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Jeff David replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Outliers
"Very good post, I love this. I read in Earl Nightingale's book (I believe), that immigrants take a job and make it an opportunity. Often, those of us born and raised in the United States take an opportunity and make it a job. I've been…"
Sep 5
Rhen Hoehn replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Outliers
"His newest book, David and Goliath, builds on this somewhat and describes how people, such as immigrants, take advantage of apparent disadvantages. I just finished reading it and highly recommend it."
Sep 5
Pete Herrick replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Outliers
"You're right.  It's all in how it's framed. America:  Is it opportunity or is it entitlement?   That's up to the person viewing it I guess. "
Sep 3
Christopher Battles replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Outliers
"I have not read this book yet, but what you are saying is true. Appreciate what we have, but not to the point of stopping there. "
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I read the book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. It seemed to be focused on how circumstances helped make a lot of people successful. I am not sure what I take away from the book except that none of those people would have been successful had they not put forth the effort it took to achieve it.I like to believe in an inner locust of control. Even so I realize that people who read this benefit from modern technology and being born in what is still a free country. Interestingly enough though it is…See More
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"Hello Gary, What do you want to see on the Think and Grow events Group?"
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Garrett Davis commented on GARY LEAGUE's blog post Does It take a Daredevil to be an Entreprenuer
"I don't think it takes a dare devil to be an entrepreneur. Though the mentality of a dare devil may help. For example: If your willing to take a risk & you lose. You also must be willing to pick yourself back up and dust yourself off. Then…"
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What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I am pretty good with Language. I am articulate,a good speller and probably a decent writer.


Does It take a Daredevil to be an Entreprenuer

Posted on March 22, 2014 at 10:11am 3 Comments

 True Entrepreneurs seem to have certain traits and one of them is Risk Taking. Richard Branson is well known for his Adventures and in on one of  them He almost got killed.  I have heard that even Bill Gates has a risky side to him. I was thinking about this when I was having a discussion with an old friend who used to be a "Bad Boy" when he was a Teenager .He loved  fast cars and racing them. He did not become an Entrepreneur and that is not the point. Obviously racing is a risky venture…


MyTen Most Memorable SHark Tank Pitches

Posted on March 15, 2014 at 11:00am 3 Comments

 It was not easy but I have chosen 10 pitches to highlight  as my favorites and 3 Honorable mentions from Shark Tank.

!. TOM And CHEE  A  gourmet Grilled Cheese and tomato soup Restaurant. I don't care too much for the foood categories but the 2 guys from Ohio had something a little different. Restaurants have a high failure rate but;they were doing alright ande were confident they could franchise their idea and they already had one or more Franchisees.

2. CHORD BUDDY This was…


My Shark Tank Honorable Mentions

Posted on March 15, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

COAT CHEX  A business student came up with this idea for a High tech system for checking coats at bars etc.I love the innovation but, one of the problems with it is that its seasonal as the sharks pointed out.

E-Creamery   I like the idea of personalized Ice cream and they do have customers. the problem with this one is that it is so cost prohibitive. If I spent a lot of money on something like ths I would want a commemorative container.  I can imagine if the wasn't a problem that…


A Tale of 2 Sandwich Shops

Posted on December 21, 2013 at 10:47am 0 Comments

There are 2 Sandwich shop franchises of the same company and  the same distance from where I live but, I prefer one to the other. One has the line running back to front and th eother froont to back. That is really no biig  deal although it does makei it  a little confusing. As I  was going through the line at the one  I like least there were 3 people ahead of me but the workers seemed harried and to be honest it made me feel a little stressed. The sandwich maker aske d if I wanted it toasted…



Posted on June 8, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments

A lot of people use podcasting to go along with their blogging and a lot of people may wonder how to go about it. It can also be used as a business in itself or to promote an existing business. I am sharing a pdf which you may find helpful. If you share it I beleive you are not allowed to alter or sell it so read the information. There are 2 websites that you may find useful if you don't already have your own website. They are www.buzzsprout.com and…


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At 11:53am on June 24, 2014,
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Josh Bulloc

Hello Gary,

What do you want to see on the Think and Grow events Group?

At 10:28am on February 2, 2013, GARY LEAGUE said…

O would like to add that www.penzu.com  might be a good online option. The very basic is free

At 1:08pm on January 5, 2013,
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Joel Boggess

Hi Gary,

So glad you've joined up in the Finding your Voice group. 

The best way to learn how the group works is to get involved in the discussion. We have an exciting one going on right now. We are encouraging and holding each other accountable in journaling our "successes" and "safety steps". Just like life - no lurkers, only participants. 

They'll be an option for you to join the group if you haven't already. You'll probably find that option at the top middle or right hand side of the page once you get there.

See you in the discussion.

At 11:28am on January 22, 2011, Erin Casey said…

Hi Gary,


Just wanted to welcome you to the Write it Forward group. Let us know how we can support you!



Erin Casey


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