Powerful Posts – March 3rd, 2007

Powerful Posts of the Week

I love reading my fellow blogger’s blogs and would like to show the appreciation for their well-written and insightful work. This is the 2nd weekly set of links for what I will now call my “Powerful Posts” series.

Baron VC – Is Google Destroying Our Minds?

Career Ramblings – Weekend Quotes #4
– My favorite quote from the bunch: “There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.”

Daily Domainer – Registering Valuable Domains for Resale Profits

King Nomar – Huge Chaos at Registerfly

Ryan Parker – Two Books Every Blogger Should Read

Zane Jamal – Outsiders view on Apple marketing

Andreas Bard – The power of online communities

Take More Risks – Creating a New Website Vs Buying An Old One

Net Business Blog – The Secret to Utilizing All Social Media Sites

The Outboard Brain of a Geek – Blogging Privacy – To Write or Not To Write?

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Thanks everyone for the great write-ups!

In closing, I have come to the realization this week that success is never achieved instantly or without a great deal of effort.

If you want to be successful in what you do, you must, enjoy the journey, stay unbelievably dedicated, and most of all, be prepared to fail one thousand times before you succeed. They say those who succeed are those who fail the most.

Jay-Z has a great line from his song Blueprint 2: “But I will not lose, for even in defeat / There’s a valuable lesson learned, so it evens it up for me.”

6 thoughts on “Powerful Posts – March 3rd, 2007”

  1. Thanks for including me in the list!

    I love when bloggers do this because it helps me find blogs I wouldn’t otherwise normally visit.

  2. Thanks Nate. That’s probably my favorite quote from the bunch as well. I can’t agree with you more. With what we all are trying to do with our individual blogs, being unbelievably dedicated is one of the biggest keys we will have to turn.

  3. Thank you for including my link and post I appreciate it.
    You have a great bllog my friend I have been reading it for a while and will come back for more for sure.

    // Andreas Bard

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