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“I may not have been very good at mathematics at school but I did learn enough to know that catering strictly to the average anything, means that to varying degrees, everyone else on either side of the scale is being seriously compromised.” -Richard Branson, The Virgin Way When companies fail it can mostly be linked […]

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You can start over. You can switch it up. You can ditch the rules you’ve written and rewrite the whole damn book. You don’t have to be stuck where you are. You don’t have to settle for a business or job or process that is not brining you the same joy it used to. Resilience […]

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It’s easy to get lost in the land of stuff and things. It’s easy to get lost in the land of busyness and starting. As entrepreneurs we love starting things. We see holes in the market often and we think of ideas that fill them. That’s what we do. But what we really want is […]

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All good stories have an element of the unexpected. It’s what we all wait for in stories. You know when you listen to someone tell a story and it just seems “anti-climactic?” That’s because it’s missing that element of unexpected. The dragon didn’t pop out of the woods and chase them off course. The ring […]

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So, I clicked on a Facebook link today titled “The Beer You Can Only Get In Hawaii.” Because I like beer and Hawaii. So I thought it would be fun to watch. I didn’t expect there to be so many knowledge bombs in the video within the article about the value of slow growth and the […]

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