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Newsletter #1000: The “Greatest Hits of All Damn Time” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I’d Thought of That! newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] This is the 1,000th issue of the Damn, I Wish I’d Thought of That! newsletter. (Well, not quite — in the […]

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There is a very fine line between swimming, treading water, and drowning

And they all feel pretty much the same when you start doing them. Entrepreneurs — remember Benjamin Franklin’s advice: Never confuse motion with action. (If you’re having trouble with this, read Rework by Jason Fried, with amazing illustrations by Mike Rohde.)

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Small business reading list

Blogs are great, but trade magazines are still important. If you're an entrepreneur or small business, read these: 1. The entrepreneur's essentials: Inc. and Fast Company2. The trade magazine for your industry: DM News, PR Week, Plumbing News, or whatever you do3. The trade magazine for your client's industry: You need to know how they […]

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Why I’m an entrepreneur

The person who wrote "Dare to log on to Butterfinger.com" is probably a better designer than me, a better marketer than me, and probably makes more money than me. But they worked on that one project for many months, to sell one candy bar. I don't have the attention span.

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