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Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos Inc, Las Vegas.


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“There are only two daily newsletters that I look forward to opening and reading every time they show up to my inbox: Seth Godin’s and gapingvoid.”  

Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos Inc, Las Vegas.


“Owning your own business allows you to control many things, but your own wandering mind isn’t always one of them. Hugh’s newsletter is daily reminder / kick in the pants that I’m in this for the right reasons and I could never do anything else because this what I was put on their earth to do. I can’t tell you how valuable that newsletter is to me everyday. Wait, I guess I just did…”

Brian Plain, Oak Park, IL.

“The arrival of the newsletter always seems to come at an appropriate time, when I’m getting buried in detail, and there is always something refreshing about Hugh’s comments: they remind me of what is important, and what I’m trying to achieve. ”

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“Back in the day, I worked at a little tech law firm in Chicago in a role that would take too long to explain (not as a lawyer), and at the time I was kind of obsessed with the notion of how you could run a law firm like a tech company. Blogs like yours and Kathy Sierra’s kept me motivated in what could’ve been a really demotivating place.

“Fast forward to now, and that little place got absorbed into a big one, and to paraphrase someone, I tired of trying to teach the dinosaur about the meteor. I make stuff. I went back to school to learn how to make better stuff. But there wasn’t a job waiting at the end of school, so I’m having to make one up for myself. The ‘global microbrand’ discussions loom large in my mind when I think about how to do this. I wouldn’t describe myself as the entrepreneurial type; I’m shy, and risk makes me queasy, but the alternative just isn’t right. And the e-mail in my inbox day-in day-out, reminds me that the sooner i start doing smarter work, the better. That a decent paycheck isn’t the same thing as a good job. That you can go from being cynical to inspired, depending, and not be entirely crazy. Well, at least not the bad kind of crazy. And that helps.

Besides, I like the cartoons.”

Erin Hochsatter

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