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Your business is probably worthless

[Cache - #40] Do you own a service business? Chances are, it’s worthless. That’s just the first eye-opening fact in John Warrillow’s Built to Sell, possibly the most important business book I’ve ever read. Here’s another one: only one in read more

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Book review: Fascinate, by Sally Hogshead

You are probably boring.  Or maybe just the same as everyone else.  Or even invisible. That’s the bad news you’ll get from reading Fascinate, by Sally Hogshead.  Indeed, an honest review against her 7 triggers of fascination, defined through exhaustive read more

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Book review: Six Pixels of Separation, by Mitch Joel

As recently as a month ago, I was still a social media skeptic – one who suspected that SM platforms were dominated by idiots and that SM could not deliver a meaningful return for entrepreneurs like myself.  Mitch Joel’s Six read more

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