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Sure, unfortunately. But maybe we simple don't know the currency rate of other species :-)
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Another one video :-)
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There is funny petition on whitehouse.gov which demands to return Alaska back to Russia :-)
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/alaska-back-russia/SFG1ppfN
Think it's joke back to the America's sanctions to Russia.
Very interesting if it can reach threshold 100000 signatures up to 20 April 2014 :-)
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It's my son's animation
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I think it worth to read those books. The quotations are very promising.
10 of the most counterintuitive pieces of advice from famous entrepreneurs. Paul Graham: Don't think big. "Empirically, the way to do really big things seems to be to start with deceptively small things." Leo Babauta: Don't set goals. "If you live without goals, you'll explore new territory. You'll learn some unexpected things. You'll end up in surprising places." Dave Goldberg: Leave the office at 5:30. "A CEO who spends time with his family every day demonstrates to other employees who have families that it's okay to be home for dinner and live a life outside the office." Elon Musk: Seek out negative feedback. "Don't tell me what you like, tell me what you don't like." Jeff Bezos: Change your mind a lot. "He's observed that the smartest people are constantly revising their understanding, reconsidering a problem they thought they'd already solved." Tim Ferriss: Don't go all in with your business. "I discourage people from cutting all ties and losing full-time income to focus on a business." Nate Kontny: Stay in the building. "You think you really understand someone's business after 30 minutes over coffee?" Reid Hoffman: Be embarrassed with your first version. "As opposed to waiting for a perfect product, you actually want to be launching the minimum viable product, the thinnest possible product, and then you iterate and develop." Chris Guillebeau: Provide the strongest guarantee you can. "But don't people take advantage of you? Answer: most people are honest, so why worry about the dishonest ones? Life is too short." Richard Branson: Go with your gut. "I never get the accountants in before I start up a business. It's done on gut feeling..."
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Probably they need to be seen.
This note for myself in order do not lost this info in the future.
Top 10 must watch documentaries for entrepreneurs and students. Students of entrepreneurship, from the looks of things. The documentaries are: Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy, Warren Buffett Revealed, Bill Gates: How a Geek Changed the World, The Google Boys, Napster: Downloaded, Code Rush (about Netscape), Revolution OS (about Linux), on Call of the Entrepreneur (about 3 entrepreneurs, Brad Morgan in the dairy business, Frank Hanna in the finance industry, and Jimmy Lai in the retail business in China), Startup.com (govWorks in the dot com bubble), and We Live In Public (about Josh Harris and the loss of privacy in the internet age).
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