Dawid Adach

Co-Founder @ MDBootstrap.com / Forbes 30 under 30 / EO'er

Category: Blog

Discover the $250/day PDF Selling Method!
July 19, 2023   |   Blog

While it may sound like clickbait, it’s actually a fascinating experiment I conducted recently. If you know me, you’re aware of my love for trying new things and my passion for entrepreneurship. I always encourage others to explore their own ventures. I’m constantly seeking knowledge and sharing my experiences. Previously, I created a video on […]

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💣 How will AI destroy itself 💥
July 5, 2023   |   Blog

“Experts estimate that as much as 90 percent of online content may be synthetically generated by 2026,” the report warned, adding that synthetic media “refers to media generated or manipulated using artificial intelligence.” Source: Europol 3 consequences that we can already (fore)see: 1) When AI starts learning from AI The data used to train large […]

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🎮 Gamification for Business Growth: Lessons from Duolingo 🎓
May 9, 2023   |   Blog

As a CEO, you’re always seeking innovative ways to improve your business and drive employee/customers engagement. Gamification has emerged as an effective strategy to motivate and retain both customers and employees. Duolingo, is a language learning app. Learning is difficult. Staying motivated is probably the hardest part of it. The app owners managed to change […]

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On what we can and can’t
April 4, 2023   |   Blog

🚀 AI is here. It will take some jobs. We won’t stop that.But how about we focus on what we can, rather than what we can’t change? Let me tell you the story. 👟 It’s 1918 soon after WWI. Adi Dassler, a young man with a vision, watches nervously as his first and only employee, […]

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Evil TikTok
March 30, 2023   |   Blog

Things I learned on TikTok: Ponies aren’t baby horses. They’re their own breed.The hole in a pasta spoon is one serving of spaghetti.How to hot wire a Kia using a USB cord and a screwdriver. Oh yes, you read that right. Several police departments have reported a significant increase in vehicle thefts across the country […]

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🚨Cybersecurity Alert🚨: Even 2FA Can’t Always Save You!🔓
March 27, 2023   |   Blog

This morning, Linus Tech Tips, the leading tech-oriented YouTube channel with almost 20 million subscribers, got hacked!😱 His channel was renamed and used as a crypto scam, playing an Elon Musk interview and offering a fake giveaway. Scammers promised to double every Bitcoin sent.💸 You may think no one would be so gullible, but considering […]

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There is solution to every problem
March 22, 2023   |   Blog

Last time I was in NY I’ve seen this surprising situation on the way to the subway. Apparently the New York subway prohibited dogs from riding, except if they could fit into a bag, which presented a challenge for owners of larger dogs. However, it wasn’t long before they discovered a workaround. The workaround involved […]

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Know your fans.
March 17, 2023   |   Blog

Have you heard of the 80/20 rule? That 20% efforts drives 80% results. What if I told you that sometimes 0.02% effort drives 99% of results? This is what happen when you find someone who believes in your mission. This is what happened to Wikipedia. Wikipedia—with more than 55 million articles—was written by a small […]

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Flinstoning or fake it till you make it.
March 16, 2023   |   Blog

In the classic 1960s animated sitcom The Flintstones, we see a prehistoric family sitcom set in the city of Bedrock. The main characters are Fred and Wilma Flintstone, who live in a cave house with their pet dinosaur and have jobs that require them to wear ties. The family’s mode of transportation is a car […]

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“Slashdot Effect: A Double-Edged Sword – Generating Thousands of Visitors but Crashing Our Servers”
January 23, 2023   |   Blog, Uncategorized

When launching a new service, one of the biggest challenges businesses face is the cold start problem. This refers to the difficulty of getting people to discover and start using a new service when it first becomes available. Without a large user base, it can be difficult to generate the critical mass of users needed […]

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