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There are people in the world who are "early adopters." You know, the people who seem to get the latest and greatest stuff to make their lives easier? Only, most of the time, when it is the "latest" it is sometimes very far from being the "greatest."
You with me so far? Do you have a picture of "that person" in mind? I used to be "that person" for a lot of things; over the past few years, that has changed pretty drastically and for many reasons.
Today, "The Gear" I get has to solve a problem for a very specific use case AND provide way more value than the cost. The use case must be real (as an ex-early-adopter I am king of coming up with imagined use cases heh).
This category of the blog will focus on "The Gear" I use, why I use it, how often I use it, and recommendations for you to use it -- or not.
It's not always about having the latest and greatest stuff / technology / "The Gear".
Before I start sharing my thoughts with you on this, what is some of "The Gear" you cannot live without, and why?
Please share in the comments below and thank you!
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OK... I am not sure anyone is reading this (ping me out on Twitter or LinkedIn and let me know!).
As an entrepreneur [person] I've learned that one of the main reasons for success is to surround myself with people who... hmmm... help me... no... are there when I need advice... no... are there to agree with me... no... are smarter than me... yep... are there when I need to bounce ideas around... maybe... can slap me upside the head when I need it... maybe... have lived a bit... yep... are not all like me... yep... can challenge me to step it up... yep.. are good listeners and know when to speak up... yep...
Hmm. The "no" above might be "not quite."
Do you get where I am going with this?
Friends? Colleagues? Mentors? Competitors?
When I talk (and write) about "The Team"... you can learn more about that group of people for me at www.michaelvizdos.com/team.
I'll use some of this blog space to write about my experiences and conversations with The Team here.
Who is on YOUR team (and WHY)?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.