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Stop Saying You’re Grateful

Published on November 24, 2011 By Jared Silver

Do me a favor. Do the world a favor. Stop saying that you’re grateful. That’s easy to do. Stop saying it; start demonstrating it. Saying that you’re grateful is easy. It requires no work. No pressure. No change. Showing that you’re grateful is difficult. It’s putting yourself out there. Doing work that matters. Changing the [...]

The Art of Discipline – Getting Things Done

Published on August 1, 2011 By Jared Silver

In the web 2.0 world of instant notifications, it’s very easy to get caught up in a new conversation on Skype, or Facebook, or Twitter, or any other medium for communication, and then completely forget what it was we were working on just minutes earlier. Distractions A term now commonly used online is shiny object [...]

Infinite Knowledge – Infinite Capability

Published on June 14, 2011 By Jared Silver

Often times, I find myself reflecting on and analyzing a situation, and my thinking comes back to specific concepts I learned from famous poems, speeches, and other forms of literature or media. In today’s modern day and age, we live in something that is commonly referred to as the Information Era. This refers to the [...]

Market Like a Muscle

Published on April 10, 2011 By Jared Silver

How does one become stronger? In the physical sense, one becomes stronger by working themselves to the brink, by pushing themselves, by doing things that they wouldn’t normally be willing to do. When you exercise and get that burning sensation, what you are actually doing is working yourself to the point that your muscles begin [...]

Just A Few Months Ago…

Published on January 27, 2011 By Jared Silver

Look where I was! Look what I was doing! And now, look where I am. I’m proof that anyone can make it in this online world. I came into this industry as a little 13-year-old boy with barely any knowledge. So, I researched, and I learned. I read books, and I learned. I watched training [...]