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Things I wish I knew earlier…

Things I wish I knew earlier…

How often do you say this yourself: “Man, if I only learned this earlier in life, think where I’d be now!”

Me? Several times a day!

You probably already know about my mission to prevent mistakes, shorten the learning curve, and accelerate the success of entrepreneurs through The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster.

Besides entrepreneurs, I am also worried about our graduates. Read More


Time to Grind

Time to Grind

Today I want to let you in on another great truism of success not often discussed. Are you ready for it? You sure?

You might not like it. In fact, I am sure you won’t like it. Because I don’t. No great achiever does.

But it is a reality nonetheless. Here it is:

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The Secret Source Code of Achievement

The Secret Source Code of Achievement

Today I am going to give you what I consider THE Secret Source Code of Achievement.

Most people won’t tell you this. Why?

Because one, they don’t know what’s really running their motor.

They THINK it’s for all these projected altruistic motives, but the reality is it is rooted in something much more raw and profound. Read More


WOW Beginnings (2 of 2)

WOW Beginnings (2 of 2)

In part two of our WOW Beginnings series, here’s a lesson I want to share with you: Go back to being a bit naïve.

Just as Brian Wong, whom I interviewed on the December CD of SUCCESS magazine, said it,

“Be willing to ask questions and be naïve.”

You see, I think the older—and seemingly wiser and more experienced we become—the more we THINK we need to know the answers to questions and problems. Read More


WOW Beginnings (1 of 2)

WOW Beginnings (1 of 2)

In part 1 of this week’s series, I want to talk to you about WOW beginnings—businesses where young entrepreneurs hit it big early.

I want to share one such story with you. One disclaimer: I have a certain weakness for the business I am about to share with you…but more on that later.

In the summer of 1978 two friends, lets call them Cohen and Greenfield, opened a makeshift ice cream parlor in an abandoned gas station in northern Vermont of all places.  Read More