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» 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job An Entrepreneur's Life

» 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job An Entrepreneur's Life | Innovation & Change | Scoop.it

I was recently reading Steve Pavlina’s: 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job and noticed that this guy knows what the hell he’s talking about. For this, I feel that it’s very important that I share his article with you just in case you might think like I used to. I too believed that security came with working that “9-5″ and hustling my ass off hoping for a minuscule raise. Sounds familiar right?

 

When I decided to start Circle One Communications, LLC in January 2008 I knew I was taking on a major risk. I also knew that most people wouldn’t understand. Steve along with other successful online marketers seemed to be the only people who understood my downright disdain for being a sheep in a work force that taxed the employee for the benefit of corporate profits. I can relate to the employee mentality for maintaining stability but at the same time…

 

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Operation Zero Inbox

Operation Zero Inbox | Innovation & Change | Scoop.it

I’m hearing more and more about companies that are starting to institute a zero email policy. For many types of businesses, email really doesn’t have a place. In my case, it’s the primary way that we communicate with prospects, clients and customers. Email marketing services is also one of the primary areas I do business in. There’s no getting away from it.


For the past 15 years, my incoming email load has been 2,000+ emails per day. Several years ago, it had actually peaked at around 10,000 emails per day. This year, I am running around 3,000-3,500 emails on a typical day.


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