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Echo & Sway - Issue #7

For the first time in the six years since Lori and I launched 2820 Press, we got away from the office
Echo & Sway - Issue #7
By Joe Taylor Jr. • Issue #7 • View online
For the first time in the six years since Lori and I launched 2820 Press, we got away from the office for ten whole days. Taking care of ourselves lets us take care of our clients, and it also gave me an opportunity to think about the gratitude I have for an audience and a team that sustain what we do.
Naturally, I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about what it means to be a successful entrepreneur, running a sustainable business. This week’s selections reflect that focus—from Jess’ post about carving your Big Idea into lots of little content pieces, all the way down to a thoughtful piece from the Guardian about the dangers of comparing yourself to peers, or to an unachievable standard of perfection.

Sustainable content marketing: How one idea looks across several platforms
How to Succeed as an Entrepreneur Without Sabotaging Your Personal Relationships
How to Monitor Your Competitors to Increase Conversions
For four days, I looked over (but did not set foot in) this hotel gym. Too much water and sky to look at.
For four days, I looked over (but did not set foot in) this hotel gym. Too much water and sky to look at.
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