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Jolene Davies
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I’m nothing short of shocked and devastated today at the loss of my good friend Scott Dinsmore who died while hiking Mt Kilimanjaro this weekend.

It’s just too hard to believe.

He was around 215 days in on an amazing, year long, round the world trip with his lovely wife Chelsea, and his first digital sabbatical in 5 years.

Scott is the founder of Live Your Legend and he’s inspired tens of thousands of people through this work and his fantastic TEDx talk that’s been viewed by millions.

The way I've deal with it is to write this tribute post to him on 29 Ways to Live Your Legend Now.

If you'd like to leave a comment on how he touched your life please do.

http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/build-your-online-business/29-ways-to-live-your-legend-now-a-tribute-to-scott-dinsmore/

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Awesome post by my friend +Raymonda Rice on Freelancer FAQs. Don't look for why you're not qualified - look at how you are!

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We are a family of 6! :-) Cieran Joseph Davies born Feb. 27, 2015 at 19:11. Me & baby at home healthy! http://t.co/cbHMaqZCD5

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The Big 40: Business Books You Really Should Read – Part 1 http://100mba.net/the-big-40-business-books-you-really-should-read/

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I would not be anywhere near where I am without the community of Fizzle! $1 to try it for a month. What do you have to lose? 

Join me and the community of entrepreneurs who won’t let you quit over at Fizzle, for just $1 - http://fizzle.co?aid=2021

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Top 40 Blogging Tips from Fizzle masters :-)

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Life is a balancing act of holding on and letting go – of staying put and moving on.  We strive to make the right choices, but how do we know when it is truly time to move forward with our lives?  The signs aren’t always easy to accept, but they are there and you know it.  Relationships, jobs, and even the cities we live in have expiration dates.  Sometimes we hold on to what’s not working out of fear that we won’t be able to adapt to necessary changes.  And thus, the outcome is always the same: more pain, immense frustration, and lasting regret.  Be smarter than that.  Embrace the changes you know you need to make. - via: http://www.marcandangel.com/2014/09/17/12-promises-you-should-make-to-yourself-and-keep-forever/
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Sometimes you just have to give people the harsh advice they need to hear.

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At what point should you say, “I’ve prepared, I’m confident and now it’s time to launch.” http://bit.ly/1lNDF6G
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