May 27, 2012- Do Less. Not More. Focus on your To Don’t List.

Great Links:

1.)    One of the most important lessons I have learned in life is to under-promise and over-deliver. The Facebook IPO managed to over-promise and horribly under-deliver at every step.  Wall Street sheared the sheep just as they always have, how long will they keep coming back for more? (Sheared, Robert Sinn)

2.)    New lower lows below last week’s support, and it would appear as though more time will be necessary before the next attempt to penetrate through that overhead supply. But I think that with 3 tests already, a 4th and maybe a 5th will come soon. Typically one of these two will is successful. And eventually that resistance in the mid-90s will become support at a future time.  This is the sort of stair-step action that we typically see in a bull market. (Triple Tops Don’t Exist, JC Parets)

3.)    It’ll be big because the next big sell off could very possibly be the end of the stock market game for millions of investors in America and around the world. Why do I like this? Read on. ( The Next Flush May Be a Generational Bottom, Chicago Sean

4.)    When you’re a top performer. When you bring more to the table than everyone you know. When you have a better attitude and more curiosity and more drive and determination to succeed and excel and thrive and prosper and grow…you don’t know the word recession. (The SalesWhisperer)

5.)    Fail. Fail often and fail cheaply. This is the very best gift the web has given to people who want to bootstrap their way into a new business. (Seth Godin)

6.)    If you’re not getting paid what you’re worth, there are only two possible reasons:
1. People don’t know what you’re worth, or
2. You’re not (currently) worth as much as you believe  (Seth Godin, on Pricing Power)

7.)    Do Less. Not More.  The To Don’t List!  (The Next Web, A To Don’t List)

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