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Daniel DiPiazza

What countries are on your “bucket list”?

by / ⠀Blog / July 20, 2016

What countries are still on your bucket list to visit before you die? I still have a few: Japan, Italy, Australia, Russia, Kenya, Brazil come to mind! When I first met my homie Matt Wilson , he was chipping away in New York, making world-class content for Under30CEO. But Matt had a serious vision to travel the world while he was still young — and he wanted to…

The Number 1 Rule to Get Things Done (The Art of Ruthless Prioritization)

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / July 13, 2016

One of the biggest struggles millennials face is wading through the information overload to figure out what we should be doing with our time. Can you really blame us? Every time you look at your phone, dozens of pings, notifications and alerts flood the screen. All of them seem urgent. All of them could be important. So we spend entire days, weeks, months approaching these conflicting demands without…

10 Timeless Lessons I Learned About Business from the Founders of America’s Biggest Wine Brand

by / ⠀Blog / July 11, 2016

Last month I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey, the founders of the world’s most popular wine brand, Barefoot Wine. Check it out…I guarantee you’ll see one of these in your local grocery store!  What’s most humbling is that Michael and Bonnie had absolutely NO idea what they were doing at first. From the start, with virtually no money and no wine industry experience, they…

Why One 3 Letter Word Could Change Your Life Forever

by / ⠀Blog / July 7, 2016

You can read “how-to” articles all day about starting a business, building your brand or getting customers. They make the whole process seem so easy, don’t they? But actually making the decision become an entrepreneur? Now that’s a tough decision. It’s scary! It’s uncertain! There’s a chance you might fail. In fact you probably WILL fail in the beginning. And even if you succeed, it definitely won’t happen…

How to Train Your Mind to See the Good in Every Situation

by / ⠀Blog / July 6, 2016

Remember that ridiculously cheery, borderline creepy scene from Mary Poppins where the children (rightfully so) complain about having to clean up their room? (If you weren’t forced to watch that movie in kindergarten like every other normal child on earth, the entire song the ensues revolves around a “spoonful of sugar.”) I was never a huge fan of the film — but I could always relate to the…

3 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Entrepreneurship

by / ⠀Blog / July 1, 2016

Do you really have more freedom as an entrepreneur than as an employee? The answer: Yes and no. The primary complaint with the typical 9 to 5 schedule is that it simply leaves you too freaking tired to do anything personally fulfilling after work. From the moment you wake up, to the moment you go to bed, you’re in constant motion, either preparing to show up somewhere, plowing…

Communication Lessons from a Con Artist

by / ⠀Blog / June 27, 2016

It’s a miracle that I’ve ventured into entrepreneurship. My 9-year-old self would have never seen it coming. You have to understand, I was the kid who was never able to sell any of that “World’s Best Chocolate.” I was the only Cub Scout who didn’t get the badge for sales of the holiday popcorn tins. Rather than go door-to-door, I would just let the catalog molder in my…


by / ⠀Blog / June 22, 2016

Doing your best work isn’t easy. No way around it. Sometimes, coming up with a good idea feels a bit like pushing a giant boulder uphill. It. Just. Won’t. Move. If we’re being real, creation can be downright painful sometimes. But nothing numbs the pain of doing your best work like a little shot of inspiration. Ahh, sweet nectar of motivation, let me sip thee! I think the…

7 Stages to Level Up Your Life into Financial Freedom

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / June 20, 2016

Let me take you back on a little journey down memory lane… When I first made the leap into entrepreneurialism, I wanted it all. I wanted everything at once. I wanted to build my dream business overnight and have an enormous community of fans and friends and make millions of dollars creating products I loved.   Having zero experience and a small network, those ambitions soon sputtered out.…

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