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How to know if you should be an entrepreneur

If you don’t find Inc. Magazine completely fascinating and relevant to you, you’re probably not right for the entrepreneurial life. Norm Brodsky, Jason Fried, Leigh Buchanan, Meg Hirshberg, and Jane Berentson talk about the minutia of life in a small business. The tiniest things. Which, of course, is what it’s all about. Entrepreneurship isn’t about […]

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Career Advice: Learn to Edit

Heads up, friends: All the good jobs involve writing and editing. You need to communicate well — in an essay, a blog post, or a tweet. (And this isn’t just marketing jobs. I just deleted 300 of 360 applications for an office manager job because they had weak grammar. There’s not a lot you can […]

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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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Newsletter #758: The “Make Great Friends” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I Thought of That Email 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.] You can’t have too many good friends. Whether in your industry or in your neighborhood, here are a […]

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