Kavit Haria

Creator of the Automated Business System. I like reading about business, biology, behaviour and consciousness.

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Kavit Haria

18 days ago

Remember, winning is not having your product but the future that’s possible thanks to having your product:

The Greatest Sales Pitch I’ve Seen All Year

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Kavit Haria

76 days ago

True nobility,” Dyer writes, “isn’t about being better than someone else. It’s about being better than you used to be

The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-Create Your World Your Way

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Kavit Haria

77 days ago

Dyer names what he calls the seven “faces of intention”: Creativity, Kindness, Love, Beauty, Expansion, Unlimited Abundance and Receptivity.

The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-Create Your World Your Way

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Kavit Haria

77 days ago

from Sufi poet and mystic Hafiz: “I rarely let the word no escape from my mouth because it is so plain to my soul that God has shouted, Yes! Yes! Yes! to every luminous movement in existence.”

The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-Create Your World Your Way

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77 days ago

he’s automated much of his life outside of work, including laundry and cleaning services, food delivery, and other household chores.

How the busiest people plan their days

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77 days ago

To stay organised, Casalena uses a colour-coded Google calendar to plan his entire day. That way, he can easily see where the much-needed gaps are. He also emails himself reminders, which he then adds to his online calendar

How the busiest people plan their days

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77 days ago

When you procrastinate on a task, you are slowing down the progress of your entire company.

The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Productivity: 6 Experts Share Their Best Tips

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Kavit Haria

77 days ago

You might find it helpful to jot down—and I mean literally, with an old-fashioned pen and paper—some thoughts about what you want to be doing five years from now, after I’ve used my near-limitless resources to make competing with me both pointless and humiliating

My Advice To Anyone Starting A Business Is To Remember That Someday I Will Crush You

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Kavit Haria

77 days ago

Value your customers, hire well, find a market that isn’t being served, and realize that someday I will utterly crush you

My Advice To Anyone Starting A Business Is To Remember That Someday I Will Crush You

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107 days ago

A close friend and collaborator of mine, Steve Magness, is coach to a stable of the world’s best runners. He often says that “the nice part about coaching intrinsically motivated and super driven people is that I rarely, if ever, have to push them forward. That’s not the hard part

Sometimes Not Working Is Work, Too

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Kavit Haria

129 days ago

most decisions should probably be made with somewhere around 70% of the information you wish you had. If you wait for 90%, in most cases, you’re probably being slow.

Full text: In annual shareholder letter, Jeff Bezos explains why it will never be Day 2 at Amazon

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Kavit Haria

129 days ago

To keep the energy and dynamism of Day 1, you have to somehow make high-quality, high-velocity decisions

Full text: In annual shareholder letter, Jeff Bezos explains why it will never be Day 2 at Amazon

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129 days ago

Staying in Day 1 requires you to experiment patiently, accept failures, plant seeds, protect saplings, and double down when you see customer delight.

Full text: In annual shareholder letter, Jeff Bezos explains why it will never be Day 2 at Amazon

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Kavit Haria

129 days ago

customers are always beautifully, wonderfully dissatisfied, even when they report being happy and business is great. Even when they don’t yet know it, customers want something better, and your desire to delight customers
will drive you to invent on their behalf.

Full text: In annual shareholder letter, Jeff Bezos explains why it will never be Day 2 at Amazon

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Kavit Haria

129 days ago

A remarkable customer experience starts with heart, intuition, curiosity, play, guts, taste. You won’t find any of it in a survey

Full text: In annual shareholder letter, Jeff Bezos explains why it will never be Day 2 at Amazon

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Kavit Haria

228 days ago

Regardless of the blood, sweat and tears that are shed to put the work in, we tend to stay loyal to our ikigai and weather all storms that attempt to keep us from it once we have evoked and embraced it.

Discover Your Ikigai—(Your Reason For Living).

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Kavit Haria

228 days ago

Sacred Activism, encourages us on the other hand to find our purpose by ‘following our heartbreak’. Andrew Harvey calls us to discover that which is most deeply disturbing in our world and to use this as a catalyst to propel our actions and discover where we can make the biggest difference.

Ikigai: Finding your Reason for Being

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228 days ago

The truth is, if there was ever a time on our planet where a sense of true purpose was needed, required, or desperately called for, now would be that time

Ikigai: Finding your Reason for Being

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228 days ago

The secret to a long and happy life is not to live in the hope of a great life tomorrow. It is to live with intention today

What is your Ikigai?

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229 days ago

If you mistake busyness for importance--which we do a lot--you're not able to see what really is important

Being Lazy Is the Key to Success, According to the Best-Selling Author of 'Moneyball'

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229 days ago

When was the last time you felt comfortable doing nothing? Not for an hour or a day, but in general, with no immediate projects at hand?

Being Lazy Is the Key to Success, According to the Best-Selling Author of 'Moneyball'

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Kavit Haria

256 days ago

Know the philosophy, know the details,and ignore everything in the middle.

You’re Focusing on the Wrong Stuff

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256 days ago

You know you’ve found the right person when they come on-board and your life is instantly better.

What I Learned Growing an 8-Figure Business

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Kavit Haria

256 days ago

To be successful, you have to hire people better than you.

What I Learned Growing an 8-Figure Business

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256 days ago

The moment you realize you have complete responsibility for every aspect of your life is the exact moment you are completely FREE! (see the movie: The Adjustment Bureau)

Why You Should be Planning for 2018, Not 2017.

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Kavit Haria

256 days ago

if you can get close to and aligned with the customer, you’ll win. If you’re only focused on yourself, you’ll go out of business.

Don't Get Funnel Vision: How to Preboard Your Customers To Success

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Kavit Haria

256 days ago

For SaaS products, “somewhere between 40 and 60 percent of people who start a free trial will never log into the software a second time,” according to SaaS expert Patrick MacKenzie.

Don't Get Funnel Vision: How to Preboard Your Customers To Success

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Kavit Haria

256 days ago

The only time you should “pivot” is when you learn something so significant about your product, customer, or problem, that you have to make a substantive change to your business.

When to Commit—and When to Pivot

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258 days ago

The bigger the impact you make in the world, the easier it is to rally consumers behind your product.

The Do-Good Business Model: How To Earn More, Give More, And Create Change

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Kavit Haria

263 days ago

I’m not advocating writing a 20-page marketing strategy playbook when you have just a dozen customers. Nevertheless, an outline of just a few pages that includes your target customer profile, strategic messaging with outlined value proposition, market segments, content topics, and marketing channels can increase the clarity and effectiveness of your marketing significantly.

How to Design Marketing Campaigns: The Importance of Market Segmentation

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Kavit Haria

263 days ago

Great definition

What is a marketing campaign? A marketing campaign is a process that includes a series of activities or steps designed to alter the perception and behavior of customers or prospects.

How to Design Marketing Campaigns: The Importance of Market Segmentation

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Kavit Haria

265 days ago

Perhaps the CEO’s most important operational responsibility is designing and implementing the communication architecture for her company

One On One

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265 days ago

Connect every project, every task to the why, until you start to hear the why evangelized by others around you.

Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management (Part 2)

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265 days ago

When you spend time talking about the why, once is not enough. Twice isn’t either.
Repeat yourself until you wonder if people are annoyed by you sounding like a broken record

Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management (Part 2)

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Kavit Haria

265 days ago

Assuming you’re surrounded by smart, capable people, I find that there are two things that tend to get in the way of progress as teams scale: lack of motivation, or confusion about what really matters.

Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management (Part 2)

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Kavit Haria

265 days ago

Put simply, people want to feel truly understood at work. Or as Camille Fournier, CTO of Rent the Runway puts it, they want “relatedness.“

Why once a quarter check-ins don't work & cause turnover

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

Great stories are credible, simple, consistent, and use both financial and nonfinancial metrics to link a long-term vision and firm values with a distinctive business strategy and focused operational priorities.

4 Ways CEOs Can Conquer Short-Termism

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

“most organizational performance issues are actually trust issues in disguise.”

Trust: The Leadership Skill that Matters Most

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

the first step in systems thinking is to answer the question, “What is the purpose of the system you want to build?”

Four Principles of Transformation: What I Learned from Mark Bertolini, CEO and Chairman of Aetna

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

What if we all lived life like a surfer on a wave?

The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination

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266 days ago

On a human beings highest potential, a person is able to translate threats into enjoyable challenges. It supports a person to stay in harmony and to live a satisfied life.

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

Your view on the world is the outcome of where you focus your consciousness.

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

In order to achieve a state of flow we have to gain control over our consciousness.

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

The death of deep work is distraction. When you are in a deep work session, you have to avoid distraction at all cost.

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

“The ability to perform deep work is becoming increasingly rare at exactly the same time it is becoming increasingly valuable in our economy. As a consequence, the few who cultivate this skill, and then make it the core of their working life, will thrive.”

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

266 days ago

The flow session, that can be supported by deep work, has an impact on our self. The self grows with each challenge and with each opportunity we can improve ourselves as human being.

(Deep Work) => Flow - A proven Path to Satisfaction

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Kavit Haria

275 days ago

Every problem is super-interesting and has its own nuances, and you solve it today, but you try to solve it with an architecture. You build a machine to solve the problems that are like it later,” Kalanick says. “And then you move on to the next.”

How Travis Kalanick Is Building The Ultimate Transportation Machine

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275 days ago

What We Don’t Do – AVC

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305 days ago

If I ever felt myself getting caught up in or brought down by what other people thought of me, whether or not they approved of what I was doing (or wearing), all I had to do is ask myself if they would be one of the ten people to cry at my funeral.

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster - by Darren Hardy

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Kavit Haria

305 days ago

If one crab realizes there’s nothing keeping him in the trap and tries to leave, the other crabs will do anything they can to stop him. They will repeatedly pull him from the side of the cage.

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster - by Darren Hardy

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