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How to Be a Billionaire:

The “16 Rules For Success” In Business (And In Life!)

Recently, GoDaddy.com founder Bob Parsons sold his company for $2 billion. How did he get to be a billionaire?

Check out Parson’s 16 Rules For Success:

1. Get and stay out of your comfort zone

2. Never give up

3. When you’re ready to quit, you’re closer than you think

4. With regard to whatever worries you, not only accept the worst thing that could happen, but make it a point to quantify what the worst thing could be

5. Focus on what you want to have happen

6. Take things a day at a time

7. Always be moving forward

8. Be quick to decide

9. Measure everything of significance

10. Anything that is not managed will deteriorate

11. Pay attention to your competitors, but pay more attention to what you’re doing

12. Never let anybody push you around

13. Never expect life to be fair

14. Solve your own problems

15. Don’t take yourself too seriously

16. There’s always a reason to smile

Whether or not we envision a life of champagne wishes and caviar dreams, this is great advice for business and for living life.

Go out there an CRUSH IT!

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What Science Knows and What Business Does

How to Use a Mismatch in Motivational Theory to Your Advantage

Let me give you a scenario. Imagine you have two groups of people working on a challenging task. You tell Group A that if they are the first to finish the task, they receive $25. You don’t tell anything to Group B. Who do you think will finish the task first?

If you said Group A, you are DEAD WRONG!

You’re probably thinking, “What? How is that possible? Giving someone a monetary incentive will surely increase their productivity.”

Businesses have used that kind of logic for centuries. Reward people with money and they will work harder, faster, and stronger. Science, however, knows better.

Watch this video to learn more about this dangerous discrepancy:

The surprising science of motivation suggests the complete opposite of what businesses do to motivate their employees. Monetary incentives only work when the task is clear-cut with an obvious solution. However, for complex tasks such as the classic “candle problem,” this strategy is a bust. More workers are doing more creative, conceptual, right-brain tasks. Solutions to these tasks are not clear.

Thus, the classic reward and punishment approach may cost you time AND money. In the 21st century, it simply does not work.

Where to Go From Here:

What we need to focus on is intrinsic motivation–motivation from within. This can be broken down into 3 main components:

  1. Autonomy
  2. Mastery
  3. Purpose

These 3 components should be the building blocks of your business.

Autonomy is especially important because it allows people to pursue their creative thoughts and turn them into action. Google’s “20 Percent” philosophy is a great example. Google employees are required to spend 20% of their time developing new ideas. 50% of all new Google products are the product of 20 Percent time.

So, instead of using the old “reward and punishment” philosophy to spur motivation, look at the facts. Entice your employees with intrinsic motivation. Give them autonomy, increase their desire to master whatever they do, and reinforce their sense of purpose in their tasks.

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Frozen Healthy Foods Have Arrived at Last

HUMAN’s “Arctic HUMAN” Machine Delivers Healthy, Frozen Foods Fast

When you think of frozen foods from a vending machine, what products normally come to mind? You would probably guess ice cream–ice cream sandwiches, drumsticks, ice cream cookies, etc. Just one serving of one of these frozen treats may contain up to 430 calories and 19 grams of fat!

If that fact doesn’t make you shiver, I don’t know what will. But have no fear, HUMAN’s “Arctic HUMAN” machine is here!

Here are some features:

• Frozen Healthy Meals: Want a healthy frozen food meal but didn’t have time to buy any at the store? The “Arctic HUMAN” vends a wide variety of tasty and nutritious full frozen meals (in multiple shapes and sizes). This machine has you covered!

The Fort Knox of Vending: “Ruggedized” design that is built to withstand the elements. Rain or shine, sleet or snow. We’re right up there with the US Post Office.

Advanced Insulation: Keeps your products cold while reducing energy consumption, which is good for you and the environment!

Vend-Sensor Technology: Strategically-placed infrared sensors virtually eliminate misvends.

Self-Diagnosing System: Clears vending errors automatically. A smart machine with some heart-smart products.

Increased Versatility: Uses conveyor belt dispensing technology, not Coils, which greatly increases versatility and capacity.

Cash/Coin Validator: Can be upgraded to any form of cashless payment (Credit/Debit).

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Amy Coplen

Marketing Queen at HUMAN Everywhere
A southern bell with a salty attitude, Amy moved to the big city to fulfill her dreams! As a social butterfly with a strong desire for success, Amy found internet marketing to be her one true calling in life. With a passion for personal development and a strong dedication to live her life with a positive mindset, she found HUMAN to be the perfect atmosphere to spread her wings and flourish.
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