Last week, LeBron James made the news when he yelled at teammate Mario Chalmers during the game. He was furious about a play that went poorly and the video of the incident showed how unhappy he was. What was brilliant about this whole incident was what LeBron said later. He uttered three of the most important words great leaders need to know how to say. What were they?

Want the job no one else gets? Do what no one else does. Like Adam. When he was out of work, he sent 250 resumes to different jobs. And he didn't get a single one. So he decided to launch an unusual campaign. Instead of complaining or...

If you google, "Mom Blogs," there are 438 million results. Standing out in that crowd feels impossible. Standing out in most crowds feels impossible. We've all got an overload of options. Right now it's difficult to get people to sign up for your new platform because of something called "profile exhaustion." People are tired of having to fill out profiles. It's also hard to get people to support your kickstarter. I talked with a crowdfunding expert and he said charities are experiencing "donor fatigue." It's easier than ever to start something, which is great, but it's also bad because the marketplace is crowded. How to you stand out amidst the noise? How do you get momentum for your dream? How do you get the right kind of support? You delight. People like to be delighted. At stores, with businesses, amongst friends, delight still matters. I daresay we're entering the "delight economy." Want an easy example? Here's a photo someone posted on Reddit.

Sign up for all of Jon’s ideas in your inbox!

Yes! Send Me Jon’s New Blog Ideas

Get All of Jon's New Ideas!

We won't send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time. Powered by ConvertKit