How to form good habits. It’s something many of us struggle with daily. Habit Factor® designer/inventor, Martin Grunburg, shares his tips for making positive changes in your life and business.
Identified by Success Magazine as one of today’s most inspirational, creative and respected thought leaders in the multibillion-dollar personal-development arena, Martin is the designer/inventor of Habit Factor® as well as the author of the international bestselling book sharing the same name. He has presented at TEDx in the United Arab Emirates, and his work has been featured in the world’s most popular productivity blogs such as Lifehacker.com and mashable.com. Prior to developing and authoring The Habit Factor®, Martin has been a partner in C3 Networx, formerly Home2Office Computing Solutions, Inc. As founder/COO, he’s been nominated twice for the Entrepreneur of the Year award and has twice led his team to win the Better Business Bureau Award for Marketplace Ethics. He is an avid waterman, surfer and sailor who has completed the Catalina Classic (a 32-mile open -ocean paddle) multiple times and considers himself an “accidental triathlete”, having completed several full Ironman-distance triathlons (one in France).
Think Like A Journalist Quote
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” –Aristotle
“Action is the real measure of intelligence.” Napoleon Hill
Knowledge doesn’t mean ___. It’s what you do consistently that matters. –Tony Robins
Hear what Martin learned from publishing his book and how it impacted his life.
When It Didn’t Work
Find out what Martin learned after his book was published and what he is doing now based on what he learned.
- Recognize the marketplaces that act as search engines. Use these platforms
- Your Website must feature an offering in exchange for the visitors’ email.
- Constantly learn and network.
- Register/Trademark your branding. Learn more, listen to Episode 71 on Trademark
- Snatch up relevant domain names for your brand.
Smart Passive Income, Pat Flynn
Martin’s Ted Talk