Reward seekers look at news to try and identify trends in order to capitalize on them. It also depends on what you find satisfying. Are you looking for social satisfaction, popularity, or some third degree of connection or networking that can later-on translate into business. In today’s news I’m looking at what makes website owners capitalists of our own success. I’m revealing that owning a website is an understated milestone for focusing your new found objectives.
News websites should target ‘reward seekers,’ researcher finds Phys.Org Bolls found that respondents identified as reward seekers were much more likely to engage with news websites as well as more likely to use mobile devices such as smartphones…
This article is really simple, and condenses us down into one of two brackets. Are you a reward seeker or a threat avoider? This is a little simpler than finding out if we have the potential to become entrepreneurs…
This edition is a great post by Patrick Driessen. Patrick is a visionary, passionate, hyper-active, dyslexic and intuitive entrepreneur, business leader, angel investor, mentor, author and agent of change with a passion to help other people succeed!
Its an intense checklist to get through to see if you have any of those qualities. I personally prefer focusing on baby steps. Work on discovering what you take pride and passion in, rather than fearing what to avoid. Entrepreneurs have the quality of assessing risks, not avoiding them. Owning a website is a great way to learn about you, your audience, and your possible new venture.
Are social networking sites good for society? Proponents of social networking sites say that the online communities promote increased interaction with friends and family; offer teachers, librarians, and students valuable access to educational support and materials; facilitate social and political change; and disseminate useful information rapidly.
Non-supporters of social media do not engage with the internet, and their arguments rather than support alternate means of research focus on avoiding threats. Just as Phys.Org implies those that do not support the interactive world of the internet argue from a negative perspective:
- The internet avoids face-to-face communication.
- A waste time on frivolous activity.
- Altering children’s brains and behavior.
- Expose users to predators, stalkers and burglars.
- Spreading false and potentially dangerous information.
Now think again, are you a becoming a reward seeker… or a threat avoider?
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