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Do What You Love

Do What You Love

• November 1, 2011 • Comments (1)

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Sometimes you have no choice but to do jobs that you don’t enjoy, but if you have a choice you’re far better doing what you love.
Some will argue that, first and foremost, you should do what you’re good at, but most of the time that’s the same thing.  If we’re good at something it’s often [...]

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The Shame Game

The Shame Game

• May 20, 2011 • Comments (1)

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Pointing an accusing finger at the successful internet marketers – commonly referred to as the “Gurus” (it’s more accurate to use the label of “celebrity” but, for the sake of simplicity, I’ll stick with “Guru”) – is not exactly an original topic, but I’ve got a fresh angle from which to fire my self-righteous indignation.
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Opinions are Free

Opinions are Free

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

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You can couple the title with “Facts are sacred…” or “Truth prevails where…” whichever you prefer. Either way, everyone should be free to share their opinion, as long as they don’t object to having their ideas challenged and they have the humility to be willing to change their position in the face of a reasonable [...]

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