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The Art of the Start 2.0 is on Amazon's Hot New Releases!
Get it with the special The Art of the Start 2.0 Early-Adopter Deal >>
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Upcycle your content with these 11 ways to repurpose blog posts.
Want to extend the shelf life of your blog content? Repurpose in an updated format!
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Hard proof that even the best and brightest tasted the bitter pill of rejection.
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Some of these aren't even rejections. Tim Burton's in particular is actually a praise. A lot of these are actually advice. I'd be happy to get letters like these.
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10 things to remember when you're tempted to complain.
A faint but discernible dividing line separates achievers from dreamers. What makes the difference? Attitude. Achievers have a can-do attitude that sets them apart from mere dreamers. Achievers are sold out to success—no matter the obstacles—and they are willing to put forth the effort and pay the price of success. Here are 10 tips to reveal your own can-do attitude:
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A cautionary tale to entrepreneurs on how the best ideas can go bust.
With almost $1billion in funding and ambitions to replace petroleum-based cars with a network of cheap electrics, Shai Agassi's Better Place was...
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Bill O'Reilly's not going down without a fight. No surprise there.
On Monday’s show, Mr. O’Reilly played CBS News footage from 1982 that showed violent protests and quoted correspondents describing the scene, but former colleagues said his account was still flawed. (With video.)
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+Matt Vita but the execs decide what can be reported. I heard an interview several years ago from someone that worked at Bloomberg News describing ultimatums sent down the line not to cover certain stories and only portray certain people in a certain light. Nothing personal to Bloomberg, but the impression was every "news" agency did the same thing. Which is why certain media outlets lean in particular political direction. 
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+Daria Musk shares a peek into her creative process for song development.

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I am so thrilled to share this with you G+niuses! Click through to see, hear and feel one of my new songs being created in this dynamic interactive multimedia thingy! From the real moment I sang the first seed of an idea into my phone at 4am, to making beats, to scribbling lyrics - like actually watch the words appear as I write them!! Play around with it! Scroll through! Watch the tiny videos! Find the hidden gems! Listen to all the mini-demos! Get a hint of what's to come...

I love taking the newest technology I can get my hands on and using it to bring us closer and closer together. From hangouts, to the new toys I used here like the Livescribe pen that records me humming while I scribble words, to this crazy cool platform "Sway" I used to build this little project. None of this is sponsored or anything... Like Matthew McConaughey would say, "I just liked it."

So, think of this as a tiny precursor of what's to come. I've been quietly putting down some powerful roots, watered and nurtured by your love and new music is about to "Bloom" in a big way. An album with a twist. Bringing us closer and closer through tech but with tons of heart. This is the next stage of my "dream bigger than a lifetime" and nothing is more fun and inspiring than growing with all of you.

Ok go check it out already! I'm freaking out a little I'm so excited!

XO, Daria

Ps. I literally cannot wait to hear what you think of this! Go explore it! And pretty please report back!

Pps. Thanks to my friends at +Future of StoryTelling for telling me about this thing!

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Every song starts with a seed. An unexpected moment of clarity and creation. The whisper of a stranger's conversation or the beat of the blood in your veins. It never arrives the same way twice, so songwriters live our lives with pens tucked in our purses, Moleskins in our back pockets, lips pressed to the mini-mics in our phones and keep our digital butterfly-nets always open. I do my best to catch each inspiration. Melodies and pictures and fee...
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7 Ways Doodling Will Change Your Life

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Amazing creativity, concentration and problem solving abilities could be just a doodle away.
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+Michael Gentry Check it out
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Art of the Start 2.0 Book Giveaway on Goodreads!
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Powerful words from a black Mississippi judge on what has changed in the state to address what sadly hasn't.
Judge Carlton Reeves sentenced three young white men in the murder of an innocent black man. But first, he had something to tell them.
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Here's an overview of the art of the business model. Four tips to make  a business model work for you are:

- Targeting a specific niche
- Keeping it simple
- Copying others
- Making it expansive

Learn the full details here:
A good business model forces you to answer two simple questions: “Who has your money in their pockets?” And “How are you going to get it into your pocket?” These questions may lack subtlety, but making money isn’t a subtle process. More elegantly stated, the first question involves identifying your customer and the need that …
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Empower people.
Chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. Formerly, advisor to the CEO of Motorola and chief evangelist of Apple. I have written thirteen books including The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power UsersAPE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur--How to Publish a Book,  What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us, and Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and ActionsI have a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.

Pre-order The Art of the Start 2.0: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything here.

I publish approximately five-ten posts per day. My focus is on design, marketing, enchantment, social media, entrepreneurship, innovation, venture capital, science, and photography.
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I wrote much of Enchantment, What the Plus!, and APE at La Tartine. I love that there's lots of parking across the street, there's good Wifi, and there are no VCs eating there. The staff is very nice, and the food is very good. It's as close to the Seine as you can get in Redwood City. :-) It would be nice if there were electric plugs on the east side of the restaurant.
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