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What People Forget About Twitter

[Note: I’ve had this post in my drafts folder for seven months, and now the Motrin fiasco has prompted me to finish it.] I sometimes hear from business people who believe Twitter isn’t that important because even the most popular … Continue reading

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Balls All Over the Floor

Lately the hardest part of doing business has been managing my frustration over people not delivering what they’ve promised. Notice that there are two problems here—people not delivering and my reaction to it. Delivering This is going to be part … Continue reading

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Can You Turn Your Passion Into a Job and Keep the Passion Alive?

Chris Guillebeau recently asked me to contribute to a post on his blog about whether financial success follows if you “follow your passion” as so many gurus recommend. There ended up being a bunch of great opinions from a number … Continue reading

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