Hey Everyone,

Hope you all had a wonderful week and welcome back to The Pursuit.

Each week, I share the most impactful ideas that help me in my pursuit of better. In business, relationships, health, networking, wealth, happiness, and more.

One idea is something I personally learned that week, and the rest are from others who inspire me.

Today, I have some awesome topics to dive into from a few brilliant content creators – the art of creating a daily process, effort over talent, the potential explosion of the already exploding creator economy, and investing in your personal brand.

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Alright, onto this week’s ideas.


Effort Over Talent

“If someone’s much better than you at something, they probably try much harder.

You probably underestimate how much harder they try.”

Source: Bookbear Express


The Insane Potential of The Creator Economy

“The Creator Economy and NFTs are massive human potential unlocks. Even if certain assets are in a short-term bubble, we are on an inexorable march towards individuals mattering more than institutions.

We’re on the precipice of a creative explosion, fueled by putting power, and the ability to generate wealth, in the hands of the people. Armed with powerful technical and financial tools, individuals will be able to launch and scale increasingly complex projects and businesses. Within two decades, we will have multiple trillion-plus dollar publicly traded entities with just one full-time employee, the founder.

That sounds bold, but it’s kind of already happened: as of last week, Bitcoin, which has no employees, crossed the $1 trillion mark.”

Source: Not Boring by Packy McCormick


Investing In Your Personal Brand

“A personal brand is one of the most valuable assets you can acquire.

Nobody beats you at being you.

Invest in your personal brand and let it work for you.”

Source: Jessie van Breugel


Idea From Me: The Art of Creating A Daily Process

Half the battle of becoming highly effective is developing a clear vision of who you want to become.

Then working backward from there to figure out 2-3 daily actions that will turn you into that person if executed every day.

Then surrender to that process.

Until next time, have a great weekend.

Ryan

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