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I sold that business for $10 million and then two years later I was dead broke because once again I forgot all about love. I squandered the love. I forgot my small successes and made them into a big failure.
Being fiscally responsible is a practice—like playing a musical instrument or doing yoga (sort of)
Every idea that moves the world forward seemed crazy the day before it became genius.
At some point in everyone’s life, they’re really bad with money.
Making money is easier than most people think—knowing why and what for, and not being driven in the wrong direction to get it? Much harder.
Today I’m going to go down my path.
If you keep doing things the way you’ve always been doing them, then your results will always be the same. You have to shake things up.
Crad Kilodney wrote me that he’s having very bad luck selling World Under Anaesthesia on the streets of Toronto. Crad wrote, about his street bookselling adventures and about mankind in general:“It’s the grand parade of witless human meat.”
Without capital, without money to fund your brilliant idea, you’re just another dreamer.