1. Bizness (Aug. 23rd, 2008)

Every great biznessman thinks he knows where he is going until he gets there…

 

2. Haircuts (Aug. 23rd, 2008)

“You’re only as good as your last haircut.”

 

3. Zen (Aug. 23rd, 2008)

Cherish (even the mistakes) the past, live the present, prepare the future.

 

4. Low-Hanging Fruit (March 27th, 2008)

Low-hanging fruit is low hanging because it’s rotten; why do business people go after low hanging fruit. That’s a rotten business strategy…

 

5. Chaos (Nov. 20th, 2007)

Great businessmen seem to have the ability to make chaos into structure, or at least ostensibly so.

 

6. Venture Capitals (Nov. 18th, 2007)

It seems the best VCs have mastered the at of meddling in other people’s affairs.

 

7. Salary (Nov. 11th, 2007)

Everyone gets a base; the rest is just a bonus.

 

8. Startups (Nov. 11th, 2007)

Startups are 50% hard work, 50% intelligence, but most of it is just luck.

 

9. Time (Nov. 11th, 2007)

Time moves too fast when you are not paying attention.

 

10. Pain (March 24th, 2007)

Pain goes away when it stops.

 

11. Why Hard Work Never Stops (March 20th, 2007)

The harder I work, the more ideas I get; the more ideas I get, the more energy I have; the more energy I have, the harder I work. It is a virtuous cycle.

 

12. Life (March 20th, 2007)

All you can ask for is a job you like, good food, and some good lovin; and then, everything else is a bonus, even the wine.

 

13.What You Do (March 20th, 2007)

It is not important what you accomplish today, but rather what continues and blossoms after you are gone.

 

14. Winning (Jan. 11th, 2007)

Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it rains.

 

15. Invaluable Experience (Nov. 26th, 2006)

Invaluable experiences is a nice way of saying too bad you failed.

 

16. Potential (Nov. 26th, 2006)

Potential means it ain’t worth sh** yet.

 

17. Defining Success (Nov. 20th, 2006)

Success should not be defined by how much $$ you make but by the difference on society that you make.

In America, unfortunately, those who impart a great influence on our society, such as teachers, are highly unaccounted for.

 

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