Written by Jay Turo on Saturday, February 27, 2010
Nothing is more important to U.S. consumers than their entertainment choices, but are movies and broadcast TV even relevant in the new world of entertainment?
Or will the convergence of content, internet, mobile applications, games and social media be the onrushing asteroids that will soon destroy the movie dinosaurs?
Is it a 3-year fad, or will new technologies like 3-D keep going to the movies from being relegated to the dustbin of history like Vaudeville, the afternoon newspaper, the evening news, the variety show, and the compact-disc?
Has the U.S. movie box office - traditionally the holy grail of movie industry metrics -- become increasingly irrelevant?
What is the future of Pay-Per-View/Video-on-Demand (PPV and VOD)?
Video-on-demand alone is estimated to grow from a $1.1 billion dollar business this year to $5 billion by 2012, taking market share away from DVD retailers and intensifying the carriers' ambition to bid for the best (and first run) titles.
How about Internet Video?
Annual U.S. revenues from internet video services spanning user-generated content to television shows and movies will exceed $7 billion this year.
And this business is becoming LESS advertising driven -- transitioning from today's model of more than 85% of revenue being ad-based to less than 60% and trending down with the balance being generated by content payments, either for one-time viewings or via subscriptions.
What do these new realities mean for the content creators of new media and for traditional studios, filmmakers, producers, and distributors?
What is the future for good-old fashioned DVD rentals and sales?
Get The Answers
I am very excited to share with you the opportunity to meet the Managing Director of Growthink's new media and entertainment practice, Mr. Lee Muhl.
Lee, quite simply, has forgotten WAY more about the entertainment business than most of will ever know (see his biography below).
And he has graciously agreed to give us the answers to the above questions, which winning business models to run with, which losers to run from, and much, much more!
Best regards, and look forward to your attendance and feedback.
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Biography of Mr. Lee Muhl, Managing Director, Growthink's New Media and Entertainment Practice
Lee Muhl heads Growthink's entertainment-media vertical, encompassing the making and distribution of films, television programming, games, new media content and numerous related distribution platforms, technologies and methodologies including theatrical exhibition, DVD, PPV-VOD, mobile applications, internet/IPTV, and a variety of new content modalities (digital theater conversion, advertainment, infotainment, advergaming), and related investment, banking and funding issues.
To date, Lee has overseen the successful conclusion of more than 100 Growthink engagements for funding plans and sophisticated media financial models, including film projects ranging from the production of numerous independent films and major studio productions to scores of angel and seed development fundings - overall, production funds generated are well in excess of $100MM.
Originally trained in transactional entertainment law and the representation of above-line talent, Lee worked with a number of well-known writer-director-producers in both traditional studio/network deals and in arranging non-studio financing for independent film production including such classics as Bladerunner. In 1999, Lee joined the Silicon Valley new media content contingent as an Internet-company CEO, and has since founded two innovative Los Angeles media companies. With Growthink, Lee has continued his deep involvement with film, digital media, content delivery protocols, gaming technologies and sports initiatives.
A former partner in two leading Los Angeles media law firms, Lee holds a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law where he also served as Chief Comment Editor of the UCLA Law Review, and earned his B.A. in History from UCLA. He is a current member of the California State Bar, and the Hollywood Writers Guild.
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Thursday, February 25, 2010
Last night at dinner, as my kids were saying "I want this" and "I want that," I said something that you should never tell your kids.
What did I say?
I said, "you know, money doesn't grow on trees."
Why is this so bad?
Well the goal of my saying this was to try to show them the value of money. And that we have to work to make money to spend on the things we want.
The bad part of this saying is that it paints the wrong picture. It paints the picture that we can't always get what we want. Which is the polar opposite of the attitude I want my kids, and all of the entrepreneurs reading this today, to adapt.
What entrepreneurs MUST be thinking is YES, I CAN get whatever I want. Yes, it won't just come to me, but with hard work and ingenuity, I can and I will get what I want.
Fortunately, right after I said that to my kids, I caught myself.
This was partly due to the interview I recently conducted with Ken Lodi about The Bamboo Principle.
Here's the link to that interview in case you missed it the other day:
In the interview, Ken explained that timber bamboo shoots grow very little for four years while their extensive root system is growing and taking hold. But once the roots are firmly in place, the bamboo can grow a shocking 80 feet in just six weeks.
So, I immediately realized that money does in fact grow on trees. The key is to work on the tree's roots. To build such a strong foundation that generating money becomes easy.
Every great company has a strong foundation. They create a brand name, sales systems, delivery systems, etc. And then, they can generate cash and profits each and every day.
So, focus on building an extremely strong foundation. Think through your business model. Learn the best practices for each of the key business disciplines - marketing, HR, finance, sales, etc.
And never let anyone tell you that "money doesn't grow on trees" or that you can't have everything you want. Because money does grow on firmly-rooted trees and you CAN achieve and get everything you want out of life if you resolve to do so.
As you might expect, explaining to my kids (ages 9 and 7) that money can in fact grow on trees wasn't so easy.
Maybe I should have just had them listen to The Bamboo Principle interview.
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Wednesday, February 24, 2010
This is pretty amazing.
After being planted, timber bamboo plants are hardly noticeable above the ground for nearly four years. But once their roots are fully formed around the four-year mark, they can grow a remarkable 80 feet in just six weeks.
The key to their amazing growth is their extremely solid foundation. To learn about how emerging companies can create a solid foundation for their businesses, the other day, I interviewed Ken Lodi, creator of The Bamboo Principle.
What Ken explained to me is that the solid foundation of a company is rooted around its employees. But, importantly, Ken explained that a company's greatest resource is NOT its employees.
Rather, the greatest resource is the TALENT of its employees.
The fact is this - most companies have some great employees that are underutilized. Conversely, great entrepreneurs and business owners are able to figure out what their employees like to do. Interestingly, what they like to do is oftentimes what employees are best at, and what they will achieve the best results at.
Ken equated this to sports. Players on your team, he explained, don't necessarily have to be great at everything. For example, on a football team, the quarterback doesn't need to be a great punter. And the punter doesn't need to be a great quarterback. The problem arises when your quarterback is spending his days punting. The business owner must figure this out and make the requisite changes.
The best way to figure this out is to mentor and coach your employees. You need to figure out what their values and goals are, and modify their roles as needed to leverage them. When meeting with employees ask open ended questions (not just "yes" and "no" questions). For example, ask "if you could spend the majority of your work day doing just one thing, what would it be?"
Employees too must figure out what they value and enjoy and make sure their job roles are in line with this. This is the key to improving employee productivity, satisfaction and performance. It's called "making a vacation out of your vocation."
Both employees and entrepreneurs/business owners should develop a fresh assessment of themselves. What do you/they like to do most in their jobs? What makes you/they say "cool?" And, ask yourself, "if money wasn't an issue and you could do one thing with your work life, what would it be?"
Success requires a solid foundation. Six minute abs don't work. Nothing is fast and easy. You need to work hard to build a solid foundation from which you can build success. And this foundation is your employees. And making sure you are leveraging your employees to their best potential.
So make sure you quarterback is not playing defense. Talk to your employees. Find out what they value and enjoy doing. And create a workplace that supports their values, leverages their talents, and achieves massive and successful growth - just like the timber bamboo.
Growthink University members can listen to my interview with Ken Lodi here. Not a member? Then simply test drive Growthink University for 30 days here.
Written by Jay Turo on Monday, February 22, 2010
As is well-reported, childhood obesity in America is an epidemic. According to multiple studies by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, by the American Diabetes Association, and by the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, close to 33% of American children are now classified as clinically obese.
In addition to the massive additional burden to the U.S. healthcare system this will cause, childhood obesity is a moral crisis. Quite simply, we are letting down the next generation of Americans. And we can and will do better.
And like almost all of the great problems and challenges of the 21st century, the solutions to it will be found not by government nor even by well-meaning non-profits, but by savvy and hard-working entrepreneurs.
An Entrepreneurial Team We Love
Dr. Sears Family Essentials - a children's natural foods company inspired and branded by the author of one of the best-selling child-rearing books of all time (The Baby Book) - is a classic "doing good while doing well" business model and opportunity.
They provide children a foundation of lifelong health via offering exceptional and exceptionally well-marketed functional food and beverages, and supplements.
And guess what? As the company helps more and more kids eat better, it will grow its revenues and profits very, very fast.
This, folks, is the classic entrepreneurial win - win.
Meet the CEO
I am very excited to share with you the opportunity to meet the CEO of Dr. Sears - Mr. Tom Hicks.
Tom is uniquely credentialed to both lead Dr. Sears and to advise on the factors that separate the successful consumer products company from the unsuccessful.
Why? Because he has done it before.
Before Dr. Sears, Tom was President of Naked Juice and led their growth from $80 million to $200 million in revenues and a sale to PepsiCo in 2007 for 30 times earnings.
And he was Co-Founder and President of Fantasia Fresh Juice - leading them from startup to $15 million in sales in 3 years. And he is a former sales and marketing executive at both Frito-Lay and Proctor & Gamble.
Quite simply, Tom gets what works and what doesn't work when it comes to launching and growing consumer products brands.
And we're VERY excited to have him share his wisdom with us regarding:
- When and When NOT to place your product in the "Big Boxes" - Wal-Mart, Costco, Target
- How to utilize the power of the Internet to quickly and cheaply conduct high-quality consumer research
- How to and how NOT to utilize social networking strategies to build brand and product awareness
- And perhaps most excitingly, Tom will share his "pyramid to brand growth" - the interplay between brand-building, community-building, retail partnerships, and innovation
Best regards, and look forward to your attendance and feedback.
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P.S. I know too many otherwise intelligent businessmen and women who have been listening to all of the negative drivel that passes as business news out there.
Invest time out in your day to learn from someone who is doing something about a big problem facing our country and not just talking about it.
Written by Jay Turo on Monday, February 15, 2010
Medtronic. Cardinal Health. Guidant. Becton, Dickinson. St. Jude Medical. Hospira. Fresenius. Varian Medical.
All of these medical device manufacturers had greater than ONE BILLION DOLLARS in sales last year.
Sector Funding Activity Remains Strong
While overall venture investment is down substantially, funding in the medical device sector remains strong.
For the fourth quarter of 2009, venture capital investments into medical device companies increased 13 percent in dollars and 18 percent in deals (quarter over quarter), with over $719 million in fresh capital invested into 87 deals.
Amazingly, investments in biotechnology and medical device companies accounted for 34 percent of all venture capital dollars invested in 2009.
Merger and Acquisition Activity Also Vibrant
Are there exits happening in the sector - even in this tough economy? You bet your life there is.
Sector merger and acquisition activity leaped by 154% in the third quarter of 2009 to $5.6 billion, and the trend-line for 2010 is strong.
Some sample 2009 deals:
* Danahers acquiring Analytical Technologies for $650 million
* Thermo Fisher acquiring B.R.A.H.M.S. for $470 million
* Abbott Laboratories acquiring Evalve for $410 million
* Nipro Corp acquiring Home Diagnostics for $190 million
* Quidel Corp. acquiring Diagnostic HYBRIDS for $130 million
Who Will Be Next?
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Monday, February 15, 2010
To begin, typically when I interview an expert, I only provide access to the recording and transcript to Growthink University members.
However, to thank you for your continued readership of this blog, and to ensure that you learn these key business-building lessons, I'm making this interview available to you.
Click here to listen to the interview and/or download the transcript.
The interview to which I am referring is the one I recently conducted with Louis Crosier. Among other impressive accomplishments, Louis is the author of "Selling Your Business: The Transition from Entrepreneur to Investor."
Specifically, Louis is an expert on helping entrepreneurs realize their financial dreams by selling their businesses and investing their proceeds wisely.
During the interview, Louis made numerous key points regarding things you need to be doing while you are starting, growing, and selling your business, and then what you need to do post-sale.
While you can listen to the interview yourself here, two of my favorite points were as follows:
-1- Your choice of corporate structure (e.g., LLC vs. C-Corp) can potentially save you millions of dollars later on when your company is sold. Fortunately, you can, for the most part, change your corporate structure down the road. But over time, your options become fewer and fewer.
-2- You need to find your weaknesses before it's too late. Specifically, Louis explained that when trying to maximize the price at which your business sells, you need to really think through where the vulnerabilities of your business are.
For example, is your business dependent on a small number of key customers? Are there key employees? What kind of barriers to entry and intellectual property are associated with your business? In other words, where is your business vulnerable to either competitors or major disruptions? You need to identify these vulnerabilities well in advance of a sale, and shore those things up.
Other key questions that Louis answered for me included:
- When deciding to sell your company, who should be on your professional advisory team and when should you start building that team?
- What are the main types of deal structures when selling your business, such as selling for all cash or for all stock? How common are each? Which are the most favorable to the entrepreneur?
- Once you sell your company, how should you re-invest your earnings and what should you be aware of?
- What do entrepreneurs need to know about now, when hoping to sell their businesses in the future?
Once again, you can click here to listen to the interview and/or download the transcript.
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Imagine you had been driving to and from work the same way every day for the past 4 years. And let's say that the drive each way typically took 30 minutes. And then one day, a friend told you about a shortcut that would save you 10 minutes each way. So, that's 20 minutes a day in time savings.
At 250 work days each year, that's 83 hours per year. Or 332 hours over 4 years.
I bet you wouldn't be too happy about having wasted 332 hours...
Or would you?
Because you would subsequently save 83 hours this year, and 83 hours next year, and so on and so on. That's pretty cool. The point is this - accomplishing more in less time IS possible. That is, if you know the shortcuts. Importantly, shortcuts shouldn't be quick ways to do things that result in poor quality. Rather, shortcuts allow you to do things more efficiently.
Let me give you an example.
Each of us has peak performance times. That is, times of the day when we have more energy and thus perform better. For many people, that time is early in the morning. Maybe we perform 15% better at those times than average. Likewise, each of us has poor performance times. Like the hour after coming back from lunch. And at these times, we may perform 15% worse than average.
Now, you may recall from my recent blog post how important it is to create a To Do list each day, and to detail the specific time intervals during which you'll accomplish each key task (if not, you can read that here).
So now, imagine you have a really important one-hour project that requires your complete concentration. Well, doing that project during a normal performance time might take you 60 minutes. During a peak performance time it may only take you 50 minutes (and the quality will probably be higher). But during a poor performance time, it may take you 70 minutes.
So, in this example, performing the important task at a peak performance time would save you 20 minutes.
But what about the work you need to do during your poor performance time? Won't that take you 20 minutes longer and even things out? Not if you complete less important and less intensive work during that period.
So the action item I want you to take each day starting today is this:
1. Write down your daily To Do list
2. Schedule your entire day with the time intervals in which you'll complete each To Do item.
3. Adjust the order of the items to ensure that you complete the highest priority and most important tasks during the time periods when you feel you work at your peak.
I trust that this "shortcut" will start boosting your productivity right away.
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Monday, February 1, 2010
Last month I reached my boiling point.
My son Max was driving me absolutely crazy. And something had to be done about it.
What was happening?
Well, a couple of months ago, he started taking forever to get anything done. For example, if you told him to brush his teeth, it would take him 20 minutes. He just didn't have any focus. He would walk upstairs. Then get sidetracked by something on the way to the bathroom. Ten minutes later he still wouldn't have started brushing.
And then the real problem started last month. That's when his fourth grade teacher started cranking up the homework. Homework that should have been completed in 30 or 40 minutes was taking over 2 hours. And my son wasn't getting to sleep until 10PM or so. And I was getting overly frustrated.
Fortunately, at the same time as Max was having these issues, I was knee-deep in developing my productivity course for entrepreneurs and business owners.
And in my research on advanced productivity tactics, I came across Parkinson's Law. Parkinson's Law states that work will always fill the time allotted for its completion. So, if Max was given 2 hours to complete his homework, it would take him 2 hours.
The good news is that by creating a timed To Do list, we can all overcome Parkinson's Law. One example is this essay you are reading now. Formerly, my average essay took me one hour to write. For this one, I gave myself a strict 30-minute deadline. And unless this essay ends abruptly for you, you can assume that I succeeded in finishing it within that time.
So, how did I get Max to overcome Parkinson's Law? Well, I resolved that I was going to get him to use the same business productivity techniques that I was preparing for my course.
So, the first night, I told him that we were going to solve this problem. I sat down with him and we jointly identified the 5 or so tasks he had to accomplish. We determined a fair time period for him to complete each task. And we put a check box next to each task for him to mark as completed (note that checking a box after you complete a task gives you great satisfaction and energy with which to complete your next tasks).
What was most astounding for me was what I saw the next day when I came home for dinner. I got home at 6:35 to find my son reading. Next to him was a timed To Do list that he had completely created on his own. He had already checked off half of his tasks and had just started his 20 minute reading block (see picture above of Max's To Do List).
Max's productivity literally doubled overnight. He completed his homework in half the time as usual, and did a better job of it. He went to sleep an hour earlier. And I got to spend more quality time with my wife.
Let me wrap up here, since I only have 8 minutes left in my 30 minute writing block. The key points are these:
1) You absolutely must have a list of the things you need to accomplish everyday, or key things won't get done.
2) You need to set time parameters for each task. Doing so will allow you to overcome Parkinson's Law and complete your tasks much faster. Having time parameters will also ensure that some tasks don't go over your time budget and force you to forego completing other key tasks.
3) Implementing this for my son was extremely easy and we realized immediate results. Implementing this in your business can also be easy, and you too will realize immediate benefits.
4) Creating timed To Do lists will not only improve your productivity, but the productivity of your team. In my office, everyone now has timed To Do lists, and collectively we are producing more than double than what we were accomplishing a few short months ago.
Written by Jay Turo on Monday, February 1, 2010
If you're like me, there's one thing you probably take for granted.
Interestingly, this one thing is something you can't live without. At least not for long.
But fortunately, there are some cutting-edge entrepreneurs working wonders on solving the challenges of this one thing.
What is it?
All around the world water shortages long ago crossed the crisis threshold.
In California. Arizona. New Mexico. Georgia and Florida. The Middle East. China.
Too many years of antiquated public policy, population and economic growth, climate change, and unsustainable agriculture have strained water resources in all of these places to and beyond the breaking point.
The American Entrepreneur to the Rescue
The greater the adversity, the greater the opportunity. And in the dynamic technology landscape of "new water," American entrepreneurs are leading the way.
A select cadre of under-the-radar water startups are developing game-changing technologies to develop, purify, store, convey, and conserve water.
Who Are They?
I would like to invite you to an exclusive opportunity to learn who these startups are and what their technologies do - distributed desalination, reverse osmosis membranes, nanoscale materials and nanoceramics, among others.
And as importantly, we will share who stands to profit from the $6 billion still slated from the federal stimulus package last year for water infrastructure investments.
Best regards, and look forward to connecting.
P.S. To survive in the new economic world order, it is imperative to focus on businesses that have strong, blended public and private sector revenue models.
You can search the whole world round and not find a sector that better fits this description than water.
Written by Dave Lavinsky on Monday, January 25, 2010
*** UPDATED Wednesday, January 27th at 2:01pm EST ***
The "Ultimate Internet Marketing System" is Now Available.
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*** UPDATED Monday, January 25th at 5:27pm EST ***
Be sure to check out the "Special Announcement" at the bottom of the this blog entry. If you've already read the original version of this blog entry, you can click here to go straight to the special announcement.
Over the past several weeks, I have been putting the finishing touches on my new Internet Marketing training program.
And I'm finally ready to reveal what's included...
But first I want to share with you the story of why I decided to create this training program (including what subjects to cover, what format to present it in, etc.).
Why Did I Create It?
Well, this answer is simple... Because YOU asked for it!
Remember that survey I ran several weeks ago, when I asked my subscribers for their #1 question about internet marketing?
Well, when I ran that survey, I ALSO asked whether you would be interested in a training program to improve your internet marketing skills. I knew that entrepreneurs needed assistance with internet marketing, but I didn't know whether you'd want to invest in this type of training.
Well, to my pleasant surprise, the answer was overwhelmingly "YES"!
As you can see from the responses above, nearly 80% said they'd be interested in a training program to improve their internet marketing skills.
What Does It Cover?
When I ran that survey, I learned that my subscribers didn't want to just know the basics about internet marketing. You wanted a truly comprehensive training program, and so that's what I've created.
Many of the questions I received were very specific, spanning nearly every aspect of marketing, including:
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising
- Email Marketing
- Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, etc)
And I'm glad to announce that my new training program will cover ALL of these important areas. My "Ultimate Internet Marketing System" focuses on EVERY critical tactical component of a profitable internet marketing campaign.
BUT... There is NO "Magic Bullet"
This is a VERY important point.
If you're struggling to market your business online, please know this:
Your lack of success is NOT because you haven't found the next new "magic bullet" or "secret" tactic.
That's why this training program doesn't just cover tactics.
If there's one BIG thing I've learned about internet marketing over the past 10 years, it's that all the tactics in the world won't get you a Return on Investment (ROI) without a proper STRATEGY.
So, my new training program goes beyond tactics to show you step-by-step exactly how to put together a profitable internet marketing strategy, including:
- How to avoid getting overwhelmed by all of your options
- How to identify "hidden" profit centers
- How to prioritize your best opportunities for maximum ROI
I walk you through all of this, and more, in the training program.
Who Is This For?
My "Ultimate Internet Marketing System" training program is designed BOTH for entrepreneurs who are just getting started AND for business owners who are already marketing online, but are looking to improve their ROI.
As you can see from the responses above, roughly 60% of my subscribers are actively marketing online, and 40% are just getting started. I designed this course to meet the needs of both audiences.
When it comes to internet marketing, another big issue is budget.
And, as you can see from the responses above, most of my subscribers have small online marketing budgets. However, there were definitely a fair amount of business owners who were already spending several thousands of dollars online.
I designed this training program BOTH for business owners with significant online marketing budgets, and for entrepreneurs on limited budgets.
In other words, this training program is for YOU, no matter your experience level or budget. That's because the "Ultimate Internet Marketing System" teaches you the fundamentals as well as intermediate and advanced strategies and the latest cutting-edge tactics.
What's the Format?
When I ran this survey, I was a little surprised by what format my subscribers wanted the course in. We've always been delivering our training products in "digital" format, because we assumed that you preferred the convenience of instant access.
However, as you can see based on the survey responses above, the majority of you were interested in a physical DVD Home Study Course.
And so, of course, that's exactly what we've created. The "Ultimate Internet Marketing System" will be offered on multiple DVDs with 14 separate modules, covering every critical aspect of internet marketing.
How Can You Get Access?
Just so you know, this is our FIRST time ever creating a physical training product. We're pleasantly surprised that so many people wanted the DVD version -- and we're very excited to be creating the DVD course.
Because this is the VERY first time we've ever created a physical training product, we're producing a fairly small number (only 200 copies).
On the one hand, there seems to be a lot of demand among my subscribers, so I wouldn't be too surprised if all 200 copies sold out.
However, since we've never done this before, I don't want to risk getting stuck with a lot of extra inventory lying around.
Assuming everything goes smoothly with our product creation and fulfillment process, we're planning to start offering copies for sale this Wednesday, January 27th at 2pm EST.
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*** SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ***
If you've been reading my blog entries for some time, you know that I'm a big believer in TAKING ACTION. I believe taking action is the single most important trait of successful entrepreneurs.
And so I always like to reward Action-Takers, so, here's what I'm going to do...
I'm working with our team to organize some EXTRA consulting and coaching resources to help make your internet marketing even more profitable, and to make sure that you get off to the right start in 2010.
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I look forward to teaching you my internet marketing system, and helping you grow your business!
In the meantime, if you have any questions for me, leave a comment below.