Over the next few weeks, I’ll be adding posts that deal with helpful things that will allow you to expand your idea base into potentially profitable hobbies or businesses. I will be sharing some of the ideas and helpful things that I have learned and/or used to make significant advances in my businesses.

Some of the ideas will be old hat (you know, the ones you have heard about for eons), but just tossed aside….? [For example, the reference Bill Gates made about his friend, Warren Buffett. He says that Warren is refreshingly simple in his approach to things and that what he does he does exceptionally well and works to be very good at only a few manageable things, say 3 and that is it.]

Other ideas will be what I have learned and what I have learned from a few of my friends and mentors. I’ll also be sharing some of the tools that I use on a regular basis. I am a firm believer in the KISS principle…and I think you should be too (Warren Buffett above certainly embraces that principle.)

And other ideas will be based on current times and how people like to interface and do things and realize instant gratification.

The range of subjects will be diverse. Some times I’ll discuss the internet. Other times, I may discuss gardening, or how to cook a deliciously tender steak, or how my friend does remarkable things with gourds. At even other times, I may highlight how businesses with fleets of vehicles can cut their fuel costs and increase their profits. Or, how you can drive your car and cut your fuel costs to zero (that means you buy no gasoline).

There will be lots of ideas that I will be sharing. If you like what you see, please let me know. If you don’t like what you see, please let me know that too.


Frank Kilgore
email: itsjustfine@gmail.com

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