Traction

After spending 5 years in corporate consulting and using various methodologies to audit businesses and help launch new ventures, I really appreciate a good business framework. What do I mean by a framework? I mean something to help a business communicate – with themselves, their customers and the world at large. How does a business […]

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Profit First

The purpose of any good business is to not only to change the world and better society at large but at the end of the day, it also needs to be about turning a profit if the business is going to sustain itself and the one who created it. So often, and this is true […]

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What will your job look like in 10 years?

I have always been fascinated by the following quote from Bill Gates, “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” I am firmly in the overestimating camp and always try to do too much in a year. As I get older and hopefully wiser […]

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The CASHFLOW Quadrant

This book is legendary. The book that actually put Robert Kiyosaki on the map was Rich Dad Poor Dad, but the book that has had the most tangible impact for me as an entrepreneur is Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom. It is a top 5 mandatory read. In CASHFLOW Quadrant, […]

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The Art of the Deal

One of the guests on our podcast recently was a gentleman that has had tremendous success in real estate by building a portfolio in a very short amount of time. During the interview he said something that I felt like I knew, but that I really didn’t appreciate. He said he doesn’t buy real estate […]

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Partnerships

Did you know that 80% of business partnerships end up failing? That statistic doesn’t surprise me. Partnerships are tough. You take two imperfect people and try to get them to work towards a common goal. Achieving goals can be hard enough by yourself let alone with someone else. That statistic might also suggest that business […]

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