Linus Rylander

writer, entrepreneur, maverick

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The right thing at the right time

Sometimes I post weird things on my blog in the belief that... for some person, somewhere, it will be the exact right thing at the exact right time.

The post I put up yesterday was about how if you want to be exceptionally well-paid in whatever field you are in, you need to stop associating your getting paid with your doing the thing. The more you get paid for who you are rather than what you do, the more you get paid.

But, personally, I didn’t like the post. Not because of its contents, but because I didn’t think I expressed the idea very well. I think I might need more like 10 blog posts to express the idea in such a way that a new reader, uninitiated to marketing-think, would just get it.

But I posted it anyway, even though I immediately knew I didn’t like it.

Why?

Podcast Interview: Jim Hopkinson of WIRED

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Click to listen to "Episode 65: Interview Part 1" and click to listen to "Episode 66: Interview Part 2"

Jim Hopkinson, Wired.com's Marketing Guy and creator ofThe Hopkinson Report, recently interviewed me for his Hopkinson Report podcast. Here's a Tweet of Jim's about the Podcast, and another one about my social media hardware bag and another on my blog posting about how to hire people effectively.

Here is a transcript of the Podcasts

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