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FAILURE: YOUR BEST FRIEND – I don’t have a best friend. I have friends and close friends, but no best friend. But one thing that I do have is a lot of failures. I’ve been so open about the many failed businesses I’ve had over the decades. Those failures sharpened my saw to what it...
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I’ve read and listened to different ways to embrace failures from different people. While they’re all nice and lovely, I find most of them impractical to say the least. While our failures shouldn’t stop us from our pursuit of success, it gives us the question of how and what next? Succeeding at the big tough...
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I read a few years back an article from TIME magazine about a study done by a psychologist on people who had lost their jobs 3 times and more due to businesses closing. What was discovered was amazing. They expected the people being laid off to be beaten down and discouraged, but no. They found...
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You’re required to wear many different hats as an entrepreneur, more than you can count to be honest. Sometimes you’re the CEO, and sometimes you’re the janitor, it’s no joke. It takes a toll on you and you’re required to change hats all, day, long. So, what can you do to manage your emerging stress...
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If there’s one thing that 99% of the FAILURES & SUCCESSFUL people have in common. This is it. They all don’t like doing the same things over and over again. The big difference is that successful people still do them anyway with consistency. We both know changing for the better is difficult to do, because...
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