Also read Tyt’s second guest post Do you want to be better noticed on Instagram?13 things I learned from the Digital Revolution [that changed the direction of my life] For making online courses / e-books | 0 Comments | Tiia Konttinen This can also be shared… like HBO’s theme songs 399 SHARES Facebook 398 Twitter Pinterest 1 LinkedIn 13 things I learned from the Digital Revolution. What training or coaching has changed the direction of your life? For me it was Digital Revolution’s E-book Mastermind. The training started at the perfect time, I was unemployed and wanted to start my own digital company. worth the price for an unemployed, single mother of two special children. I think I paid about €650 for the course as a whole. But the course was worth every euro.
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13 things I learned from the Digital Revolution I have been an entrepreneur for almost special data three years. There is a very high probability that I would not be here without the Digital Revolution course. In this post, I’ll tell you 13 things I learned from them early in my career and how it all changed my life. 1. Design your business to support the life of your dreams The longer I’ve been an entrepreneur, the more this issue has been emphasized. Although I already knew when I wanted to establish a location-independent business, implementing this in practice was another matter. With the help of the digital revolution, practical sense to do this. It’s incredibly liberating to sit in front of the computer and see that you can happily take a day (or week) off and the business rolls along smoothly.
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Currently, my company generates approx. €4,000 in automatic (passive) income every month, whether I worked or not. 2. Define your dream customer precisely I have heard many times from others that “my product is suitable for everyone”. It may be so, but it is important to understand that not BJ Lists everyone cares about your product and does not feel it is necessary. Defining my dream client has been a long road for me, and in retrospect I have to admit that I should have listened to Pekka even more closely When you know and know your dream customer, the whole entrepreneurship is a little easier. You always know who you are blogging for. You always know why someone reads your post and why someone would join your online course. And best of all, very often your dream clients become your new friends.