ArchivesAuthor: Gerry Cramer

28Jun

Have you ever experienced a time when amazing things seemed to “just happen” and opportunities seemed to fall effortlessly into your lap…? I have. I call this, being in “the zone”. Entering The Zone I’ve recognized the existence of “the zone” throughout my life but I’ve not always realized that I could effortlessly put myself […]Continue Reading

27Jun

I’ve been blogging since 2004. As soon as pinning a post to the top of my blog became an option, I immediately understood the value. Literally, one of the easiest and smartest things you can do to give your readers the best user experience is to highlight your most interesting content so they don’t have […]Continue Reading

25Jun

You may have noticed, Facebook has recently introduced a new feature to help keep better track of your closest friends’s feeds. Now you can “star” your friends, thereby adding them to your “close friends” group, making their posts more visible. Though a pretty nifty feature, Facebook made a small tactical error when introducing the star […]Continue Reading

24Jun

I’m passionate about this subject. As humans, we are unable to learn creativity. Fortunately, there is no need since we are infinitely creative from birth. Instead, we must unclog our creative pathways. As Picasso once put it, “we are all artists as children, the problem is trying to remain artists as we grow older”. During […]Continue Reading

23Jun

A telling infographic on Facebook and Social Sharing tendencies reveals a lot…Continue Reading

20Jun

This is… well… GREAT!Continue Reading

20Jun

I’ve always believed (much like Picasso) that we are all born artists. The problem is remaining one as we grow older. I just took an inspiring (and funny) 20-min dip into the TED pool… This is worth watching.Continue Reading

15Jun

Every few months, Tai Lopez, Tim Houston and myself throw a mastermind in Hollywood, CA. The last mastermind we hosted, one of our members asked the group to participate in a quick brainstorm on what domain they should pick for their new business. My answer was simple.Continue Reading

13Jun

A larger reward leads to a poorer performance? That doesn’t make sense, does it? Science says our common rewards system may not only fail, it actually backfires.Continue Reading

09Feb

If you post a pin on Pinterest.com and it happens to link to an ecommerce site with an affiliate program (sites like Amazon.com, for example), Pinterest has begun injecting their own affiliate tracking codes into your links. I haven’t seen any major news outlets discussing or commenting on the implications as the popularity of this […]Continue Reading