This piece tells you Zac Cohn's story and awakening from being shy, to becoming a cutting edge athlete in parkour, to learning how to actually make sure you're building things that people actually want with your business time.
Zac is doing a GiveGetWin deal that has a mix of a group class and personal attention: Personal Training In How To Build Products That People Actually Want. It'll be an outstanding and insightful experience.
"7 Must-Do Guidelines To Build Products That People Actually Want"by Zac Cohn, as told to Sebastian Marshall
I was a pretty shy person when I was younger, but it started to change when I went with my dad on a business trip he was taking to San Francisco.
We went to a technology talk show called "The Screen Savers." We were talking to the handler -- the person who makes sure the live audience behaves.
On No Status Quo
Last week I wrote a post about the dangers of analysis paralysis.
To quickly sum it up, if you get stuck in the planning stage and never take action, you're not going to get anywhere. Instead you should just take the next step in the right direction, and you will already be closer to your goal. You don't need to know the entire roadmap before you can start driving.