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The Strangest Secret
I must have heard my great friend, Dan Miller, talk about The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale at least 30 to 40 times before actually searching out this resource for myself. I'm so glad that I did! When I first heard it, I do recall telling myself that I wanted to actually go through and listen to this at a minimum of once a year, if not more often than that.

The Strangest Secret was originally released as an audio production (78 RPM Record) in 1956. Without any advertising or formal marketing, over a million albums were sold and it became the first (and only) spoken word message to win a Gold Record.

What Is Success?
Earl Nightingale shared a definition of success that I have chosen to adopt myself. He says that “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal. If a man is working towards a predetermined goal and knows where he is going, that man is a success. If he’s not doing that, he’s a failure. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.” [Click Here For Full Show Notes]

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In this episode, Cliff and Andy spend a great deal of time answering Daniel’s request for advice on things he should do “right now,” after giving his two week notice and moving into self employment.

Here are some of the things we suggested:

  • Pray without ceasing.
  • Don’t expect your business to look the same in a few months.
  • Be willing to change!
  • Surround yourself with a group of trusted advisers.
  • Decide what your FOCUS is & STICK TO IT.
  • Don’t get caught up in a circle of bartering
  • Don’t work with desperate people.
  • Listen to The Strangest Secret
  • Hire a CPA
  • Create a budget
  • Ask yourself where do I want to be in 5 years and do something every day that take you that closer to picture of your future self.

John Wilkerson called in some valuable feedback regarding battery backup.

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In this episode of Business Tech Weekly, Cliff and Andy cover the following:

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