Don’t be afraid to try. There are schools across the country teaching that “this” is the way business gets done and we read books and web blogs with all kinds of messages saying “this” is how business is done. You are going to find conflicting ideas, thoughts, and theories and hear what has worked for others, but you won’t know what is going to work for you until you try it. If it were as easy as what the books say or what we are taught, then everybody would be doing the same thing and nobody would stand out. You… Read more.
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After launching FatWallet in 1999, Tim Storm has continued to develop, grow and interact with the online community registered with FatWallet.com. At FatWallet, Tim has developed a creative and supportive corporate culture, following such principles as “When we share, we win,” and “How do we make it remarkable?”
Considered a pioneer in the industry of online discount publishing, Tim’s viewpoint has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, MSNBC and National Public Radio. Tim has received the Affiliate Summit Legend Award and under his leadership, FatWallet was honored with the Platinum Publisher, Golden Link and All Star awards from LinkShare.
For more information, please visit FatWallet.com.
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