Even if we’re working hard to become better entrepreneurs or employees, we need to work as equally hard, or more so, in communicating who we are, what we do, and how we can help. We need to learn how to write better, even if it’s a simple email. We need to become better teachers, so we can build audiences of our own.

That way, when the time is right, opportunity will know our name.

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It’s not your job to bear witness to the hate of every idiot who managed to sign up for a Twitter account. It’s certainly not your job to respond to them and correct them. Focus your intentions on things that can actually bring about change, focus your intentions on seeking to understand and empathize rather than shouting someone down in 140 characters. 
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‘Life’s A Gas’ by T. RexFuzz bass addiction is REAL, folks.

‘Life’s A Gas’ by T. Rex
Fuzz bass addiction is REAL, folks.

Do you have time?

amonaaron:

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

Before metal. *camera pans right* After metal.

amonaaron:

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

Before metal. *camera pans right* After metal.

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Ian McCulloch (Echo and the Bunnymen): “All my other mates at school would say, ‘Did you see that bloke on Top Of The Pops?’ He’s a right faggot, him!’ And I remember thinking, ‘You pillocks’…It made me feel cooler.” (via BBC - Seven Ages of Rock - Events - Bowie performs ‘Starman’ on TOTP)

Ian McCulloch (Echo and the Bunnymen): “All my other mates at school would say, ‘Did you see that bloke on Top Of The Pops?’ He’s a right faggot, him!’ And I remember thinking, ‘You pillocks’…It made me feel cooler.” (via BBC - Seven Ages of Rock - Events - Bowie performs ‘Starman’ on TOTP)

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