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Don’t be intimidated by entrepreneurship. Throw business plans out the door!


Originally posted on I'm No Branson:

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In the early days when I developed my interest in entrepreneurship, I kept getting caught up about what to do and how I would do it. I was inhibited by the mindset that I had to find that ‘golden idea’ that would make me millions; I call this “Zuckerbucks Syndrome”. Funnily enough, every ‘golden idea’ I came up with had already been done or was too hard to do. However, when I did get past Zuckerbucks Syndrome, I’d then get caught up spending months on a business plan, outlining the in and outs of my business as well as detailed analysis of the market. I’d usually run out of motivation half-way through the business plan or decide that it was too hard.

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Strike Two!


Originally posted on patoisbystebner:

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If you followed my blog through Burgundy this past June, you’ll recall I was trapped in the “little” train strike that turned into a “big” one. Isn’t one strike a year enough?! Obviously not, since I found myself maneuvering the current “grève” of the french Air France pilots this past week. Thanks to my french Facebook friend, Valerie Pillot, for giving me the heads up early in the week and Julie Kapper, my Delta flight attendant painting student, who advised me to follow my gut and rebook my Delta reservation through KLM instead of waiting to see if you-know-who would cancel my flight or not. They did and I was able to side-swipe what could have been a 4 or five day delay and loose only one.

Add to that snafu a complication of assembling a new traveling easel that put me in a last minute tailspin. That set saws…

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The Bank Of England Just Said It Thinks Bitcoin Could Be Huge


Originally posted on Bitcoin:

TOMAS HIRST

Bank of England

Jim Edwards

The Bank of England in London.

The Bank of England has devoted twopapers to the rise of digital currencies. It’s another demonstration of Bitcoin’s transformation from niche cyber-libertarian intrigue to a subject of mainstream interest.

More significantly, the Bank suggests that the key innovation is not the digital currency itself — which is subject to wild fluctuations — but the “distributed ledger,” which tracks Bitcoin transactions. That ledger has the potential to revolutionize the financial system, the bank argues.

Although there has been a great deal of innovation and new technology in payment systems, the Bank says “the basic structure of centralised payment systems has remained unchanged.” At the core of the system is a central ledger (usually a central bank) that records and settles transactions.

Bitcoin, and other digital currencies, works on a completely different decentralized model. Instead of a central ledger digital (crypto)currencies operate…

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The good ol’ days


Originally posted on Chris Martin Writes:

Growing up, I never had an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or a watch that could make telephone calls. I had little green army men, tons of rubber bands, and grass-stained jeans. I would spend hours outside in the Summer doing…well, everything. I could make an adventure out of anything. If I found a stick and some rocks, I was entertained for hours. With a football, and no one else around, I could win Super Bowls. Late night basketball sessions were a staple in my high school years. I would always make the winning shot to end the championship game. Oh, and if I missed, well, that meant I got fouled and went to the free throw line to decide the outcome. I would walk into the house at night a complete sweaty, dirty, and often bruised-and-banged-up mess. It was awesome.

Technology has radically changed our lives. The question is, has it…

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Mummy Life


Originally posted on Loving São Paulo:

IMG_20140802_113414The mummy brain has been in another place lately and without any new ideas of what to write about. It’s a little odd considering the many new things going on in my life at the minute; little smiles, little giggles, little yawns, little coughs…

Being a mother; it’s everything I never expected.

She’s now almost 6 months, 7680g and 66cm. Every day is a blessing, I still look at her like I did 6 months ago, stunned at how perfect she is, stunned at how much I love her. I often look at her when she is sleeping in my arms, and I get teary. I tear up because what I feel is so strong. I look at her and pray that she will always be happy and healthy. I worry about dying, about leaving her. I look at her and think about my mother who died when I was only 11…

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Modi Effect? India Likely to Break into $2 Trillion Club


Originally posted on etcglobe:

India could join an exclusive group of nine
countries, whose annual gross domestic product
(GDP) is above $2 trillion (Rs 120 lakh crore at 60
rupee per dollar). According to Nomura, India’s
nominal GDP could finally breach the $2 trillion
threshold this year and reach nearly $3 trillion by
fiscal year 2016-17.
India has been tantalisingly close to achieving this
distinction with its GDP hovering in the $1.8
trillion to $1.9 trillion range over the last three
years. But a dip in inflation and more stable
exchange rate are likely to boost the GDP above
the $2 trillion mark this year, Nomura estimates.
The statistical landmark is likely to come at a time
when a new government led by Prime Minister
Narendra Modi has won a historic mandate on the
promise of higher growth and more jobs.
The projection comes days after India’s April to
June GDP grew at 5.7…

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The Meaning of Happiness Changes Over Your Lifetime


Originally posted on Center for Advanced Hindsight:

Swinging Happiness for BlogThe following is a scientific and personal article written by CAH member Troy Campbell about happiness.

One lovely afternoon, I began chatting to my grandpa. I was completely unaware he was about to say something that would change my view of happiness forever.

In the middle of our conversation, I felt a lull so I pulled out the classic question. “If you could have dinner with one person, living or dead, who would it be?” I couldn’t wait to talk about my long list of dead presidents, dead Beatles, dead scientists, and a really cute living movie star. But I was also really eager to hear what he’d say.

Then he simply answered, “My wife.”

I immediately assured him it’s not necessary for him to answer like that. We all knew he loves his wife, whom he eats dinner with every night and was currently over in the other room…

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