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I’m sorry readers…don’t feel misled, these are business blogs! It all depends on how you view them. Before you can entertain the act of owning and running a business, you must understand what the business is, what it means to you, but more importantly, who are you and what’s your purpose??

It is the Law Of Dharma, which is the 7th Law in The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success by Deepak Chopra, that defines who you are and your purpose. Everyone has purpose in life. They have a special God given talent to share with others. When we hone in and share this talent others, we begin to feel a sense of self fulfillment and it allows us to continue to do our jobs well and in the same process, expand our businesses and thoughts.

The Seven Spiritual laws Of Success has changed my way of thinking. I remember my early years interning for Russell and apprenticing for Rev Run, it was mandatory to read this book and write a report. At first I almost laughed because I didn’t even like to write reports for school. But, I humbled myself and did what I was told. To my surprise, while I was reading I was learning and while I was writing I was learning. If I didn’t humble myself I would’ve missed out on this opportunity I have now.

So what am I saying? I’m saying, every now and again I will deliver boring A – Z business blogs and use the “Keep It Simple Stupid” (KISS) Principle –  states that design simplicity should be a key goal and unnecessary complexity avoided.

But most of the time I will divert to the metaphorically speaking, Mr. Miyagi flow,  and remind the readers to “sand the floor” or “paint the fence”  not realizing that they’ve known karate all along!

And to my roughnecks, from the mighty words of Lauryn Hill, “And even after all my logic and my theory, I add a muthaf**ker, so you ignint n*ggaz here me.”

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Its just opinion or advice, not law. I’m just here to provoke thought.


-Rasheed Young