Complete Guide To Selling Luxury Products On eBay Part 1: Understanding Luxury Buyer Personas Inside A $30 Million Luxury Brand Swipe Files For Luxury Product Copy Swipe 1 Swipe 2 My Luxury Launch Email Cheatsheet My Series On Improving Existing Email Copy My Series On Luxury Brand Landing Page Optimization Read My Science Fiction … Read moreResources For Copywriting And Selling Luxury etc.
In the game, there’s often a whole lot more talkers than doers. It’s hard to believe but it’s the absolute truth. It’s even so bad, than in the Bible itself, it is said, “Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will … Read moreWork, Don’t Talk
You know what they say, “Garbage in, garbage out.” And right now I’m worried many of you are listening to the hit-song du jour and not realizing the particular mindset could be turning your brain to mush. I plan to elaborate on that in a future post, but for now, I have something for you. … Read moreGet Pumped Up: 3 Songs For Champions
You can usually tell if a writer is a fan of The Matrix trilogy of movies. They’ll start talking about the Red Pill and the Blue Pill. Slip in references about The Oracle, machines, and ah yes, agents. As in, Agent Smith. And something about a giant big machine that houses a simulated reality. In … Read moreWhy The Matrix Is Still My Favorite Science Fiction Movie
Here at Towers of Zeyron I’m building a movement. It’s tremendous fun, this whole passion and lofty ideas thing. But hey, it would be a lie if that was all there was to it, to the whole process of starting a movement. There’s much more to it than that. For one thing, it takes work, … Read moreThe Movement Is Nothing Without Work. You Need To Become A Grinder
Movements are powerful things. They galvanize people and get them moving in a uniform direction with a shared purpose. Movements can be transformative. Or as we have seen with a lot of political movements, they can be destructive and downright deadly. So, why would you want to build a movement around your art? It’s how … Read moreHow To Make Your Art Count: Build A Movement
Well, there’s no nice and easy way to say this, so I’ll just have to say it with as straight a face as I can: My latest web app is a Zombie. Not quite the walking and flesh-eating type, but definitely it reminds me of those hoardes of Undead. See, when I set out to … Read moreMy Latest Web App Is A Zombie!
Writing the Towers of Zeyron rag magazine is as much about helping my readers with flashes of new insight as it is about creating a journal of insights that I will personally enjoy reading. I’m both writer and reader of these updates, and would not have it any other way. I’m writing a site for … Read moreWhat Steve Jobs Knew About Failure That You Don’t
If there’s one thing you should take away from the stories I publish on this site, this is it. Instead of wasting time and sitting around and complaining about how your art is not moving forward, or your business, or that your job is boring, and so forth, you need to get up and start … Read more5 Science Fiction Heroes That Should Inspire You To Give Yourself A Kick In the Backside And Get Creating
There’s no shortage of great stories to spur you on as an entrepreneur. Today I have a special one. For a really great story, you should check out MJ De Marco’s account of his entrepreneurial breakthrough. The story I want to shine a light on right now however, is the account of another entrepreneur, Daryl … Read moreThis Entrepreneur Used To Sleep In His Car. Four Years Later, This Is What He Is Doing
I remember coding with Angular 1 back in 2013 or thereabouts. Using Angular 1 directives was pretty remarkable at the time. Angular had bold promises about enhancing HTML with custom elements and a whole lot more. Then you had to deal with transclusion, dependency injection, factory services and a whole bunch of other mumbo-jumbo. It … Read moreWhy You Should Choose React Over Angular 2 or 1 For That Matter
Hey there. If you’re reading this you must be a blogger, or interested in blogging. I’m excited to give a sneak peek at an app I’m building for bloggers: NomadHideout. The idea behind NomadHideout is to facilitate introductions for bloggers. You know how hard it can be sometimes to get in front of a famous … Read moreBuilding NomadHideout, An Introductions App For Bloggers
This tutorial will teach you how to put together a Todo app using CoffeeScript and BackboneJS. You can find the entire code for this tutorial on the Github repository. Here’s What We’ll Build The todo app is inspired by TodoMVC, except that we’re using Backbone.js alongside CoffeeScript as our stack, and we’ll style the app differently. It … Read moreLet’s Build A Todo App With BackboneJS And CoffeeScript
For web developers and designers out there, in an effort to be always improving our craft, it pays to see what others have accomplished. By looking at the brilliance and mistakes of others, we become better and can emulate what works, and discard what doesn’t work. I realize this list is highly subjective. It is … Read moreThe Ultimate List of 200 Greatest Web Apps On The Net: A Product Maker’s Guide
Production deployment can quickly turn into a headache if you are not careful. In the ideal world, you’d simply click a button, and your code can go straight into production, delivering your latest releases to your users without skipping a beat. This is critical to get right because without a deployment step, your app that … Read more(Almost) Hands-Off Rails Deployments With Mina and Nginx on Ubuntu 14 LTS
Here’s a big, bold challenge. Let’s take the best scifi ideas out into the real world, combine them with code and see if that doesn’t yield plausible solutions for today’s boldest challenges. I’m calling this the Real Sci-Fi Challenge With good reason. As bloggers and scifi writers our words can remain in imaginary universes and leave the world … Read moreThe Real Sci-Fi Challenge: Because Our Best Ideas Are Feeble