The Three. Le Trois. El Tres


Happy Monday!

A new week. A fresh start for you.

Now go after your dream(s).

Here are the three articles that caught my eye!

I love you all!



P.S. If you’re comfortable, do the opposite = growth.


1) Oh…Wait.


It’s not a shooting star.

It’s a satellite (100-1? To help others connect to the Internet)?

That Shooting Star You See in the Sky May Well Be a Satellite (the article is behind a paywall. And we talked about technology’s impact on the entertainment world last week: not only will it help people in rural areas get high speed Internet, they can start downloading their favorite movie or TV show a lot faster).

2) Look this way

The pandemic has hit two industries the hardest: retail. And cinemas.

The lessons?

(A) if you don’t have an e-commerce option, your fans can’t buy your product(s) = you’ll go bankrupt

(B) your product(s)/knowledge must solve your client(s) problems and

(C) you have to offer something different to get people back into your cinema/store. 

This article? The perfect example of point C:

Alamo Drafthouse Offers Private Theater Rentals With Over 40 Movies

3) Too little, too late?

It’s about time but as many of you are watching Netflix etc on your big screen TV/tablets/phones, it’s too little, too late (it takes 66 days to change a habit. Will you be changing it just to see a movie? That’s the question you need to ask yourself from a risk POV):

Judge Rules Movie Studios Can Now Buy Movie Theater Chains

Stay at home workout (mindset article)

It’s an investment article but here’s the lesson:

Think like an investor when you decide to do something: focus on the ROI (Return On Investment; I do this each time I see an opportunity):

Example: if you:

A) keep exercising = positive attitude = healthy you

B) learn something new (from reading a book, taking a free etc) = you can use the knowledge at work = possible pay raise or new job

Some Investors See Now as the Time to Buy Hotels. Here’s What to Keep in Mind.


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