10 Lessons from the book Start Something That matters by Blake Mycoskie

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One day, when I own a house, I'll keep a library full of books. Books are different from other possessions-they're more like friends.

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No matter how convenient it is for us to reach out to people remotely, sometimes the most important task is to show up in person.

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You don’t always need to talk with experts; sometimes the consumer, who just might be a friend or acquaintance, is your best consultant.

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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. —MAHATMA GANDHI

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Complicated lives and heaps of possessions don’t necessarily bring happiness; in fact, they can bring the opposite.

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Being comfortable can hurt your creative entrepreneurial spirit.

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Facts are important, but the story matters. Poorly presented facts can even get in the way of the story’s impact.

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A story evokes emotion and emotion forges a connection.

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