquiring users and acquiring paying customers then let no one get in your way.The alternative is to build something that can withstand the ups and downs of business.

Let me remind you what Blue chip are. Blue Chip businesses are businesses that operate very well in uncertainties and certainties because they’re likely industry leaders. There are businesses who got there not from multi-million dollars in founding, aggressive advertisement, and then wait to be acquired.

Blue chips are business who were likely fiscally savvy, smart risk tolerant, agile,etc. Google is one, Eventbrite,Uber, 3M, Magna, Coca-Cola, Sales Force, Amazon, Wal-Mart, Microsoft, Oracle,Kraft Heinz,P&G

When it comes to the monsters with one horns, something tells me that some might be packaging shit and calling it premium chocolate chip. 

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Should Founders Aspire To Build Unicorns or Blue Chips - Part 1

Being a unicorn company is now the underlying expectation from venture capital, private equity, founders, potential talents, etc because all eyes are on the superstars of tech. But mostly because of FOMO in life and financially. It’s almost like instead of appreciating the proven summer Olympics most just can’t help but talk about Donald Trump, who just sucks all the attention.

The exciting -entertaining -unpredictable content versus the proven universal content.. It’s like fighting to buy a well dressed cow that might produce milk instead of plain cow that has proven milk production. As for this article, my focus will be about figuring out whether founders pursuing unicorn status is a great endeavor or whether simply settling for private blue chip status is a lot better. I will begin, with part 1, by providing some general info and part 2 will be where I let it burn.
Tuesday, August 9, 2016

How To Toughing Your Service B2B Marketing or Die Trying

The Stress Causing Reality of B2B

There’s a lot of stress facing many service businesses. . .just trying desperately: to create a desirable service, to create awareness, to then sell it for a profit, and finally deliver a great experience is very demanding. In the past, you practically had forever to get it right because barrier to entry was huge.

Today, the formula for achieving continuous success in a competitive world is a minute-by-minute ongoing experiment. One day you could be celebrating the huge site traffic and record sales from your campaign and the next day your campaign has lost its momentum and consumers have moved on to other things. What I’m trying to say is your s%#^ is not the s#^&. If there’s not much differentiation and significant value in what you offer then your services are gradually being turned into commodities.

There are at least three choices in this reality. You can accept things, change things, or walk away from it. This content will help you see the b2b buyers perspective, your perspective, and some suggestions to consider.


Monday, August 1, 2016

How To Become An Agile Founder and An Agile Marketer

Yahoo failed to be agile that’s one reason why they lost ground to guys like Google and Facebook. If you look at yahoo through out its years you will see not many significant innovation or product diversity. Many have also blamed its slow-footed, mediocre products, poor culture, and failure to get into mobile sooner. Now if we look at Google, so many products and innovation that I sometimes wonder if they’ve been smoking a magic innovation weed. They can keep pumping out products because all they have to do is embed ads into. Almost every android user is expose to the mighty Google ad engine. The point is individuals can learn to be more agile in life and business like the Google’s of the world.

Since this is not about comparing one human to Google the company, I will admit that change is in the water. A lot of us are individually battling a lot of toxic noise and friction while we eagerly try to make sense of our founder lives and personal lives. Noise such as terrorism, jihad, identity, sexuality, love, millennial underemployment, racism, gender, gig-jobs, guns, wantrepreneurs, urbanization, biased-authority, the have and have not gap, GMO, automation, Donald Trump, etc. The fact still remains that the common constant in life and business are still change and adaptability also known as uncertainty and agility. What does it take to achieve sustainable success in a growing noisy and changing world? So far what I can conclude is that we all must adopt a better agile way of living, operating a business and loving . 

The following great insights are being shared with my fellow Founders Under 40™ Group members, founders, leaders, and individuals. Also I recommend you check out my new toolkit which will help you plan your founder life better. It is called, “The Founders Life Plan Tool Kit”. Which was produced by myself and the BJ MANNYST ( team. Our key sponsor FOUNDERS UNDER 40™ GROUP. (



Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Great Tips For Dealing With Anxiety for Founders with Founder’s Blues _ Info Graph

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Founder's Blues: Win But Don’t Risk Your Mental Health

As you all know, being a founder in this rapidly changing world is very demanding, stressful and occasionally lonely. The job can take a toll on your body, mind and spirit so I took the time to put together an unbelievable life plan toolkit. It’s just going through some final touch ups. I promise you you will find it invaluable.

Pre-order it today for $4.95US, please follow the link or click on the “get your copy today” image for more detail.

The following articles are being shared with my fellow founders, leaders, and individuals. I am not endorsing the authors or mentioned entities. Also I recommend you check out my new toolkit which will help you plan your founder life better. It is called, “The Founders Life Plan Tool Kit”. Which was produced by myself and the BJ MANNYST ( team. Our key sponsor FOUNDERS UNDER 40™ GROUP. (





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