Category Archives: Capitalism

Size Matters


I learned a valuable lesson today that reinforced Seth Godin’s premise that mass and size matters. Continue reading

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A profitable life at any level


Started teaching a course on entrepreneurship tonight and the subject turned to cash flow. We were taking about the 7 C’s of lending which includes collateral. Collateral represents the ability to save and is required for any type of loan. … Continue reading

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The 80/20 rule or why the rich get richer


So my motto is, “If you do what successful people do, the same thing will happen to you.”
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Abundance


Seth Godin said something that clicked. In an interview about today’s marketing, he said, “Find work that you can blog about daily or find something else.” I understood the part about ‘work you love’, its just blogging every day scared … Continue reading

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A Street Worth Occupying


Watching all the protests bubbling up under the banner of “Occupy Wall Street” has been an emotional experience. I do not know whether to laugh or cry. Continue reading

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