If you’re an entrepreneur looking to grow a business, you’ve probably heard of Neil Patel. Patel, an entrepreneur and digital marketing expert, has founded companies like Crazy Egg, Hello Bar, and Quicksprout. He has now focused on helping others with their marketing efforts, starting a popular consultancy business focused on digital marketing. Luckily for us, Neil is also a prolific writer. A part author of Hustle: The Power to Charge Your Life with Money, Meaning, and Momentum and always posting thought-provoking article on his own blog, Neil is never shy to provide his expertise.
Seth Godin has become sort of a celebrity in the entrepreneur universe. An early Dot Com entrepreneur and marketing guru, he launched Yoyodyne in 1995, an early gamification marketing web service that was acquired by Yahoo!. After serving as an executive at Yahoo! for a number of years, he launched content site Squidoo which was eventually acquired by HubPages in 2014.
Seth has also dedicated much of his life to teaching us using his entrepreneurial wisdom. Having published over 18 books, including seminal works like The Purple Cow and Free Prize Inside, he has become a renowned business author. Furthermore…
We’re a bunch of sports fans over at Chet and wanted to share how sports can influence business and leadership. Here are some of our favorite books that we think you can learn a lot from!
There are tons of really insightful and valuable blogs out there to read. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to try to pick and choose which ones to read. Luckily, our team at Chet has some favorite ones that we think can help benefit you! Check out the 5 blogs below!
At Chet, we’re always looking for inspiration on what to read, watch, or listen to. There’s such a wealth of knowledge out there and it can feel overwhelming trying to decide on what to choose. That’s why we always look to some of the world’s leading minds to see what content they’re engaging with. In this post, we look at some of the books that Bill Gates has been reading over the past summer.
1. The Choice by Dr. Edith Eva Eger
As the Chet community continues to grow this Fall, we’re excited to share some podcasts that have been shared on the app the first week of October. This is a great list with a lot of really interesting and insightful topics that we believe have some useful knowledge.
The pandemic lockdowns might have brought peace and rest to some, but for entrepreneurs, it has been quite the opposite. It is impossible to predict how businesses will bounce back after such a disastrous downtime and it is even more difficult to sit back and watch your work crumble. We thought, this might be the perfect time to stir things up and think differently! This is neither the first nor the worst crisis faced by businesses right? So what did they do to survive and bounce back? …
Chet is all about sharing and discovering the best content from professionals. We love to see the Chet community sharing what they’re reading, so we thought we’d share with you too! Happy reading!
Chris, CEO- On Writing: A Memoir of Craft, Stephen King
“ This book should be required reading for anyone interested in writing, written by a master author. The art of writing is one of the most effective modes of communication and everyone could learn from this book.”- Chris