Secrets of Success

What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Do – Go Into the Batcave

There will be times in every entrepreneur’s life when they need to go into the Batcave. We all know why Batman goes into the infamous Bat Cave located right under Wane Manor. It’s where he figures out his next plan of attack by gathering intel and studying his opponents. He’s got his gadgets, his computer, …

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the secret to Roger Federer’s success

When we think of excellence, a few names come to mind. Michael Jordan, Usain Bolt, Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee, Wayne Gretzky, Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps and Roger Federer. Naturally, what makes these individuals stand out above the rest is ability to win. They won, over and over again. Something not easy to do …

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do you have a set of “Jordan Rules?”

Do you have a set of “Jordan Rules?” For two years straight, 1989 and 1990, the Detroit Pistons ousted the Chicago Bulls, and the best basketball player on the planet (Michael Jordan), from the NBA playoffs. However, it wasn’t easy. In 1989, Jordan and his teammates seemed unstoppable at times and took control of their …

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The Best FREE Marketing Material Out There (and more)

Today I feel like doing something different… As you probably already know, I spend a lot of time studying. On the train, in my car, during lunch, on my breaks, in-between meetings, after my family goes to sleep, in the morning…whenever I have a few minutes to spare and I’m caught up with all my …

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19 Lessons I Learned As A Teacher

Isn’t it weird how things turn out? Little did I know that a summer job back in 1991 would change my life forever. To graduate from my high school I remember being told that I had to do 200 hours of community time. Now being in Bangkok at the time, and not speaking the language, …

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the power of Occam’s razor

Ever heard of William of Ockham? Not many people have. He was actually a medieval philosopher who is most famous for his creation of Occam’s razor. I had never heard of him in any of my history or philosophy classes, but when I first heard of Occam’s razor on a TV show (Luther), I was …

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five things you can never have enough of

Have you ever felt like a chicken with its head cut off? My wife sure has. A few days a week actually. Each morning she cooks breakfast, heads off to work, puts in eight hours (if not more), pops to the supermarket to pick up some ingredients for dinner on her way back, cooks dinner, …

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how one move would make Nintendo a dominant force

Nintendo was a trend setting back in the day. There are a few video games that changed history… There’s Pac-Man and Space Invaders for those people who had an Atari. There’s Pokemon and Mario Kart for DS lovers. There’s Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty for the more mature gamers. However, for me, one …

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