Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki has been recommended to me many times and I finally got down to reading it. It really does make sense of investment strategies and the flaws in pretty much everyone’s thinking – which is great. However, if you’re looking for investment advice and how to invest, this book won’t really cover the step-by-step directions on where and how to make money from your money. I would say that it is enlightening to the fact that there’s a...

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Do you need to beat down competition to beat them?

I stumbled open a video of Steve Jobs discussing a new partnership on the ZA Tech Slack Channel. It was in 1997 when Apple announced that they were partnering with Microsoft. Yes, you heard me right. They partnered with their biggest competitor. A lot of things were announced about what would be done in the partnership with some receiving quality feedback and others receiving jeers form the crowd. It probably left a lot of people wondering why this partnership even existed. Then Steve Jobs...

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The Social Links Version 1 Point 0

A few years ago a wrote a small WordPress plugin called The Social Links. It was a solution to a small problem I had and I thought I might as well release a little plugin for it. A few weeks later and it had a few thousand downloads and was getting a ton of requests. That’s when I decided to move it over to Digital Leap. The only issue is that business happened. As Digital Leap grew, a free plugin like The Social Links wasn’t a priority. Why? Because it didn’t pay the bills...

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Launch Fast. Update fast.

This is a lesson I’ve started being glad that I have learnt. It’s something that over the years has made me that there actually is no “perfect product” out there. To explain what I mean, let me start with the topic of their being no “perfect products” out there. Just so you know, I’m referring to products found in the online space such as Facebook, Twitter etc. If we take those two as an example along and look back their history; you’ll see that...

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