Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on networking

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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If you want to build a network, publish more. If you want to get better, publish more. If you want to find opportunity, publish more. If you want to help others, publish more. If you want to help yourself, publish more.

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Use the internet to make friends.

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On the internet, you can build a network by writing to yourself.

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Building a network online is a hedge against the need to be employed.

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The upside of building online: - Proof of work - Network expansion - Economic opportunity - Tight learning feedback loops The downside: - Someone that's never going to buy what you're selling might leave a mean comment

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Build a network of people by building a network of media.

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The upside of promoting yourself: - Financial freedom - Network growth - New opportunity The downside: - People who can't help you with any of the above might not like it

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It’s a beautiful day to expand your network.

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Why publish online? Because it builds a decentralized network of people who know what you can do, and trust that you can do it. It's an economic insurance policy.

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The quality of your work increases your capital. The quality of your network increases your returns.

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Value is built by increasing access. Make things that make things easier.

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Language is the most robust technology we have. - Free - Open source - Millions of years of iteration Use it to build solutions, relationships, and reputation.

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Hedging against a rough job market: The more proof of work you publish, the more opportunities you create, the more decentralized your network becomes, the more antifragile you are.

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If you think of your brand as a network, you'll do things differently (better).

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Make content to make friends (at scale).

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