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Real world tales of surviving the recession

Real world tales of surviving the recession

The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur put a call out to its readership for lessons entrepreneurs learned from the latest recession and then published 206 of them. The overall theme of the submissions was people will buy what you are selling if it’s a quality product. If you are serious about being an entrepreneur you can likely find the motivation to continue, the patience to wait, and a solution to get you through the tough times.

Your brain is just a muscle

Your brain is just a muscle

Do I have your attention? Do you think I can keep it?

Kolbe says we can spend a lot of time performing tasks or learning about things that appeal to us but are less willing to devote time to things we find less interesting. Similarly, while your Unique Ability might give you energy, life dictates that you still need to do things that fall into your less than Unique Ability categories.