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Tyson Hartnett is in the midst of creating his first book about his experiences playing professional basketball overseas, and all the struggles that young athletes may experience. To get updates on the release date and book excerpts, check out HoopDreamsFulfilled.com.

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How to Deal With Office Politics

How to Deal With Office Politics

| March 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Since this is on the Under 30 CEO site, you may be an entrepreneur, or you’re working a full-time job but have visions of your own business on the side.  Since that side business isn’t making you any money right now, you are intelligent enough that you know you have to work an actual job […]

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Why Nobody Gives a f**k What You Do

Why Nobody Gives a f**k What You Do

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

“If you’re not rich by 35, nobody will pity you.” – Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba One thing I’ve noticed during my short stint on this earth is everyone’s priority on their own self-interests.  On the outside, they will appear like they are team players and care about you, but at the end of the […]

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Money Management 101 For 20 Year Olds

Money Management 101 For 20 Year Olds

| October 25, 2013 | 11 Comments

  If there’s one thing all humans are bad at, it’s money management.  If we were as good at budgeting and investing as we were at gossip, the financial problems of the world would be extremely low.  We don’t have that luxury, however. What we do have is a brain.  In that brain, we can […]

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Things Our Parents Told Us In The 90′s That We Must Re-evaluate, Part 2

Things Our Parents Told Us In The 90′s That We Must Re-evaluate, Part 2

| September 24, 2013 | 23 Comments

Here are a few things our parents told us in the 90’s that we must re-evaluate. For the first 4 things our parents told us in the 90s, check out Part 1. 5.      If you’re sick, go to the doctor When I was growing up, the doctor was the professional.  They were where you went when […]

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Things Our Parents Told Us In The 90s That We Must Re-Evaluate, Part 1

Things Our Parents Told Us In The 90s That We Must Re-Evaluate, Part 1

| September 17, 2013 | 30 Comments

They had the best of intentions, they really did. Whoever you grew up with, whether it was your parents, grandparents, or someone else, really aren’t to blame.  They were there to provide you with love, support, and affection because they wanted the best from you. However, they probably weren’t economists. They weren’t visionaries who could […]

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Why I NEED To Stop Comparing Myself To Others

Why I NEED To Stop Comparing Myself To Others

| August 30, 2013 | 14 Comments

I compare myself too often. I compare myself almost every day. Already, I’m comparing this article to articles other people have written, and I’m only 3 sentences in. I’m new to this entrepreneur stuff, but still, why aren’t I as good as them? Why can’t I get an investment?  Why can’t I make 6 figures?  […]

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That Moment When You NEED To Start Your Own Business

That Moment When You NEED To Start Your Own Business

| August 9, 2013 | 27 Comments

“Dude, the margarita mix is only half full!” “What?” “You didn’t fill the margarita mix!  What the hell have you been doing all day??” These wonderful words were provided to me from a young punk who clearly didn’t read Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Leaders.  This illuminating conversation was at the end of a […]

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