Nice list of entrepreneurial sites from Lifehack.org

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Ladder For those who don’t know, Lifehack.org is a site:

"dedicated to life hacks. Danny O’Brien linked together the words “life” and “hacks” and created a phrase that enable to describe any hacks, tips and tricks that get things done quickly by automating, increase productivity and organizing. This site is built around this theme. It is a frequently updated, to provide news and articles which able you to get things done in a faster pace."

They just put together a list of 20 Great Resources on Entrepreneurship of which I am honored and delighted to be a part.  There are some that you will be very familiar with such as Guy Kawasaki and Creating Passionate Users, as well as some lesser-known but very valuable resources.  I can’t wait to dig in myself – go check it out to get some info, help, support and inspiration.

(Update a second later – I see that the list originated from the new Listable.com – here is the original attribution, submitted by Aaron Forgue.  Thanks Aaron for submitting the list, and for Lifehack for passing it on!  Sorry for not catching that earlier – I must be tired)

3 Responses to “Nice list of entrepreneurial sites from Lifehack.org”

  1. BELewis says:

    I love this article and I will check out the list for even more inspiration as I continue to search for my financial freedom. If you have time, check out http://www.financiallyresponsible.com and let me know what you think.

    Thanks for all you do,

    BELewis

  2. Keith Handy says:

    You have “.com” in the subject and “.org” in the first line of text… by the time anyone else sees this comment I’m sure they won’t know what I’m talking about. 🙂

    ——

    Hi Keith!

    Egads, you are right – I just fixed it!

    I was really tired when I wrote it – maybe I should consider more sleep!

    Thanks so much, and may you have a fun and typo-free day!

    -Pam

  3. John Dodds says:

    A-list inevitability!!

    _____

    Very funny!

    I will always be a Z lister at heart, no matter what the rankings.

    Long live the land of the misfit toys!

    🙂
    -Pam

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