If you had to 10x your company’s revenue in 6 months, what would you do?— Justin Gordon (@justingordon212) August 17, 2022
We did this, but 50% was just timing and riding the tailwinds of changes in the market that we were ahead of the curve on. The other half was expanding our product line (by talking to customers and seeing what gap we could fill for them). New customer ARPU doubled. pic.twitter.com/xYRr14Mtj1— Daniel Tawfik (@dantawfik) August 17, 2022
Create a super user role - someone/team who can find out what whales value and obsess over them.— LIFELONG AUDIO (@tjmorgxn) August 18, 2022
Raise prices across the board, but make improvements to UI to reduce the cost for the user/customer.
Acquire another company lol.
Over extend on content and partnerships.
You would have to test every channel (there are 17 and can be found in the book Traction by Weinberg) to understand the lowest CAC. If I may say, to achieve a 10x growth you would need some virality. That's only possible with Software-based products.— Ing. Mario Varón M.Sc (@ma_varon_col) August 17, 2022
Stop fund raising forever— Ruby Gadelrab (@DivaBiotech) August 17, 2022
I’d make TikTok partnerships 100% of my marketing spend— Michel Myara (@MichelMyara) August 18, 2022
Go from $100 to $1,000 in Google ads revenue for The Blog. Ramp it up.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) August 18, 2022
Or $10 to $100. ;)— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) August 18, 2022
Must ask startup interview question:— Andrew Gazdecki (@agazdecki) August 18, 2022
How do you feel about your job changing daily?
From Zero To One With Three— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) August 18, 2022
What book had the biggest impact on your life?— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) August 17, 2022
"Tao Te Ching" by Lao Tzu https://t.co/c0FNIPJsQ8— Jim OShaughnessy (@jposhaughnessy) August 18, 2022
1. The Prophet by Khalil Gibran— Black Sapience© (@Misgates) August 17, 2022
2. How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie
3. The power of positive thinking by Norman Vincent
4. The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt
5. The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli
6. Surely You are joking Mr. Feynman by Richard Feynman
The Count of Monte Cristo. Picked it for a book report as a kid bc the cover looked cool. Have read it 5 times. Each time it means something new to me: as a kid, a teen, a college student, a soldier, husband and father. Great life lessons, namely faith and perseverance.— Justin Hillman 🇺🇲 🇮🇱 (@justinmhillman) August 17, 2022
In the West, the Bible is THE most influential book whether people are actually religious or not, this is the truth. It’s the foundational book of the Western Civalization— Dez (@dezinthecloud) August 17, 2022
Future Shock by Alvin Toffler— Doug Antin (@DougAntin) August 17, 2022
Technology is advancing faster than ever before.
And these tech advances cause society to change at an accelerating rate.
It causes an experience similar to culture shock.
Lesson: To thrive, understand the world is changing & embrace the change.
Everything in life is a negotiation it changed my life, everything from my career to how I communicate with my kids pic.twitter.com/3GJ6P2R9dk— AlexRA (@AsmusRA) August 17, 2022
4 hour work week. It made me start measuring expenses by my hourly earnings. I adjusted my spending habits pretty fast.— Casey Golden (@caseycgolden) August 18, 2022
Not sure if there can just one book having biggest impact on my life, but this book is the most interesting book that I have read..and I enjoyed every single page... pic.twitter.com/lwzAv9kZpa— Sarfaraz Nawaz (@the_snawaz) August 17, 2022
The Catcher in the Rye. Holden Caufield taught me as a teenager that everyone is phoney, except for kids. Kids are the purest form of honesty.— Cory (@laclu) August 17, 2022
This Spoke Zarathustra. Read it the first time, didn’t get it, thought it was “alright”. Studied it deeply in a graduate course a couple years later, and I think it’s one of the most important texts written ever. I wish it was more commonly discussed.— john (@birdappreplyguy) August 17, 2022
This one helped me get my head right pretty recently, the rest is falling into place after getting that foundation in place. pic.twitter.com/QNbKY9YH1D— nfcheese.sol (@NFCheese_) August 17, 2022
The Lord of the Rings. It was the summer between 5th and 6th grade and blew me away that I’d gone along on this epic journey in my mind. Uncovered the potential and power of books for me. Like many things in life, it’s not always the first but the first best.— nickbarton.sol (@bartonbrothers) August 17, 2022
My answer is most likely boring but it’s honest and it’s REAL: The Bible 🤷🏾♂️😊— Emmanuel 🔅 (@e_Benefits) August 18, 2022
Forget how spiritual it can seem, but almost every life lesson takes me back to a statement, a story, a lesson, a principle It’s such a practical guide EVEN when I’m not trying to reference it.
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series bc it got me to get in bed earlier and fall asleep earlier, asleep by 10pm. Made an enormous difference in my life— randomlearning (@randomlearning) August 17, 2022
These books put me on a creative journey that eventually led to me becoming a graphic designer pic.twitter.com/u9fvuGEIxO— Punjabi Art Director (@gogetsinder) August 18, 2022
Rogets Thesaurus...It has had the most amazing, phenomenal, spectacular, profound, epic, fantastic, stupendous effect on my life...— Elmer FUD (@gone_fission_) August 18, 2022
so many, i remember reading zero to one and lean startup back in 2014 in a single sitting unable to sleep because it really clicked for me— Crypto The Kid 🤠 (@thatcryptobul) August 18, 2022
Malignant Self love by Sam Vaknin. I was dating a narcissist and I had no clue what was happening. Book finally opened my eyes. Would be appropriate for Melania to read.— Barbara Wales (@barbie1952) August 17, 2022
I went thru all the comments… it seems no one is impacted by author Gabriel José García Márquez…— sunil godithi (@sgodithi) August 17, 2022
My favorites of his are 100 years of solitude and love in the time of cholera.
Mind bending for me
The Bitcoin Standard by @saifedean— sunnydecree (@sunnydecree) August 17, 2022
...my high school year book...good times..— Deep Throat (@DeepThroatIPO) August 18, 2022
Zen and the art of Motorcycle Maintenance - Robert Pirsig.— Wilson Maravilha de Nicolau Canda (@__wmv__) August 18, 2022
The Bible. It’s all about Jesus Christ who is creator of universe, Lord, savior and king of kings. This Bible changed my life and my navigation heading to where I truly belong. No question to ask.— Heading to the “ Moon “ (@longvisionman) August 18, 2022
The Book of Mormon— Another Sarah (@I_am_sarah_also) August 18, 2022
A Brief History of Time. It spurred an interest in science that ultimately led me to an engineering degree.— Poplar Ponderosa (@PonderosaPoplar) August 17, 2022
A close second is Atomic Habits.
As economies collapse, Western loans simply won’t get repaid, and poor nations will crash out of the dollar system that props up Western lifestyles. Then, even Americans won’t be able to money-print their way out of trouble. It’s already begun. Sri Lanka has started settling loans in Indian rupees, and India is buying Russian oil in rubles. China may buy Saudi oil with yuan. .