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Starting Fires

In 2007, I read a book that changed my life. While the book itself is simple (borderline elementary now that I’ve gone back to reread it years later), there was a single idea that I couldn’t shake at the time; one that still sticks with me today. Before I explain what that idea is, I want to put this in context: I first read this book when I was a 20 year old West Point cadet. At the...

The Creative Entrepreneur

The Conventional Entrepreneur en·tre·pre·neur: “The owner or manager of a business enterprise who, by risk and initiative, attempts to make profits” The entrepreneur seeks to make a profit – at least, conventionally speaking. The conventional entrepreneur believes he can do something better (cheaper, faster, closer etc.) than what exists in the market place. He builds something to...

7 Essential Tools for the Creative Entrepreneur

The Tools of the Trade The role of the creative entrepreneur is to invent, design and build something profitable, personal and creative. To do that, we need a set of tools that enhance our work and magnify our impact. The following is a quick list of tools I’ve found ESSENTIAL in designing my new company (more on that later), writing my book, and building my blog. A caveat: tools can’t do the...

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