Tag Archives: vulnerability

How I Won a Trip to San Francisco to Meet Chip Conley

January 19th, around 7:30 am (EST), I woke up like any other day. Still half asleep trying to get my brain functioning, I pulled out my cell phone and opened Twitter. Scrolling the recent tweets, I stumbled upon Tim Ferriss’s tweet mentioning a new blog post. Intrigued by the title, I clicked and began reading.

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The Solution is Vulnerability?

Over sometime now, I started questioning why people are successful–I was looking more than the usual “they worked hard” answer.   Now successful is vague, but in any endeavor–relationships, health, business, religion, etc– I think we can say there are people who are successful, who stand out and become examples for the masses. My question rephrased, what is […]

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