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About Brian Lee

Brian Lee is a Sales & Marketing Strategist with a knack for driving prospective customers from awareness to interest to buyers to advocates. He's the Founder of Relevant Content Marketing & host of the Revenue Radio Hour. Follow Brian on Twitter & LinkedIn.

Brain Rules Book Review

By | March 18th, 2015|Categories: Achievement, Books, Entrepreneurship, Personal Productivity, Tips & Tricks|

Brain rules by John Medina is a book about the modern scientific understanding of how the brain learns and performs, and what we might do to improve it. The basic take away is: we, as humans, have set up our schools and places of business in an way that's not in alignment with how the [...]

5 Distractions and How To Overcome Them

By | March 12th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Featured, Personal Productivity, Time Management, Tips & Tricks|

Does this scenario sound familiar to anyone? You're a busy professional with multiple clients and/or projects. You consider yourself highly productive and able to multitask. You painstakingly plan out your day on a calendar. You've got the calendar synced with multiple mobile devices so that you can access your master plan at any moment. You [...]

Inspired To Start A Blog? Learn What Makes These Five Bloggers Successful

By | February 18th, 2015|Categories: Blogging|

For this post, I set out to find people who started a blog and went on to do well; and I asked them about their story.  What inspired them?  What traits helped them?  What circumstances helped them? The results of my search were interesting. Many common themes emerged among their stories, and it reminded me [...]

Five Strategies to Manage Your Self Control / Discipline Conundrum

By | February 11th, 2015|Categories: Achievement, Global, Personal Productivity|

One of the foundations of the self-improvement movement is self-determinism: the act of determining your future through your own efforts by exercising self-control and discipline. Inspiring stories of legendary self-determinists, such as athletes and successful entrepreneurs, are all around us; constantly reminding us of our own shortcomings. I can hear the scripts being read now: [...]

Did You Get Your #HDW Badge Today?

By | February 4th, 2015|Categories: Career, Philosophy, Society|

Imagine with me for a minute, that we live in the future where society's highest value is an honest day's work... ...not overachieving, or ingenuity, or intelligence, or finding loopholes... ...just the ability to sit at the end of your day and feel tired, but satisfied that you gave your best effort to make something [...]

10 Ways to Increase Productivity for Creative Types & Entrepreneurs

By | September 15th, 2014|Categories: Personal Productivity, Time Management|

(photo by Sonny Abesamis) https://s3.amazonaws.com/geniustypes/10+Ways+To+Increase+Productivity.mp3   The Ol' Day Timer My father used to carry around a Franklin day timer.  Something about it was interesting to me... a way to organize your thoughts into blocks of time. I first got serious at the subject after reading “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” by [...]

Welcome to Genius Types, “Creative Life & Productivity”

By | September 9th, 2014|Categories: Creative Life, Life, Philosophy|

I started this blog in 2006 as a young entrepreneur who was looking for something more creative than the typical American life of 50-60 hour work weeks, skipping vacations to move up, and not hoping to see & enjoy the world until I was too old to do so. It’s amazing how much my perspective [...]

Do You Have the Stomach For a Non-Linear Career Path?

By | August 18th, 2014|Categories: Career, Entrepreneurship|

Adaptability In my life, I’ve found that creative problem solving skills have allowed me to excel in a number of environments. Some say it’s better to pick a career field and stick with it; (and that might be true if you don’t have the knack for just figuring out a way to make it work [...]

What is a Genius Type?

By | August 11th, 2014|Categories: Creative Life, Observations, Philosophy|

A Genius Type is when artist meets entrepreneur. It’s not a statement of how “smart” you are, because intelligence is an out-dated understanding of mental capacity and besides... grit and perseverance beats talent every time. A Genius Type sees the world differently than most, and often seems brilliant. But, perplexingly, the same mind is capable [...]