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THIS WEEK'S GOLD:
- Everything I've Done in My Career Has Terrified Me by Aasif Mandvi is such an interesting piece. I really liked how he talked about firing "the voices of treason" in his head. He's also very humble in saying how his success has come because he's stood on the "shoulders of many people who took a chance on me."
- I've always been attracted to grit. We all are, right? I love watching stories of people persevering through seemingly insurmountable obstacles to achieve success. But it's so much easier said than done. I love how Kristin Kaufman's post, True Grit, hammers home how important grit is for success. Let's be gritty people.
- There are plenty of gift-giving occasions coming up (Mother's Day, Father's Day, graduations) that present great opportunities to sell your products as gifts. It will help to plan How To Make Your Products More Giftable (by Taylor Combs).
- Catherine at Sooner NOT Later shared Theodore Roosevelt's words and Justing Timberlake's Innovator Award speech. Highlight: "Being different meant you could actually make a difference." - JT. Uh, so good. Just watch it.