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In this week's Backstage episode we bring back  one our favorite BlogcastFM guests, Paul Jarvis. He's recently launched a new book on Kickstarter, so we asked him to join us to talk about it. Here are some of the highlights from our chat:
  • Our Fairly Useless Thoughts on the iPhone 5C/5S Launch BlogcastFM Backstage
  • Paul's Background as the Lead Singer in a Heavy Metal Band
  • How to Avoid Creating a Business That You End Up Hating
  • Why We Learn from Our Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
  • Lessons Learned from Doing Meaningful Work
  • A Framework For Choosing Clients That You Don't Hate
  • Deciding on Criteria and Values That You Don't Bend On
  • Why You Deserve the Clients That You Get It
  • The Importance of Being Clear with What Your Opinions Are
  • Why You Want to Be a Collaborator with Your Clients
  • How to Make Sure You Learn Everything That Paul Knows Before He Dies
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Originally aired about 4 years ago.

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