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"Breaking Brian" the story of the drug lord and his wife: Breaking Brian Shin: portrait of a Bay Street master and suburban drug dealer | He dumped his wife, Christina Millian, for her: ^Dressed as a gold digger for halloween ^^^Tattooed her name (Canadian name is Lydia Nam) ^Them together She is also known in Toronto as an escort, who frequents Bloke and 4th (Popular club for big spenders), and changed her identity to leave her past life to live with The Dream. I was reading this sh*t and didnt know it was the ppl that use to gamble at Niagara this guy was buying her whatever she wantedy'all are a bunch of gossiping f*ggots for real.
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So they have to resort to being more creative like researching and choosing the right places to sell, as well as networking with the right people to gain more customers.
Lead generation is a huge challenge that many new startups have and I personally find it amazing how clueless entrepreneurs can be when it comes to it.
In a past interview with serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber, he explained: “…I need more than enough people that are 18-20-somethings that simply say, “I’ll figure out the money equation later.” And I think that’s the stupidest way to think about business because at the end of the day, less than probably 2% of people that start a business are ever going to see a dollar of real investment money.” Having passion is obviously great, but you will need to focus on the bottom-line longterm if you want your business to thrive. People may buy from you the first time, but if your drugs suck or they feel ripped off, you won’t get repeat customers unless you’re completely scraping at the bottom of the barrel.