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Jon Dale
New York City and Woodland Park, CO
Interests: hiking, kayaking, reading grisham novels, talking about: the heart, the bigger story and the role you have to play. i love leading people on adventures and helping them discover their place in the world.
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Vickie, that's so good...absolutely share your art with the world!
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2013 on This might not work at SAMBA Blog
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Kevin and Teri...super proud of you. Amy and I have been seeing a marriage counselor for the last 3 months...it's been great. Like you guys...our marriage is solid...we just want it be all that it can be.
Toggle Commented Sep 26, 2011 on Marital Fitness at Stumbling Around in The Light
Agreed. In fact Id take it a step further and say if there are duplicates that add weight or klout to that post and show it to me closer to the top of the feed (or just give me a +5 next to it so I know there are other recommending the same thing). Theres still plenty of room for someone to develop a standalone tool that does this (or even just creates an RSS feed with the content that I can put in anything else). Come on developers...were offering you gold here :) Thanks, Jon
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It seems the other opportunity to clearly differentiate yourself is in customer service and customer engagement. Do people love doug business with you? Jon Co-Founder Chief Happiness Officer Moolala
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Thanks Austin. I like Cultural Artifact, I may start using that. Free Prize is of course, Seth Godins term. Thanks for reading and commenting. Jon
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Christine, I wish I could. However Im sworn to secrecy. Keep an eye on your inbox for exciting updates soon. Thanks, Jon
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2011 on The new capital at Jon Dale
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Okay, I admit it. My brain works differently than most women or maybe I should say most people. But, something I have real difficulty understanding is the desire to be busy. It seems that 95% of the American women I meet are so over-committed that going out for coffee is... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2011 at Think Like Yoda
Shawn, You made my day! Thanks. Jon Sent from my iPhone
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2011 on The new capital at Jon Dale
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Great questions. Check out the Moolala FAQs here: http://support.moolala.com/forums/314371-frequently-asked-questions Thanks for reading and commenting, Jon
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2011 on The new capital at Jon Dale
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Thanks Kyle. This is fun adventure. I love that everyone we work with wins with this. Jon Sent from my iPhone
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2011 on The new capital at Jon Dale
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Aaron, Im glad you enjoyed Phils book. Its definitely one of my favorites. Thanks for reading and commenting. Jon
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Eli, If you use the system Im suggesting here then you just need to find twitter users who are in your space. Id especially look for twitter users who have created lists for the industry that youre interested in. Also, Mashable has created a list of lists that may be helpful: http://mashable.com/twitterlists/ Hope that helps, Jon
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Good words to live by Thanks,
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2010 on Execution at Jon Dale
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Jake, Thats a really good point. Thanks for commenting. Jon
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2010 on Surplus at Jon Dale
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Thanks Angel. It sounds like you have a great system thats working really well for you. Keep it up.
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Mike, We use basecamp for all our project management. You should give it a try. Thanks for reading and commenting! Jon
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2010 on Your deadline or mine? at Jon Dale
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ROFL...Nope, Monday of next week :-) Jon
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2010 on Your deadline or mine? at Jon Dale
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James, Thats a really good point. Id probably look at it this way. Creating things that produce residual income is an inherently entrepreneurial activity. But its one that many freelancers can and should take advantage of. I think Seth is primarily a freelancer (professional speaker) but I think hed also admit to having some entrepreneurial tendancies (squidoo). Thanks for reading and commenting, Jon
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2010 on Entrepreneur or freelancer? at Jon Dale
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Randy, Id love to subscribe to your sources list. Is it public? Thanks, Jon
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Hey Paul, Thanks for reading and commenting. I dont have the problem youre describing because at any given time I can just grab the most recent links. Theres no getting behind. I just jump in and out of this stack whenever I want to. Jon
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ROFL - Thanks!
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Clay, I remember that time well. Enjoy it while you can :-). As long as you keep the number of blogs in reader low its going to work fine for you. I found that when the number of feeds I had subscribed to exceeded 50 (and some of those were very active blogs) was when it started becoming overwhelming. Jon
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Itching for a gap is a sure sign that you need one :-). Sara, you do amazing work with Keith. Keep it up. Thanks for reading and commenting. Jon
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2010 on Don't mind the gap at Jon Dale
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Awesome Jon! Let us know where things end up. Thanks for sharing!
Toggle Commented Sep 19, 2010 on Don't mind the gap at Jon Dale
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Great point. I agree. Thanks for reading. Jon
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