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6 Months with Complice: A Review

Learn about a tool for self-directed work in this Complice review

Exceptional dolphins know something that we humans often forget: Fortune favors the brave.

Small bursts of work can sometimes be your most productive periods in a day.

With all the emphasis on social media, people are overlooking one of the oldest and best forms of marketing: Word of Mouth.

Letting go of and sharing your ideas is one of the best things that can happen to them.

Here are some recent articles from around the web that will amaze, plus an update on the new LifeDev design.

Honest Abe knew a thing or two about becoming authoritative. But probably not in the way you’d expect.

Downtown Port-Au-Prince after the massive earthquake in Haiti. My friends Carolyn and Doug are incredible people, and I don’t think I’ve ever looked up to two people more. Doug and Carolyn work in a church, and if you’ve ever worked in a church you know that all kinds of needy people use (and abuse) the… Read more

Photo by Anna Fischer I finished Gary Vaynerchuk’s Crush It! a while back, and surprisingly, I was a big fan. Nothing against @garyvee or course, it’s just that I had feared the book would mostly be an instructional for sites like YouTube. I was dead wrong. While the book does have beginner training on technologies… Read more

Photo by seanmcgrath If anything, let 2010 mark the point in time where we stop relying on “experts”. Gone. Buh-bye. You see, the experts get us into trouble. They provide “insights” to guide our way when we think we don’t know the answer. Or they tell us we’re wrong. It never fails to amaze me… Read more

Photo by Oncle Tom It’s really simple: You can’t become an expert until you’ve failed at something. Yet it’s funny how people with authoritative titles never talk about their mistakes. In fact, it’s a taboo. We want to put our trust in someone who’s more of an “expert” than us. It makes us feel safe… Read more

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