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07
NOV
2013

How To Attract A Flood of Your Ideal Customers In The Next 60 Days

How Money Is – And Isn’t – Made In Business By Dan S. Kennedy “Nothing Happens ‘Til Somebody Sells Something” I mentioned inside, that one of the people who visited with me at a recent book signing, Tripp Braden, does some work with Warren Buffett, and a lot of...
03
SEP
2013

The Renegade Millionaire Way: Oh The Dreadful Banality Of It All

By: Dan S. Kennedy “When someone is successful, there is always a feeling they were lucky. Luck plays a part, sure, but you must have iron discipline and energy and hunger and desire” – Faye Dunaway WELL, THIS WILL BE DISAPPOINTING. Geez, another one. You may or...
15
FEB
2013

The Renegade Millionaire Way: Can You Handle The Truth?

Can You Handle The Truth? Will You Tell The Truth? By:  Dan S. Kennedy We are very, very sloppy with language. Consider the word “can’t”. People use it often, casually, and, mostly, inaccurately. As in: I just can’t seem to lose weight. Actually, barring a genuine medical...
18
DEC
2012

The Renegade Millionaire Way: Which Gets Read More – Ads Or Articles?

Which Gets Read More – Ads Or Articles? By:  Dan S. Kennedy The ‘Advertorial’, The Challenge Of Maximum Readership Reconsidered The knee-jerk answer is: articles. And the argument for the “advertorial” i.e. an ad made to look like editorial material is that it is obvious; people...
25
SEP
2012

The Renegade Millionaire Way: Oh The Dreadful Banality Of It All

By:  Dan S. Kennedy  “When someone is successful, there is always a feeling they were lucky. Luck plays a part, sure, but you must have iron discipline and energy and hunger and desire” – Faye Dunaway WELL, THIS WILL BE DISAPPOINTING.  Geez, another one.  You...
30
AUG
2012

The Renegade Millionaire Way: Leading The Pack Even When You're Out-Ranked and Out-Gunned

Leading the Pack Even When You’re Out-Ranked and Out-Gunned By: Dan S. Kennedy “Leadership depends more upon the man than the rank.” – Harold Geneen For good or bad, I consider myself fortunate to have missed the Vietnam experience. But I’ve talked to enough vets to know...