Time stamped show notes:
[4:02] We all spend so much time looking for hacks, and productivity improvements and people to answer our questions, when deep down we all know the right answers.
[4:40] Things that you put out that are in the middle don't get viewed.
[6:21] Top ways to test headlines
[8:51] Sumo doesn't track a lot of stuff, they keep it simple.
[9:39] Introduction to Noah Kagan
[10:12] What he would like to create next. Legacy he wants to leave.
[10:31] There is no such thing as legacy.
[10:43] He thinks of what problems can he solve that would make his life better.
[11:02] The greatest disease of the entrepreneur: distraction.
[12:04] His “secret” to success: persistence. Having a clear outcome and then sticking with it.
[15:55] Coffee challenge.
[17:30] Get comfortable with asking for things in general to get better in business.
[19:30] Do whatever you're great at, find someone to help you with what you're not good at.
[22:00] Not hating
[23:00] Be everyone's friends when you're dead
[24:00] Becoming friends with those you don't necessarily like
[24:40] Emotional Energy
[26:00] Get better people around you
[27:20] Just add value
[28:00] Success from playing it cool and keeping it real
[29:46] Audio gets cut
[31:12] Story time about not messing up people's lives
[32:00] Surrounding yourself with non-complaining people
[33:15] Seeing things for how they truly are
[34:21] The projection of our economy
[35:32] Not being on the wrong side of future
[38:24] YOU can help Noah
[39:40] Meeting Jeff Bezos
[40:00] Learning from Jeff
[41:32] It's always going to be harder
[42:48] Spending with those who will help you
[44:04] Feel it
Three key points:
- His “secret” to success: persistence. Having a clear outcome and then sticking with it.
- Get comfortable with asking for things in general to get better in business.
- Do whatever you're great at, find someone to help you with what you're not good at.