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Today, I sat with an organization that purchased my platform and walked them through the features and options.

I used to be able to do a pretty thorough demo in 10 minutes.

I'm not sure I could do it in an hour now.

I said last year that my primary purpose in life is driving value.

Driving value is an additive force in the economy. It creates purpose and use from nothing and makes it attractive to purchase, which increases the velocity of money around those driving value.
A few years back, the daughter of a friend of mine went to China, and being an excellent photographer, she took pictures of the communities she visited. Being an artist, she didn't focus on the "sights," per se... she instead took pictures of the small details of a well-crafted fence, or the ornate carving in a door, or the exquisite curve of a piece of glass blown into perfect shape. Over centuries, the community was improved by everyone, so that even the smallest of touches had great meaning.

I hope that can be said of my life - that I added great and beautiful value.


by Brett Rogers, 3/23/2011 9:45:34 PM


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