Zoran Jambor

A person looking at an overcrowded bookshelf.

The more you know, the more you realize how much you still don’t know, as the saying goes.

And rightfully so. The more your knowledge expands, the more you start seeing gaps where people looking from a distance see nothing.

The trick is, of course, not to stop looking, but…

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Communication is a skill you should nurture and practice.

A person talking on a phone.

One of the most valuable skills worth acquiring, practicing, and nurturing is communication.

We communicate daily. Online, offline, in-person, via video, audio, text messages, with family members and business partners, when ordering food and talking with random strangers on the street-constantly.

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Your wellbeing is a major component of productivity; treat it as such.

Do you feel productive when you’re tired, angry, frustrated, or stressed? How much more can you accomplish when you’re well-rested, satisfied, and happy?

I’d say quite a bit. (That’s certainly the case with me.)

And if that’s the…

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As a creator, it’s imperative that you take the risk of putting yourself out there and having your work critiqued.

A person creating artwork on the pavement among a couple of bystanders.

If you want to do something that makes a difference, if you want to initiate change, sooner or later you will need to take a risk.

You will have to…

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What if I told you there is one completely safe investment that most people overlook, an investment that has the most incredible ROI?

The best investment is not gold. It’s not real estate. It’s not even crypto.

It’s knowledge.

Invest as much time and money as you can into courses…

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Before you commit your time and resources to build something, try to figure out if your audience really wants it.

You won’t know if something will work until you finish and ship it. But you might get an idea if it could work if you ask.

If your audience says…

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You have much more time available than you think. Use it wisely.

A person looking at two different social media networks on a laptop and mobile phone simultaneously.

How much could you accomplish if you eliminated some of the unnecessary distractions you’re wasting time on every day (or at least every evening)?

Do you really need to be up to date with everything on every social…

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Zoran Jambor

Zoran Jambor

I write about creating and marketing with a goal to inspire you to take action and make a difference. Currently building css-weekly.com & inspiration-bits.com.