, the most difficult thing for first-time entrepreneurs and "CEO novices" is what role they play in the process of growth. All CEO, whether or not the company’s founder, will have their own focus. This could be sales, product, engineering, marketing, or finance. This is the field they feel best about, the field in which they work, or their most visionary areas.
they’re very picky. They know what they want and don’t believe anyone else can do it.
4, the vast majority of blogger do not make much money by blogging,
recently wrote a lot of articles about the idea that "less is more", but that doesn’t mean you write on a whim, and then traffic and money will come in. Over the past 3 years, I’ve been insisting on spending 40-60 hours a week on blogs, sometimes more than 60 hours. By working seven days a week, you spend about 6-9 hours a day on your blog. Over a period of time, I updated 20-30 articles every day. The vast majority of full-time blogs are pretty much the same.
started in the company and, as a founder, CEO often does work requiring other skills. However, inertia is so powerful that you may always be able to work in a way that you are accustomed to. If you were a programmer, you would probably continue programming. If you have been a product manager, you are likely to continue to focus on products.
– founder CEO often ignores the opportunity cost he continues to be as a product manager.
– founder CEO is hard to realize that a full-time product manager might develop a better product than himself.
, however, the CEO won’t hand over what he is good at until the end. The founder of CEO is based on the following reasons:
my first profitable blog started at that time, and the subject was digital photography. Although I didn’t know what I was doing, it turned out that the choice was right.
3, blogging money requires a lot of work,
I met the right person at the right time. Some excellent blogs found me at the right time.
2, blogging money needs luck.
, according to recent statistics, Technorati’s top 100 blogs spend more than three years blogging. It takes a long time to build a successful blog, and it takes a long time to get in touch with your readers. It takes a long time to learn how to optimize your advertising. It takes a long time to adjust yourself.
has often told me that I’m going to make XXXX dollars in the next few months. How is that possible for a new blog,
founder CEO often makes a mistake, that is, from the point of view of their own habits to develop the company, and not aware of the impact of doing so on the entire company. For example, if a founder CEO is a good product manager, then when the company adds some engineers, CEO will still participate in product management. As business grows, the CEO will realize that he needs to increase the depth of the bench and recruit top experts, such as business development executives. He then wants to recruit marketing executives and sales executives.
but in fact, as a founder CEO, you won’t be able to better serve the company if you don’t give up what you’re good at. This is due to two reasons.
I’ve been blogging for five years, but in the first year I wasn’t making money for it, although I learned a lot about blogging in this year. For the next two years, while I was blogging, I worked 2-3 jobs at the same time and studied in my spare time.
– they worry that if they hand over what they are good at, they may not be able to bring any value to the company.
, first of all, as founder CEO, you are one of the few people who can take hold of the company’s entire business and understand every aspect of the company. You know how the company started, its initial goals, its early mistakes, its future, its potential customers, how it sold its products, and how it responded to it. In short, no one knows more about the whole business than you do. It means that you are unique and irreplaceable. This is your most important additional value.
1, blogging money making requires a long effort to coordinate the process of
– it’s hard to convince them to spend money on things that are already possible.
although I rarely mention it with other blogs, in fact, I’m lucky a lot of the time. I’m lucky I started blogging when I didn’t have a lot of blogging and when the competition wasn’t intense.
I also inadvertently made some money from blogging.
I used to use sports to analogy, any kind of sports, a lot of people to participate, but to rely on it to make money less, making a living out of it even fewer people, through which to make a lot of money is very little. The same is true of blogs. I set up a lot of voting on Problogger. The results show that the vast majority of blogger earn very little money every month. One side is the temptation to make a big profit through blogging, but the sad truth is that most bloggers don’t even earn much of their pocket money. Many blogs, though theoretically, make money
secondly, because you are sure