5 Startups I Would Never Invest In

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I’m not much of an investor currently, but if I was, there are certain criteria I would look for before putting my money into the hands of a new company.… Continue Reading >

Overcoming Perfectionism Paralysis

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I built a website from scratch in 5 hours the other day, and it was not perfect, but I launched it anyway.… Continue Reading >

How to Get Lucky

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Not that kind of lucky, you pervert.

I’m talking about lucky in business and in life. First off, being lucky has nothing to do with rabbits’ feet or destiny.… Continue Reading >

How to Master and Embrace the Power of Self Discipline

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I was listening to a podcast a couple of months ago, and the author of The Miracle Morning, Hal Elrod, was telling his truly miraculous story of how he literally died for 6 minutes, suffered permanent brain damage, rose up to be one of the top Cutco salesmen in the country, wrote a #7 best-selling book only to have his publisher flee the country with 100% of his royalties, built up a highly successful success-coaching business, became $425,000 in debt after the economy crashed in 2007, and then built his life and finances back up again after hitting his lowest of lows by developing a very intriguing morning routine he called The Miracle Morning.… Continue Reading >

5 Ways to Create More Time

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Time doesn’t really exist. It’s something man created so that we can structure, prioritize, and calculate things we do.

Man has been using the concept of time to structure activities and create rituals forever, at minimum by observation of the sun, moon, and stars.… Continue Reading >

Why Content is Still King (and Where the Money’s At)

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On January 3, 1996, Bill Gates published the essay, Content is King. In it he states,

“Content is where I expect much of the real money will be made on the Internet, just as it was in broadcasting…No company is too small to participate…One of the exciting things about the Internet is that anyone with a PC and a modem can publish whatever content they can create…Those who succeed will propel the Internet forward as a marketplace of ideas, experiences, and products-a marketplace of content.”

The reason why content is so powerful is because it connects thoughts, ideas, and information from one person to another, which has effects far beyond making a few bucks from ads on a website.… Continue Reading >