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Tips for starting a business overseas from entrepreneur Vinay Raval

Vinay Raval is an entrepreneur and world traveler currently based out of Cusco, Peru. He’s also a close friend, my former basketball coach, and simply one of the happiest and honest people I know. Let’s flip it over to Vinay… Who are you and what do you do? My name is Vinay Raval. I lead […]

Blair Small : BSP Training

Blair Small is an entrepreneur, musician, and photographer based out of New York City. He’s also one of my best friends so I’m happy to feature him as the first guest on this blog. Who are you and what do you do? I am Blair Small. I’m a personal trainer, a wedding photographer and a […]

Formula for Entrepreneurial Success — Architecting A Life

Take on Big Challenges It’s pretty simple: Hard things are valuable; easy things are not so valuable. Reaching the mountaintop is rewarding because it is hard. If it was easy, everybody would do it. The hardest part is the sacrifice of doing it again. Put hard work on repeat.

When Seeing is Believing

Seeing validates existence Seeing absolves doubt Seeing eradicates ignorance But seeing inhibits the imagination. Innovation emerges from the fiction of the mind, a dream, to testing the hypothesis through real work. We should strive to create things we want to see and lead people into accepting the potential reality. Seeing is believing in yourself, your […]

Flat is the new up

Complete failure can boost productivity. This is mainly due to the ability to adapt, persist, and find new opportunities. THINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU HAVE TO SURVIVE.  All of a sudden the simplest tools become more important again. You realize you can survive on less. Perspective creates efficiency. To struggle is to grow. When you work […]