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from 1800 days ago

About 7:00 pm last night there was an impatient knock at the door. Standing about four foot above the ground was one of the neighbor kids delivering something to my wife for his mother. I said hello and asked him what he was up to and how the summer was going. He said, “I’m going to go to the Olympics.”

I smiled. He added, “I’m going to talk my Mom into eight years of swimming lessons.”

Move over Micheal Phelps.

One of the things I enjoy about working with small business people is that they haven’t lost that youthful enthusiasm to do something really incredible. Parker doesn’t know how grueling the next eight or nine years could be (he’s only eight or nine years old), but he wants to do something really incredible.

Michael Gerber called it the “Entrepreneurial Seizure”—that desire to step ...


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