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Resilience is a Myth. 3 Insights For Entrepreneurs Who've Recently Suffered a Setback

I don't know about you, but I'm tired of being "resilient." Just when I thought I was resilienT enough and it was safe to go back into the water, Dr. Fate deals another blow. Whaaat? Again? You know how the saying goes: the only way to deal with uncertainty in

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The Power of Optionality

Several years ago, a startup I was running failed. I was so sure of success, I had no backup plan. The stress almost cost me my marriage and my health. I've learned a lot about the power of optionality since then and I'll be writing a lot on this subject.

The Power of Optionality
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5 Things We're Missing About Longevity & Living to 100

A few articles on the subject of longevity have got my attention recently. Some of the technology advances for improving healthcare and increasing life expectancy are incredible. Around 100 years ago, people lived to the age of 30 on average. Today, more and more people are reaching their 100th birthday.

5 Things We're Missing About Longevity & Living to 100
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Why Writing Finally Taught Me That Linear Thinking is a Killer

For the last two years, friends and colleagues have been pushing me to write a book that I never stopped talking about. The Covid-19 Pandemic finally gave me the opportunity to take a sabbatical and get down to writing. I found my flow easily and within 6 months in 2021,

Why Writing Finally Taught Me That Linear Thinking is a Killer
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Something About "Entrepreneur" Has Been Hiding in Plain Sight

A few days ago I made a discovery about the word "entrepreneur" that really got me thinking about what the journey of life is all about. Remember the last time you had a business idea and you got excited about the journey ahead? We start out with this vision of

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What Riding a Bike Can Teach Us About Learning (& Life)

We're all guilty of saying this when talking about learning a new skill: "It's as easy as riding a bike!" Teachers say it, parents say it, we hear it in online classes all the time. We find ourselves saying it when we want to convince somebody that learning a new

What Riding a Bike Can Teach Us About Learning (& Life)
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Why Leaving a Legacy Is a Myth

I've struggled with the notion of leaving a legacy when I die. Many of us have this grand vision of what will be written on our tombstone and what people will say about us after we're gone. Every time we get stuck in our lives, there's always somebody close by