Earlier today, I shit my pants. No, not that little wet fart. A full-on reverted to being a toddler couldn’t hold it anymore thing. Luckily no one knows. It’s not like I’d be stupid enough to share it with the tens of thousands of people who read this site and follow me, right? Who are

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Recently whenever anyone follows me on Twitter, I’ve been giving them a shout out and saying thanks. It’s a lot of work because the numbers are snowballing, and I haven’t automated it because Twitter doesn’t like that. I’m genuinely grateful that people feel like I’m worth following, but there’s another ulterior reason for me saying

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Is passion a lie? We’ve all heard quotes like “Do what you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.” Yes, passion exists. Some people genuinely love what they do. There are those who still love their spouses after decades of marriage. But we’ve been told a lie about what passion looks like.

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When I look at the expenses for my technology company, it reminds me of the fact that it takes money to make money. We spend six figures EVERY MONTH on our employees, equipment, products, and getting sales. But you don’t need hundreds of thousands of dollars to start a business. Here’s how to start your

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Recruitment has moved online. With a whole host of online platforms and social media channels to choose from, posting an available job has never been easier. Yet, recruiters may be making some simple mistakes without realizing, which leave potential candidates feeling frustrated or bailing out before they have even had an interview. Here are 5

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I have fearless aspects to my personality. But I know how fear is only one step into the darkness, away. My wife and I arrived in upstate New York a week ago. Forget images of clogged, congested, urban jungle NYC. Upstate is virtually one huge forest with a few decent-sized cities worked in. We sit

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Old school me had a small group of friends and not much else. I did socialize. But I rarely actually met and talked to new people. Strangers? Forget about it. I felt comfortable with such a hideaway scenario but suffered emotionally. I regularly lashed out at strangers who offered feedback, deeming their honest, tactful opinion

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Every few months, I delete a huge chunk of our email subscribers. I don’t import lists; these are all people who asked to be on our newsletters at some point. So why would I say, “Sorry, I’m not going to send you monthly book recommendations, motivational articles, and news about our community anymore?” I’ve Stopped

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