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"Money is an echo of value. It's the thunder to value's lightening."
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In my latest guest post for The American City The Business Journals I take inspiration from the late sales master and mentor to many, Bill Gove, who used to teach that: "You are responsible to them, not for them." http://bit.ly/2lL81f6 #sales

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Just recently read a book that came very highly-recommended. It's titled, “Rebirth: A Fable of Love, Forgiveness, and Following Your Heart” written by +Kamal Ravikant. I can hardly remember ever enjoying a story more. The bonus was learning lessons filled with such wisdom that it will forever enhance my life. It’s a good bet that anyone who reads it will feel the same way. Yep, it’s that good! And, in this week’s interview segment of The Go-Giver Podcast, appropriately titled, “Rebirth" we have the honor of learning directly from the author himself. I hope you enjoy the episode, and enjoy the conversation with Kamal as much as I did. http://bit.ly/2l3d8DZ. And, be sure and pick up his book!

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Observing the constant, err..."sharing" of opinions on social media, television, and in-person conversations reminds me of one of my all-time-favorite sayings. It also happens to be the advice I'd give my much younger self that would benefit him most throughout his adult life. In our new post, we look at, "What Gets Us Into Trouble" - http://bit.ly/2kJgPOJ. Would love to know your thoughts about this.

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There’s an old saying that “Nice guys finish last.” Well, if they do, it’s not because they’re nice. And, nobody does a better job of disproving that horrible saying than does +Doug Sandler a former professional DJ, now a speaker, and author of the bestselling, “Nice Guys Finish First.” Of course - and as he shares during our newest episode of The Go-Giver Podcast - there’s more to being nice than simply what meets the eye. Learn how nice guy Doug has built a fantastic business and life. http://bit.ly/2kmflOk. Enjoy!

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Complaining - it’s one of the most destructive habits one can have both personally and professionally and the only people it attracts are others who do the same. People who incessantly complain are typically nowhere near as successful as people who do not. One book that made a huge difference in my life was “The No Complaining Rule” by the great entrepreneur, speaker, and master storyteller, Jon Gordon. And, in our new episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, Jon joins us with some of the wisest and most helpful advice on this topic I’ve ever heard. Visit http://bit.ly/2lja3zs and let us know your thoughts.

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Indeed, passion is important to success (not to mention, an enjoyable part of it), but far from the only thing...especially when "life happens" as it often does. In our new episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, guest +Carrie Wilkerson with absolutely profound wisdom for life and business at http://bit.ly/2kN4i0r #CarrieOn and...Wow! 

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By its very nature, Mastery is a process that involves a lot of work, and a lot of time. Fortunately, it is accessible to everyone. In today’s interview, we learn from a “Master” of this topic +John Lee Dumas of EOFire who can help get us on our way to Mastery in just 100 days. http://bit.ly/2jU9MFy. Enjoy, and be sure and check out the awesome new resource he’s just released!

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Gaining the maximum productivity we can out of our working day allows us to accomplish more in less time (or accomplish a lot more in the same amount of time). But, knowing this, and knowing how to do this are often two different things. Fortunately, as we learn from Productivity Strategist, +Steve Kahle in our new episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, "Breakout Productivity," through some very simply shifts in our approach...we can indeed live up to our Productivity Potential. Visit http://bit.ly/2k0uEf2, enjoy our discussion, and feel free to share your thoughts with us.

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Most of us are familiar with the famous saying attributed to Mahatma Gandhi, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Well, it turns out he didn't actually ever say that. But, he did say something perhaps even more profound. And, we discuss this - and its implications - in our new post - "'People Wisdom' from Gandhi" at http://bit.ly/2jlZe2h. {Inspired by a chapter in +james altucher's new book, "Reinvent Yourself."}

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As important as it is to think, plan, and strategize, it’s only when action is finally put into the mix that success can possibly occur. And, in today’s post, we discuss with Entrepreneur, +Jim Palmer r, the power of…"Fast Decisions." http://bit.ly/2idRUEu Enjoy!
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