In this latest episode I talk about Outbox, YouTube’s new OneChannel layouts, introduce the “Thumb of the Day,” and much more! Lots of info PACKED into this half hour!
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Next Monday night BOTH Glendon Cameron & The Redneck Picker will be joining us LIVE on the 25th Episode Celebration of “Trash Talk & Treasures” with Brent & Wally. You are not going to want to miss this special night!
Check out some of the past episodes featuring these great guests/guys! ….
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I did this yesterday and spoke some of my thoughts on whether or not you should be “Full Time or Part Time in the buying/selling business,” and what that even means. Also talked about Best Buy closing down stores, and some other things regarding my business and whatnot.
I want to randomly throw one together from time to time. Another fun little side project for 2013. More to come.
Hope you are all having an amazing day!
“Facts about Warren Buffet
1) Warren bought his first share at age 11
and he now regrets that he started too late!
2) He bought a small farm at age 14 with
savings from delivering newspapers.
3) He still lives in the same small 3
bedroom house in mid-town Omaha, that
he bought after he got married 50 years
ago. He says that he has everything he
needs in that house.
4) He drives his own car everywhere and
does not have a driver or security people
5) He never travels by private jet, although
he owns the world’s largest private jet
6) His company, Berkshire Hathaway,
owns 63 companies. He writes only one
letter each year to the CEOs of these
companies, giving them goals for the year.
He never holds meetings or calls them on a
7) Warren Buffet has given his CEO’s only
Rule number 1: Do not lose any of your
share holder’s money.
Rule number 2: Do not forget rule number
8) He does not socialize with the high
society crowd. His past time after he gets
home is to make himself some pop corn
and watch television.
9) Bill Gates, the world’s richest man met
him for the first time only 5 years ago. Bill
Gates did not think he had anything in
common with Warren Buffet. So he had
scheduled his meeting only for half hour.
But when Gates met him, the meeting
lasted for ten hours and Bill Gates became
a devotee of Warren Buffet.
10) Warren Buffet does not carry a cell
phone, nor has a computer on his desk.
11) His advice to young people: Stay away
from credit cards and invest in yourself.
12) He has donated $31 billion (85% of his
fortune) to charity.”
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If you watched the videos you NOW know, we’ll have some EXTRA SPECIAL GUESTS tomorrow, 2/4, on “Trash Talk & Treasures” as well!
My good buddy Will (YouTube user Terminal99) returns to “Trash Talk & Treasures” THIS COMING MONDAY NIGHT! This is his record THIRD solo appearance on the show! Check out his past two appearances!
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Sometimes in life we get caught up. Caught up in something fun, in something which gets us exposure on a variety of levels, or even just simply caught up in life’s daily happenings. It takes true skill to be able to take the time to sit back, and really see what is going on in a grander scale, which is extremely crucial to your overall success.
The first point I want to make in today’s blog, is no matter WHAT you are doing business-wise, you need to remember to follow the money. As you get into different avenues, whether retail-related, sources of advertising revenues, or whatever the case, you truly need to closely track them and see what is working, and what isn’t. It’s very easy to be stubborn and stick with something because you ENJOY doing it, and not necessarily because it is making money. What is the point of putting your full effort into something if you’re not cashing in on it, or at least working towards the goals of cashing in on it?
I am not afraid to fail, which is the main reason which I constantly try new things. It’s my strong opinion that most people are scared to death to fail, which is why they will never truly succeed.
Another big thing on my mind today are “haters” and “trolls,” which show up in a variety of places such as YouTube, Facebook comments, ALL over Social Media and the Internet. It’s an absolute waste of time and it’s honestly funny to me how someone can spend the time bashing someone else’s success/project or whatever the case, and they don’t realize that they themselves are getting NOTHING accomplished in the meanwhile.
Is it alright for someone to bash someone else in an attempt to gain their audience or grow their own brand? In my opinion absolutely not, and it’s not a practice I would ever be a part of, but the World is filled with those who do that exact same thing. My best advice to give you all right now is just simply continue to be yourself, continue to put out content that YOU are proud of, and constantly grow. Don’t be afraid to try new things and fail. Don’t worry about what the “haters” are saying. Simply wake up each and every day and try your best to reach your dreams, without becoming a negative force which eats at others who have achieved some of the success you desire.
If only the World were this simple…
I am in a good mood right now, for those wondering, just a lot on my plate right now and dealing with some childish antics, but I feel that I’m above giving any other response other than this little opinion-filled blog post. Hope you were able to grab something useful out of it!
Enjoy your day, reach for your dreams, and hopefully you get THAT much closer to grabbing them. Don’t stress any negative doubters, haters, or ANY of the above! Never forget that the only person who knows where you are going, or has any of idea of where you may be going, is YOU.
If you’re into Antiques, Picking, Flea Markets, Yard Sales, Auctions, or any such thing, make sure you check out The Redneck Picker! You can catch him on YouTube, and his main website, TheRedneckPicker.com. He shares many things from his personal business ventures, as well as provides many informative videos for eBay “newbies” as well as veterans alike. Check him out!