Not so long ago a client asked me if Leonardo DiCaprio was living on the corner of 85th and Central Park West, when I said it was pretty unlikely since there wasn’t a constant frenzy of pre-teens screaming or paparazzi snapping photos in front of the building. Still my client (or as he said, his girlfriend wanted to know) that Leo might be living in what is now known as the Central Park West castle. Undaunted by my opinion or facts he said that he couldn’t wait to see him walking around the neighborhood, undoubtedly grabbing a knish at Artie’s deli or scoring a slice at Pizza Pete’s. So my quest began to find out who purchased the 7900 SqFt behemoth.
I don’t work for money medication gabapentin. I work to find ways to solve problems better and more efficiently, which adds value. Then I make a system which performs this task automatically. These systems, collectively, become an asset. And assets attract money in exchange for the problems they solve. The money is just energy, really. Value stored in an imperfect form. People will trade it (and spend time, energy and attention to chase it) because your solution is valuable. Let others chase money. I will build assets that attract it. You should too. It’s a better, more satisfying way to live. You get to solve people’s problems, and become more free and able to do more good in the process. You might even change the world. But nothing happens if you chase, only if you attract.
-From a friend on Facebook.
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There was a good article on the basics of disrupting an industry, it comes from a book here. So much has been made of the Uber’s/Lyft’s of the right now. But disruption is not new, it’s just a new buzzword for innovation or transformation. When Steve Jobs brought down record companies nobody called it disruption, he transformed the music industry from it’s entrenched ways and dragged it to the 21st century. Of course you can say he disrupted that and other industries and it would probably fit his style more. The word itself is more iconic now because it brings fear to the old way of doing business, it’s a more in your face of way of saying we are going to find a cheaper and streamlined method of doing what you do only better and it most cases use technology.
It’s been a long time coming and now that plans have been solidified and I am embarking on a new path I’ve decided to not to be silent or reclusive anymore and discuss the future. While the past few months have been enlightening and sometimes daunting both of which have delayed this endeavor, I will do my best to record the events which will occur check that.
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