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Call From Mom, For Any Day or Mothers Day

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Browsing Facebook (often times I try so hard to not get distracted) there was a good one from Anna Wong of Female Entrepreneurs Worldwide (FEW) that shows a screenshot of a phone screen with a notification that “mom” is calling (the person’s contact name is mom). It went on to say that we need to pick this up – no …

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In blog, motivation by Michael Michelini3 Comments

If you search the blog here – you will find it written a ton of times. Many blogs are built on it. I almost think Gary Vee sticks in my head for a few minutes after I even think the word hustle! I think my mom thought I was saying a bad word the first time I mentioned hustle to …

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Ideas While Drunk? How Do You Release?

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Getting Any Ideas While Drunk? Am I Missing Out By Being Sober? Early morning sober morning here as I type this up. Been sober for at least 3 years, maybe 4 (I can’t remember if I stopped drinking in 2014 or 2015) and reflecting on that. Some ask me why did I stop, or when did I stop – what …

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Tools of Titans Notes

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So I read and reviewed Tools of Titans book back in 2016 but realized I hadn’t put all my extensive notes on it (I wrote a ton of notes) here on the blog – what the heck? So I hope you enjoy these, they are notes – but been helpful for me to glance over as well through the years. …

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Appreciate Your Parents

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I know I have talked about this before- but it is so true – you really appreciate your parents once you become a parent yourself. Especially since I’m a “single dad” right now – it is overwhelming. Yet at the same time, kids just show you basic, raw human nature. Want food, sleep, entertainment. And just directly showing that they …

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Preparing for Single Dad Life (again)

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We will be….. Witnessing Single Dad Life Again So the wife is off to INDIA (crazy, yes, I know) for a Buddhist retreat this weekend. She flies out on Thursday morning and will be back “sometime next week” (return flight not booked yet). She says I have experience For those who remember – I went to USA without her last …

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Building The Boy Scouts Website

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Contributing Back To Boy Scouts – Remotely Boy Scouts had a huge positive influence on me growing up. It gave me structure to build on outside of the grind of school. I talk about my boy scout experiences more here and here if you’re curious. And over the holidays I was contacted by my Scout Master – Bill Gervais trying …

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Close Call

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Close Call (Daughter Put a Bead Up Her Nose) Just a normal Saturday evening at home. Reading a book to Miles and Maggie when suddenly about halfway through the book Maggie says her nose hurts. She is scratching at it a bit. Trying to figure out and she says (in Chinese) “toy”. I call Wendy over to help. Maggie explains …

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Clockwork Book Review (ACDC, QBR, & 4D Systems)

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Lets me spend more time with my daughter (and son) due to Clockwork: Design Your Business to Run Itself Another great management book I will be recommending other entrepreneurs to read alongside eMyth and Work the System and Traction – how are they all different? Well I am a junkie for reading these kinds of books – but some key …

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Before the Exit Book Review (Don’t Sell!)

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A quick review of my buddy Dan Andrew’s book – Before The Exit: Thought Experiments For Entrepreneurs. Already put this up on Amazon as soon as I devoured it on my Kindle – but wanting to document more on the bloggity-blog here too. Makes me never want to sell! 😉 Thanks Dan for this counter-intuitive advice. I was also fortunate …