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Why I love Twitter

Twitter is like this huge funnel.  Not any one person’s funnel is better than another’s.  What is important is that your funnel is customized to suit your preferences.  It’s based on what you like.  In this sense, there is no right or wrong person to follow.  Very cool. If Facebook is everyone from your present and […]

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The best sales advice I ever got.

Before you sell, pitch, whatever; establish two things first:  credibility and rapport.  I knew this, but Mark Suster makes it stick in “the Dangers of Crocodile Sales“. Credibility is proving to them (before they ask), why you’re bothering them. Rapport is invaluable b/c people don’t buy things from people they do not like or understand. […]

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Who’s doing the thinking?

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What’s Important?

Nothing is that important.  Our minds make things important b/c that’s how our ego hangs around.  Nothing is important, except what you’re doing right now, at this moment. Yesterday, I had something important on my mind.  It created anxiety.  I don’t even remember what it is. What I do know is that my karma is […]

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Better teacher…success or failure?

This post is inspired by the 37 Signals post titled “Learning from Failure is Overrated.”  From a psychological standpoint, I believe most people respond stronger to losing something, as opposed to gaining something.   That’s a sucker bet, in my opinion. All these chicken shits have these repetitive mind patterns in their heads saying stuff like “It […]

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3 Rules of Starting a Business

Do not run out of money.  Anything you try and do will cost twice as much and take three times as long. Do not start a business with someone you like seeing on Christmas. Never hire anyone you can not fire (close friends and family). Tweet This Post

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Kill Your To-Do List

We have a list of to-do’s the size of my leg. I realized along the way that the unimportant items were starting to smother the important items, sort of like weeds in a garden. Now, killing the list isn’t right, but maybe we should just document this stuff and fo-ge-aboud-it. The reason why I say […]

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Review of Bo Peabody’s “Lucky or Smart”

I was initially exposed to “Lucky or Smart” by “The 100 Best Business Books of All Time“. I do most of my reading on the Internet, but “The 100 Best…” is a great coffee table book. It’s also turned me onto some good business book, like the one in this review. What I truly love […]

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