9 critical skills you should never discount, business killers & more
The Growth Letter #82
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Today at a glance:
Article: 9 Critical skills you should never discount
Post: 8 business killers for you
Media: Moderator at Dream Tech Barcelona
Tool: Meet renowned experts with Intro
Framework: Efficient communication in business
There’s no shortage of startup career advice — from Twitter threads and LinkedIn posts to podcasts and newsletters. This article focuses on finding advice that gets under the hood to the overlooked parts of work, the spots most in need of shining, and the development areas that likely aren’t covered by your existing daily or weekly habits.
A glimpse at the 9 critical skills you should never discount.
Justin Welsh is a LinkedIn creator and has designed a content system that works on the platform. He shares his journey of being a solopreneur across platforms. Here’s another insight from his learnings for your journey to creating a one-person business.
At the Dream Tech event, I moderated 3 amazing Founders a couple of weeks ago. We spoke on some essential tools for the eCommerce space, the changing customer landscape, and the industry's future.
I hope you guys enjoy your summer break, refresh, and work on building great connections.
You can read and look at the recording of the event here.
Intro is an online marketplace to book world-renowned experts across industries. What was deemed inaccessible is accessible. Think Andrew Chen and Sahil Bloom are available to provide solutions to your problems and a click away to add value to your business.
In business, communication needs to be clear and efficient. The Minto Pyramid gives your communication a top-down structure and gets your message across quickly and clearly. Lead with the conclusion, provide key arguments, and support them with detailed information.
1) Conclusion → Our recommendation, based on our research and findings, is to create a digital product focusing on the target 24- 36 age group.
2) Our Main findings → We have had x amount of people who looked for this as their go-to solution. Customer requests are filled with these kinds of requests.
3) How did we arrive at this → We surveyed various age groups and found out what they like. The most active age group is between 24-36, with an NPS score between 4.3 - 4.9 compared to other age groups who gave us a 3.7 - 4.2.
This provides your audience with the most important information first & later; if they want to know more, they’ll read more about the details.
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