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seth-godin

Seth is a multimillionaire Internet entrepreneur, published author and futurist. If you want to read more about one of his sites (one of the most visited sites in the world), I wrote a quick tips for squidoo article a while back.
Below is one of the most simple and rewarding, yet hard to apply principles in business.
Fail until you succeed. Always reinvent!

Wayne-Dyer the shift

A great documentary/movie from Wayne Dyer. If you don’t know who this is, I’ve already written about Wayne Dyer here!

This documentary is made in a theatrical way, analyzing the life of a few families and the challenges they face when they attempt to have a meaning in their lives and get out of the material rat race. The actors are all great, and Wayne delivers real mind expansion material here!

lions and zebras

Or a better title would be:

How to be more like Nas. Don’t worry, it will make sense in the end.

Yeah, we all know success leaves trailes. For those in the hunt, these trails are golden. It’s what keeps us motivated, keeps us pushing forward. We need them, without them, what would happen to our aspirations?

So how should we react to these trails when we come across them?

Pete-Cashmore

You probably know about Mashable. It’s one of the most successful blogs on the Internet, with 60 employees and all the new social news and tech gadgets. It’s read by more than 25 million people each month.

A long way from Pete’s bedroom, back in his parents house in Scotland. But rewind 7 years and Pete Cashmore was just a 19 years old kid with a dream to make it big. He kept at it, wrote ‘8-10 articles each day’ and now he’s in the big league, with offices in many US cities, including New York!

But enough information from me, let’s hear the story straight from Pete!

puff daddy

You see, one might say that acting like Diddy’s acting in this video is a bit too flamboyant, too cocky. I think that that’s wrong. Diddy just emanates the “money vibration”. This video is old so maybe it’s that “money vibration” which enabled him to grow to where he is today. I personally see only happiness. How about you?

There’s a trap in which most entrepreneurs fall. I personally have been in the stomach of this deep, sunless dungeon. This trap is inside you. Much like the the saying that eating peruvian ayahuasca (a DMT infusied hallucinogenic shamanic plant) will have you facing your own demons, so too overcoming this trap will mean you’ll be face to face with your worst enemy. Yourself.

That’s exactly what this video is doing. It will coach you on the method to achieve success, and best of all, it’s free! Bob is one of the most well-known success speakers of our era. You’ve probably seen him in “The Secret”. The information below is 100% true!

Y’all know I’ve got a thing (e.g. admiration) for foreign arab money ballers. But this is just too much. If you don’t know Prince Alwaleed bin Talal al-Saud, well… you should! According to Business Insider, this guy is not called the “Warren Buffett of The Middle East” for no reason:

Alwaleed has that much money in part because, back in 1991, he invested $590 million in a struggling American bank, then called Citibank. The bet paid off insanely well, turning the nephew of Saudi Arabia’s king into a billionaire many times over.
Then Alwaleed invested in Apple, just before Steve Jobs turned it around. He’s now the second largest shareholder in News Corporation and owns a big stake in Time Warner, too. Just last month, he took a $300 million stake in Twitter, one of the hottest American tech companies.
Prince Alwaleed calls himself the largest foreign individual investor in the United States. And he may well be.”

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