Entrepreneurial Dissociative Identity Disorder PART TWO: Control Tuesday, Jun 23 2009 

The second installment of my Entrepreneurial DID segment. Here I will discuss the methods and beliefs that allow you to not only understand yourself and your different personalities but to actually make practical changes to control them. It is time to make your Self work for you.

First, decide what you want. Spend time reflecting on your life, goals, priorities, beliefs, etc. Write things down. Build your life on a system of logic based on what YOU want. When you understand this and understand your different personalities, then you can decide who does what. You have to decide what personality you want to run your life.

Let us approach this on a daily basis.


Entrepreneurial Dissociative Identity Disorder Monday, Jun 15 2009 

DID, better known as Split Personality Disorder. The term conjures up thoughts of Law and Order SVU episodes depicting maniac serial killers and the likes. Perhaps from now on when you hear the term you should think of…..


You see, when I spend time reflecting on issues in my life and problems that I face. The biggest, most serious, most difficult to fix problems all stem from the same source. A source that I feel can best be described as Entrepreneurial DID. While it is not exclusive to those who call themselves entrepreneurs, it does seem to be more visible in them than in others. Hence the tag of Entrepreneurial DID.

So what does it mean?

I will use myself as a case study and explore some examples in my life. Warning: I have not figured out everything to know about the different psychological patterns humans face. I only am aware of what I have found to be true from my experience. I offer here what I have discovered that works to control and harness this condition.

ABC: The Life of A Salesman Tuesday, Jun 9 2009 

A response to a comment left on The Habit of Having Habits

Comment: “I’m not trying to sell you anything, your opinion on this opportunity is worth millions too me.”


Hey Danny,

Thanks a lot for your comments. I find the start up phase of any business to be the most exciting. However, it’s also where people make the most costly mistakes I’ve noticed.

I found your comment relevant and exciting except for one part where I am forced to disagree with you. I feel so strongly about it that I am giving it it’s own post.

You said, “I’m not trying to sell you anything”. You’re wrong! You had better be trying to sell me or else you are wasting your time. (more…)

Crash Course Guide to Real Estate Investing Without Money Saturday, Jun 6 2009 

I hope the title catches your eye! That is the point. There is this widely perpetrated myth that, “it takes money to make money”. I have said before that this is false. I stand by that. Dare me to and I will prove it.

Most people think that if you don’t need money in order to get more of it then you are saying that you can get money for nothing. Not the case! I also say that there is no such thing as something for nothing. You need to know that it’s not about money… It’s more about position…