When Billionaires Cry

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The Lund Loop is a once-weekly curated slice of what I am writing, reading, and hearing about in finance, tech, music, pop culture, humor, and the good life.  But no sports or knitting….ever!  You can subscribe for free by clicking here.

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Welcome back folks.  I know it’s been a tough week for all of us given the horrible news out of the Jay-Z-Beyonce camp but I appreciate you putting on a brave face and checking back in with the Lund Loop.

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Short and sweet….

“Nobody solves poverty by going broke.”

-Adam Braun, founder of “Pencils of Promise” which has built over 200 schools in 3rd world countries.

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“People go where they grow.”

Seth Godin on what attracts people to certain content or products.

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“Suicide.”

 -Marc Maron when asked by Norm Macdonald what other professional options he had before starting his podcast.

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“He was a natural movie star, not a natural actor. He had to learn that.”

-Scott Eyman, author of “John Wayne : The Life and Legend.”

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“Get up, do it, prove you can do it, then do something else.”

-Magician Lance Burton on how to keep people engaged.

Misc:

And finally….

  • When I die, turn me into one of these and then huck it at Justin Bieber/Kanye West/A random Kardashian/Anyone on “The View.”

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See ya next week!

-B

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