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“Building a business is like a million point to do list that takes a lifetime to get through. Every time you start a new one you have to start back at the top.”

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“Cash flow cures all temporary woes.”

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“Cash flow makes you feel wealthier than wealth does.”

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“Champions know the difference between laziness and rest.”

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“Disrespect is a fuel that burns hot and long. If an enemy is foolish to give it to you, use it.”

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“Do more than they do, and you’ll have more than they have.”

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“Doing > Reading

Reading solves the problem of not knowing what to do. If you know what to do, you solve the problem by doing, not reading more.”

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“Don’t accept favors from people you don’t want to owe favors back to. Undeserving hands always cash blank checks for more than the issuer intended.”

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“Don’t ask people to do two things at once.

Instead, ask them to do the first thing, then after they do the first thing, give them a good reason to do the second that makes doing the first seem silly without the second.”

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“Don’t compare your first quarter with someone else’s fourth.”

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“Don’t trust people who shit talk exes: spouses, employers, friends. Because one day, you’ll be their ex, and you already know how they’ll behave.”

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“During my hardest days, I repeated the same phrase to myself: I cannot lose if I do not quit.”

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“Easiest/lowest effort way to raise prices: choose to.”

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“Easy way to break into any marketplace with the best offer: Look at what everyone else is doing, and do it in half the time.”

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“Epic lives require epic sacrifices. Everything has a price.”

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“Even if you could 'outwork anyone' you can’t outwork everyone.”

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“Most people don’t make money because they do the right thing, just never for long enough.”

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“Everyone’s too busy when you haven’t provided them value lately. Everyone can make time if they think they’ll get more from you than someone they’re too busy for.”

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“Everything starts hard, which is why it’s not an acceptable reason to not begin.”

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“Failure leads to learning. Learning leads to success. Success leads to complacency. Complacency leads to failure. It's a cycle, not an end point.”

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“Fastest way to feel better is to change your expectations of reality.”

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“Fear keeps us alive but prevents us from living.”

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“Fear prevents us from dying but keeps us from living.”

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“FOMO is not a good reason to invest in something. In fact, it’s usually the worst.”

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“For happiness, what you think matters more than what other people think. For money, what other people think matters more than what you think.”

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“For the record: I didn’t quit drinking. I quit drinking more than 1-2.

Main reason (not philosophical): I hate shitty sleep more than I enjoy the marginal benefit of being buzzed. I never want to sacrifice tomorrow.”

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“Friendly reminder that in three generations everyone who knew us will be dead.

Including the people whose opinions stopped you from doing what you wanted all along.”

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“Generational wealth is transferred through education not assets.”

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“Give away the secrets, sell the implementation.”

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“Give yourself permission to suck.”

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“Go big.

You either get an epic story or an epic outcome. And when you die, you’ll be happy with either.”

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“Cash is trash. Holding on to it does nothing, it only becomes valuable when you put it to work. Once your money makes money, you are on your way to creating wealth.”

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