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@th The Experiences That Took These 5 Entrepreneurs to the Next Level http://www.inc.com/entrepreneurs-organization/the-experiences-that-took-these-5-entrepreneurs-to-the-next-level.html "One of the best moves I made was to separate sales, marketing, and account management. When I started my company, I looked for salespeople who could generate leads, sell, and then manage the accounts they sold. I refer to them as mythical beings because they simply could not be found. When I separated each of the units these salespeople were covering, the company began to scale upward. Ultimately, creating clearly-defined roles and responsibilities was the key." #entrepreneurship #EO #leadership
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tommy Smoking Crack, Living Large http://ceo.ca/2015/01/21/smoking-crack-living-large/ @jaltucher nails #entrepreneurship here
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Tommy Humphreys dealing with web hosting issues is one of the many joys of #entrepreneurship
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Tommy Another great "a dozen things I leaned" post by www.twitter.com/trengriffen - Jim Goetz is a VC behind Whatsapp and others. Here's what he thinks about #venture-capital, IR presentations, and #entrepreneurship http://25iq.com/2015/06/06/a-dozen-things-ive-learned-from-jim-goetz-about-business-startups-and-venture-capital/
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anonymous "What’s so great about #entrepreneurship is that you don’t have to be from the “right” crowd to start a company—you can just do it, without anyone’s permission." - Tucker Max
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anonymous First Mining Finance $FF Founder Keith Neumeyer on #silver, #speculation and #entrepreneurship in the #mining industry https://youtu.be/lKsjFYcOzFE+
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@MiningBookGuy [76] Doug Casey | Clinging to Material Wealth is Unseemly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iija6C7TdRg+ @AlbertKLu #DougCasey #Speculator #books #miningbooks #contrarian #entrepreneurship #AlbertLu interviews #DougCasey at his #ThePowerAndMarketReport youtube channel. I'm only 7 minutes through this one and it's awesome! Learning new stuff about Doug, and this is probably the most thorough discussion of his new book #Speculator (co-author @JohnHunt), which I highly recommend (getting lucky with really good books lately!). A longer clip, this is good 'late night' viewing. I'll tag #mbgtrends -- in case anyone wants to discuss content in this clip or the #Speculator book in the next few days in that room/channel.
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@MiningBookGuy i love that @AlbertKLu makes sure to talk about BOTH #speculating & #entrepreneurship. very relatable to me. these are great thoughts/lessons. #Speculator
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@MiningBookGuy I think a bunch of people missed this NEW interview that was posted earlier today: Life, Markets, and Podcasts with Albert Lu, by @Newton @Newton/life-markets-and-podcasts-with-albert-lu This is an 'unusual' (that's a good thing!) and wide-ranging interview with #AlbertLu from #ThePowerAndMarketReport. Lots of great nuggets of info. Some stuff I can really relate with on #entrepreneurship in the beginning, and so much more. Definitely worth a read, will get you thinking for sure! #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy @nicholaslepan - i disagree that "the majority of business is run by accountants and lawyers". many, many businesses are run by people without formal education. and even if they're educated, they are much more about marketing, deal-making, and various 'emotional' things. if you're thinking of old, staid Fortune 500 companies, you might be right. But in no way are accountants/lawyers at the heart of most businesses. but to your points about 'average' investor vs 'pro' investor, i agree with you. whether it's a warren buffett or the trading legends in #MarketWizards, we wouldn't be discussing them if they were too emotional. and to @Allan's points - i think it makes sense for the typical junior CEO to be 'more emotional' than a 'pro investor'. junior CEOs are entrepreneurs...gotta sell! but it's a good idea to NOT confuse entrepreneurship and investing/trading. i struggle with this from my own experience...2 different mindsets #entrepreneurship #business #investing #emotion
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