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topi akter

Jun 11, 2022

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Cost thinking, not telling you how category email list to save money, but focusing on the leverage to make money. Willing to give, only to give up, is a generalization of cost thinking, all gains, all have to give up, all actions have a certain cost. So how do you apply cost thinking to your day-to-day operations? If you are an operator, whether you do channel operation, delivery, or event operation, then there is a high probability that you will encounter category email list such a situation, right? Boss: "Zero cost, get 100,000 users. Boss: There is no budget, 10,000 users will be category email list split out. Operation classmates: Children, do you have a lot of question marks? ? ? The above is purely a joke, and any similarities are purely coincidental. So what is cost and cost thinking? To give an example from life, I watched a movie and bought a 50 yuan movie ticket. So the cost of watching a movie is 50 yuan? Answer: No, because my cost is not just a movie ticket, a movie ticket is just an explicit cost. There are also hidden hidden costs, such as the time cost of 2 hours, and the negative category email list impact on my mood if I see a bad movie. I can also choose to category email list play games, read books, cook, socialize, etc. during this time. So, cost is the sum of the value you have to give up to do one thing. Cost thinking, not telling you how to save money, but focusing on the leverage to make money. Willing to give, only to give up, is a generalization of cost thinking, all gains, all have to give up, all actions have a certain cost. So how do you apply cost thinking to your day-to-day operations? 1. Calculate the cost category email list of all actions Every operational action can be cost-calculated. Every time an idea is generated.

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