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Bold Book Interview on GPS with Fareed Zakaria - YouTube

Discussion of BOLD: How To Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World with authors Kotler & Diamandis. Yes that is my noisy cat Lucian screaming how much he ...
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Get HIRED Or BOUGHT By Warren Buffett Tips To Practice TODAY

Get HIRED Or BOUGHT By Warren Buffett Tips To Practice TODAY | Startup Revolution | Scoop.it

Getting hired or bought by Warren Buffett would be cool. This Haiku Deck includes tips inspired by Buffett's interview process so YOU get HIRED or BOUGHT by the Oracle of Omaha.

5 Tips Inspired By Buffett's Interview Process
* Solve puzzles & challenge yourself daily. DO SOMETHING NEW today.
* Achieve a Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG).
* Develop PATIENCE (take a lickin' keep on tickin').
* VIDEO yourself CONSTANTLY.
* LISTEN Better and have loved one GRADE you.

Also tossed in the 5 rules of improv (mostly because I love 'em). Do these things, practice these these ideas and you will be ready when the Oracle calls.

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Lessons In Love From Starbucks CEO [VIDEO]

Lessons In Love From Starbucks CEO [VIDEO] | Startup Revolution | Scoop.it
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Turning Around Starbucks & Startup Lessons
Starbucks lost its way. The company was hemoraging and their founder brought it back. This clip is from an awesome hour long video iterview with Howard Schultz chock full of great startup lessons such as:

* Share Everything.
* Be transparent, passionate and real.
* Love is the killer app.
* When you share you are VULNERABLE.

* Vulnerable feels bad but is good (and healthy).

* Greatness comes from facing hard things and creating plans.
* Vision isn't a small thing.
* Don't try to change people, surround yourself with believers.

* You can't FAKE love over time.
* When in doubt, keep turning the crank.

That last tip is from Martin's Ride To Cure Cancer, our 3,300 mile bicycle ride across America in the summer of 2010. Riding across America on a bicycle was the hardest adn best thing I've ever done. The key was plain and simple early - keep turning the crank (pedals).

I wrote about my personal vulnerability (having the Big C) on Google Plus:

https://plus.google.com/u/0/102639884404823294558/posts/Hx96PZRDe9i

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Kristine Putt's comment, August 10, 2013 4:24 PM
Is Starbucks in contradiction with "Love is the killer app" by advocating "Bring your gun to Starbucks day?" Does this move pose the question of brand integrity? What do they stand for, love or packing heat? To me, these seem to be conflicting brand personalities. http://mashable.com/2013/08/09/bring-your-gun-starbucks/
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, August 10, 2013 6:15 PM
My read on the guns at Starbucks is NOT that it is a brand event as much as a brand kidnapping by gun advocates. I don't see guns as consistent with Schultz stands on other issues and the over (what they stand to gain) is so tiny compared to the under (what they stand to lose) it feels like a brand kidnap more than anything Starbucks is behind. If Starbucks is saying Starbucks = support for guns then I stand corrected and your read is correct (DAMAGE). It just felt like a kidnap to me on reading the piece and any brand can be kidnapped at any time by anyone. Most strong brands, and I would put Starbucks in this group, bounce back since the overall truth wins out in the end (despite the kidnap).
Kristine Putt's comment, August 10, 2013 7:06 PM
Yes, you're right. It does sound like a brand "kidnapping." Although, in an effort to protect its own reputation, I'm kind of thinking that it would be wise for Starbucks to "just say no" to this group - meaning, anyone coming in with a gun strapped to their sides would be 86'd. Imagine if something really terrible happened as a result of this "kidnapping" and Starbucks as faced with an upward battle to repair their brand reputation, all of which could have been easily avoided by simply not catering to the gun group. Not being negative, just looking at the possible outcome and weighing the risks. If it were my brand? No way, not a risk worth taking. Having said all this, absolutely love the original philosophy Starbucks was built on! I believe more brands are learning to embrace an empathic business platform. I hope so anyway :)
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The New E-commerce Must Tell Stories - Paper.li Interview w/ @Scenttrail

The New E-commerce Must Tell Stories - Paper.li Interview w/ @Scenttrail | Startup Revolution | Scoop.it
Two years ago, we published a two-part post on social media marketing safety with Internet marketer, curator, cancer survivor, entrepreneur and Friend of Paper.li, Marty Smith.

Well, guess what? Marty is back. And this time, he will share his journey and thoughts on entrepreneurship, e-commerce, social media and how his battle against cancer has shaped his thinking.
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Startups, Crowdfunding, Content & Curing Cancer Podcast Interview with @Curagami Founder Marty Smith

Startups, Crowdfunding, Content & Curing Cancer Podcast Interview with @Curagami Founder Marty Smith | Startup Revolution | Scoop.it

Martin (Marty) Smith talks to Get Social Health about the radical change in his life when he heard the words cancer and his name in the same sentence. Here is what Marty's done since his cancer diagnosis:


* Rode a bicycle across America (Martin's Ride To Cure Cancer).

* Founded CureCancerStarter.org one of first crowdfunding cancer research platforms.

* Founded Curagami, marketing tools to help content marketers and online merchants create community.

* Founded Tech Cures Cancer Fund at UNC Lineberger Cancer Center.

Wide ranging interview with  an entrepreneur and cancer survivor whose life is dedicate to helping and giving back.

Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

I'm blessed with amazing friends who help, help and hep some more. Marty

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A Wonderful Men's Health Month Hangout Friday LIVE With Mark Traphagen and Marty Smith

A Wonderful Men's Health Month Hangout Friday LIVE With Mark Traphagen and Marty Smith | Startup Revolution | Scoop.it
We've got a wonderful Men's Health Month Hangout this Friday with +Mark Traphagen and +Martin W. Smith speaking about their experience with cancer. Mark…
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Looking forward to discussing my startup - CureCancerStarter.org (http://www.curecancerstarter.org) and #curingcancer with my friend Mark Traphagen and BuzzWire's Todd Hartley. 


A dedicsated team is creating the first crowdfunding platform created by a cancer survivor (me) dedicated to cancer research, cancer patients, their friends and families.

Friday 11:00 EST (7:00 PST)

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