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Dec 26, 2018
Hi All,
I just bought TMF yesterday and today I am half through the book. This book certainly came to me at the right time. I have been in software development working 9 to 5, making good money and got sick and tired of it. Money wasn't the issue, freedom was. About a year ago I decided to try something completely new and founded my own educational organization. Not software development related. It picked up fast and now known worldwide. I am organizing huge educational events with famous speakers, traveling the world speaking at the conferences myself, have a team of volunteers working for my organization. Though it feels like I'm missing an important piece that stops my organization from moving forward. Hope to find some answers here. Really appreciate any help I can get.
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Oct 2, 2012
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Congrats on taking the leap and succeeding at it. Start a progress thread and I'm sure people will be able to help.


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