Posts Tagged ‘Benjamin Hart’

The Power of the Video Sales Letter

By Ben Hart

Ben Hart explains the power of the video sales letter on video while driving to Key West.

You Will Never Stand Alone If You Stand for Something

By Ben Hart

When I was an undergraduate at Dartmouth College, I was one of the very few conservatives on campus.
I knew of maybe five or six other students who were also conservatives. We got together and started a renegade conservative student newspaper called the Dartmouth Review. Many of the articles were humor and satire, with a right-wing edge. Part of the role of the paper was to explode the notion that conservatives were humorless, stodgy fuddy-duddies who did not like sex. The paper was often accused of being sophomoric, which did not hurt our feelings much because many of us were sophomores.

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The Easiest Way to Succeed in Business: Narrow is the Gate to Paradise

By Ben Hart

The easiest way to make money is to have no competitor.

That’s so obvious it’s hardly worth stating.

The easiest way to improve your chances of having no competitor, or very few competitors, is to identify a small market niche that you can dominate. It’s better to be a big fish in a small pond than a small, struggling fish in a big pond. In the big pond, you will likely be eaten alive very quickly.

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