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Judging is Easy, Empathy is Hard

We judge. Human beings judge. It's unavoidable. We can choose, however, to set our first judgements aside and look again, look harder, and look for the story that we aren't seeing. What's the difference between the story we see, and the story the other person might be...

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Ugly Words

A good writer will ask themselves, every time they publish, if they have said anything unavoidably ugly.

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Changing Gears

I've been so bogged down by: the tactics, the monetisation models, the go-to-market strategy, that I forgot to remind myself that it all starts with a promise to help someone who needs to take action.That thing that they need to move on is something that I am uniquely...

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100 Day Goal Commitment

This is it; I'm making a commitment to doing something for the next 100 days that will help me move the needle for my business and personal goals. 100 days is a perfect amount to really test myself, as it isn't short like a month where I can just struggle...

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A New Thought Process for Climate Change Deniers

Hurricane Harvey has opened up the debate on climate change again, but a lot of people are denying the effects of climate change and global warming. While some scientists are claiming that man-made emissions have intensified the hurricane, a lot of people are not...

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The Circle of Technology

This century has already seen some of the most incredible changes to human behaviour in our history. E-mail and the touchscreen device has taken over our entire existence, with hours of each day dedicated to consuming something, anything, from a doodad in our hands....

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How to be an Entrepreneur: Start by Freelancing

If you want to be an entrepreneur but are struggling to build your asset, try freelancing first. On this day 1 year ago I went part time at my job and started working on my own businesses. By part time, I mean 6-20 hours a week with 1 to 3 part-time jobs here in...

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