Tim Ferriss, the best-selling author of The Four-Hour Work Week is an investor and business innovator. He’s known for his podcast where he covers morning routines and meditation habits of celebrities, CEOs, and sportspeople and he is an investor in several successful startups. Here he shares five quick tips to make sure your small business is firing on all cylinders.
- Create a new category of product that you own
- Find your diehard true fans
- Don’t be the low-cost option
- Subtract before you add
- First impressions count
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Christine is a Life Strategist living in Los Angeles. Using systems, routines, and personalized methods, she can help almost anyone hack their mind and life for more joy and greater productivity.