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Hello Boss, I started building websites 24 years ago. Back then, I was hard pressed to find a customer. In 1996, I worked for the first Internet cafe in Southern California called Cyber Java. I got paid six dollars an hour under the table. After making coffee and zucchini bread – I’d often go door-to-door

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How to Podcast (10 Ideas)

How to Podcast (10 Ideas)

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Hello Boss! You’re in lockdown, not commuting as much and have probably gained a few extra hours. . .you’ve binge watched all the shows your friends recommended on Netflix and Amazon Prime and getting restless. If you’re more of a creator, you’re probably thinking to yourself . . .Maybe I could start a podcast. If

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That is why you fail. . .

That is why you fail. . .

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Hello Boss! I have many spiritual sages and teachers, who I turn to for powerful wisdom and inspiration — Buddha, Epictetus, Rumi, Lao Tzu to name a few. One of my favorites is the oldest and most powerful Jedi, Master Yoda. Here are my six favorite quotes and lessons that I’ve been pondering this week:

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*Not Her Real Name

*Not Her Real Name

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Hello Boss! When I mentor entrepreneurs I always start by talking to them about their relationship with money. I don’t mean explaining the nuts and bolts of a balance sheet/profit & loss statements or even visualizing their SMART money goals (though these both have value). I mean how they relate to money, the story you

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The Clutch of Comparison

The Clutch of Comparison

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Hello Boss! Spend any amount of time scrolling through your social media feed, and it’s hard not to find yourself seized by comparison. As entrepreneurs, we can get caught doing the same — getting lost in research on competitors or others in a similar business, losing sight of our purpose. Comparing yourself to others is

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Waking Up to Abundance

Waking Up to Abundance

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The Five Habits to Cultivating a Mindset of Abundance Hello Boss! I believe changing your fortune begins by changing your mindset. As entrepreneurs, we strive for a LOT of money. We all have our own financial goals — yet once we reach them, we often move our “Financial Finish Line” further back. What we have

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Intelligence is:

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Hello Boss! “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” — Stephen Hawking Since the dawn of time, we’ve tried to discover, describe, and distinguish ourselves in many ways. From the Four Temperaments of ancient times: Sanguine Choleric Melancholic and Phlegmatic to the latest advances in artificial intelligence & psychology people have been restless in their pursuit of a

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The Good Finders

The Good Finders

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“Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” — Helen Keller Hello Boss! Many years ago a girl known as “Little Annie” lived in a mental institution outside of Boston. Her room was like a dungeon – receiving little light and even less hope. According to doctors,

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Snap, Crackle and Whop

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Hello Boss! “If we want to bring about real change, then the choice isn’t between protest and politics. We have to do both.” — Barack Obama What a week it’s been. My heart goes out to George Floyd, his family and those who’ve suffered (and continue to suffer). As I watched pain on both sides erupt and

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A Perfect Mess

A Perfect Mess

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Hello Boss! If you're anything like me, it's important to have some sort of order to get work $hit done. Clutter distracts me and feeds my procrastination. Order provides clarity. My mom and grandmother (both teachers) taught me to be "spick and span". I started my business from my dining room and six months into my first