Priceless business advice by Derek Sivers

In one of my previous posts I shared an awesome video (extra TED Talks included) created by Derek Sivers where he shared why you need to fail in order to be successful.

Well, Derek has just recorded a remarkable presentation broken down into eight short videos, in which he shares all what he has learned over the 10 years he built CD Baby, a multimillion dollar business. All the videos are full of priceless advice.

I strongly recommend you to take the time to watch all the videos (it will take you around 40 minutes). I know how valuable your time is, so trust me when I say that this 40 minute presentation will be worth your time.

Enjoy!

Uncommon sense

Part 1: Derek’s background



Part 2: Why are you doing what you are doing?



Part 3: Nobody knows the future



Part 4: Revolution?



Part 5: If it is not a hit, switch



Part 6: Version 0.1



Part 7: Ideas vs Execution



Part 8: The most successful thing we did at CD Baby


P.S. And if you enjoy these videos make sure you check out Derek’s new book Anything You Want (Amazon affiliate link).

Related post:

1. Why you need to fail

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3 responses to “Priceless business advice by Derek Sivers

  1. Ivan
    This is an incredible resource – thank you so much for sharing it!
    Best to you mate,
    Tony

    • Hi Tony!
      Thank you very much for your comment and for sharing the post with your friends!
      I totally agree with you. This is indeed an incredible resource. I am just very glad you found it as interesting/useful as I did.
      Have a great day mate!
      Ivan

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