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Your Secret Weapon To Success

Spending countless hours reading business blogs, books, going to seminars, and hearing a TED Talks of one of the brightest minds in the world, they might bring you closer to finding the secret weapon, or what it is. But you’re looking in the wrong place, like looking for love in all the wrong places. The secret weapon has one characteristic that most over look, and that’s the problem, we’re over thinking, over analyzing,. The book Think & Grow Rich is telling you what that characteristic is, the first time you read it, you miss it, you think the secret is still in the book. You read the book again thinking it’s still in there, it just hasn’t shown itself just yet.

The secret weapon is a scarcity, are you ready to learn what it is? It’s something no one in the world has:

IT’S YOU!

Now go show the world your secret weapon.

 

 

Lessons From Fashion's Free Culture – Open & Free!

I love it when I find evidence that Copyright Protection doesn’t generate the same kind of revenue that an Open & Free Business Model does, it puts a smile on my face. No it’s not perfect, but neither is Copyright Protected sectors, they are failing miserably in this new open business model, they are trying to function within it and still can’t figure out what to do. Why? They are trying to use old industrial age thinking on a model that doesn’t require alot of control. Some control yes, but not nearly enough to keep everyone comfortable.

Companies that practice or use the big C (Copyright) are struggling to function in the New Open Marketplace, where FREE is almost impossible to compete with, so don’t compete! There are many, many sectors that do not qualify for Copyright Protection, and they generate more revenues than most with Copyright Protection. Copyright is about one thing and one thing only, control! I’m generalizing of course, but that’s the core motive when you strip all away.

Here is a TED Talk that is very interesting, with much to think about, food for thought.

Johanna Blakely: Lessons from fashion’s free culture.