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Moments in the Mud

By Bryon / November 23, 2017

Zhuang Zi was a brilliant philosopher who lived in ancient China. He had many abilities and all the rulers would seek him out for his wise advice. One of them, King Wei, sent his workers out to Zhuang Zi’s home to invite him to come to Wei’s court and be his chief counselor at the […]

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Better to Ask Forgiveness than Permission

By Bryon / November 15, 2017

Just something to ponder… John Hawkridge, owner of the U.K. Gallipot Inn, found an old discarded bus stop sign. Thinking it would be great for business if he had a bus stop right outside his pub, he erected the sign for a laugh, not expecting much to come of it. But soon customers were queuing […]

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How Fast Can Change Happen?

By Bryon / November 15, 2017

January 22, 1943, Black Hills, South Dakota. In Spearfish at 7:32 a.m., it was -4 degrees Fahrenheit, or -20 Celsius 2 minutes later the temperature was 45 degrees Fahrenheit – a rise of 49 degrees. Yes, you read that right – a 49 degree change in 2 minutes time. A couple of hours later, the […]

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First Names; Names First

By Bryon / November 15, 2017

During school, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I was a pretty smart student and had gotten through the other questions quite easily, until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?” I imagined this to be some kind of joke. But when I thought […]

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Octopus Teaches Online Entrepreneurs about Reaching Goals

By Bryon / November 14, 2017

The National Aquarium of New Zealand reports that Inky the Octopus has escaped. The smart 8 legged creature squeezed out of a small gap at the top of his tank, slithered across the floor of the aquarium and used a sea-water runoff pipe to make his way to Hawke’s Bay, and on to freedom. Octopus […]

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What Are the Secrets Only the Wealthy Know?

By Bryon / November 13, 2017

That’s the question posed in an online forum recently. Answers ran the gamut of the spectrum, but here are 28 we found especially helpful, in completely random order… Become financially educated. Read personal finance management books, starting with Rich Dad Poor Dad.  Learn how to budget and how to invest. Live frugally. If you’re thinking […]

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