#152 – 9 Skills You Should Develop To Take Your Online Business To The Next Level

What You Will Learn

  • How playing to your strengths is better than trying to fix all of your weaknesses
  • A simple spreadsheet formula that will save you months of work
  • Great tools that don’t require design or coding expertise
  • A laundry list of books and resources to develop your tech and management skills

Running web properties is more than a full time job already. It’s something that you really need to put your heart into in order to stand out. But one thing that really fascinates me about the job is the amount variety of tasks we get to deal with.

From tech to management, to content creation, I personally find it extremely fulfilling. But many people don’t know what they should learn next.

So, in today’s podcast, we are going to give you a list of 9 skills we think you can easily pick up that will improve your business and how to get started with the best resources out there.


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  1. Cyberlink PowerEditor is the better option for most people that want to edit videos IMO. Davinci Resolve you’ll need a high performance rig for to get decent performance out of.

    I tested both (+ other editors too) and on my reasonably fast laptop without dedicated graphics PowerEditor performs way better. Scrubbing to a video is super smooth and fast whereas the same action with Davinci is slow and choppy as hell. PowerEditor is also very fast when it comes to rendering. Completely overlooked by most people but it’s the best IMO. Easy to use as well.

    1. Yeah I agree, if you’re on an ultrabook PowerEditor will perform much better although if you work in 1080p, most computers that are 2 years old or newer should be fine with both.

  2. Bradley Perniciaro

    First off, I love the long podcasts! 1 hr is about right since that’s how long my afternoon job takes. :)

    I thought I heard you guys say you use Camtasia at some point? Do you have different use cases for Camtasia and Davinci?

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