BI 022: Be A Sponge

Who’s this week’s listener of the week? He’s been teaching us the ABC’s of success. Visit where he’s making sense of money.

When I was younger, I refused to read and learn new things. I was partly lazy, thought I knew it all, and didn’t like to change my routines. Bad Buck! Since I’m trying to make each day better than the day before, how can I not learn new things?

Srinivas Rao from Blogcast FM has an awesome interview with Chris Guillebeau. He shares his story and even gives tactical advice on how to improve your own blog.

Jaime Tardy at The Eventual Millionaire showcases her video interview with Kane Minkus. How cool is it when our hero goes from homeless (friend’s couch) to industry rockstar?

Thanks to Barbara Friedberg for hosting The Psychology of Wealth giveaway. Charles Richards has a very interesting take on the psychological makeup of what it takes to succeed. I am incorporating these concepts as we speak. Success and wealth, here I come!

What are you currently into that’s sponge worthy?

Stay Inspired!

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12 Responses

  1. krantcents says:

    Thanks for not only the links, but mentioning me on your podcast! Soak up everything you can because you never know when you will need it.

  2. Arlee Bird says:

    Good for you for being so inquisitive and ready to learn now.

    I’ve always been curious and interested in learning things. Not always interested in practical things, but I gathered a lot of various knowledge. This probably accounts for my eclectic blog interests.

    Tossing It Out

  3. Srinivas says:

    Thanks for the shout out my friend. It doesn’t hurt when you have an awesome interview subject like Chris Guillebeau.


    • Buck Inspire says:

      You’re welcome and keep up the good work Srini! Good point about awesome interview subjects. Will keep this in mind if I ever get into interviewing!

  4. Jaime says:

    Thank you! I was so surprised by Kane’s story- it was amazing! Thank you for the shout out 🙂

  5. Hi Buck, Thanks for mentioning the book giveaway. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did:)

  6. Buck, where’d you grow up mate? I’m usually good with voices b/c I lived all over for 14 years, but can’t figure yours out! 🙂

    • Buck Inspire says:

      Don’t beat yourself up over it either. My accent has thrown many people off over the years. I’ll fill you in offline. I work on my accent so it adds to my mystique. 🙂

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