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If you look for something, you’ll see it.
Look for success.
See what successful people do and then copy them.
The only shortcut to success is to copy someone else’s strategy that achieved what you’d like to achieve.
Study the people who accomplished recognition in the area of your pursuit.
Observe them with a burning curiosity.
Analyze every action they take.
How did they achieve their goals?
What skills did they learn?
What sacrifices did they make?
What was their reason behind every action they took?
Discover the strategy that they used, and then do what they did.
Yes the quickest way to become successful is to follow a guaranteed blueprint.
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With the convenience of the internet, any person’s life story is literally at your finger tips.
Study your mentor's autobiography.
Read everything you can about that person.
You don’t need an MBA or fancy degree.
You don’t need to make all the same mistakes from scratch, they’ve already made them for you.
All you need to do is learn from their mistakes.
Isn’t that brilliant?
Just use your eyes.
What do the people do, that have the life you want?
Live the life others look up to. Start your journey today to become a better you.
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Did Bottom Out at $170? Worst Part of Drop May be Over
On Sept. 12, Ethereum (ETH) dipped below the $170 mark, dropping to $166 to hit its lowest point of the year.
Since then, within a 30-day period, ETH has shown promising recovery in its volume and momentum, rebounding from $166 to $230. Last week, on Sept. 23, the Ethereum price achieved $255.
Worst Part of the Drop is Over
The unexpectedly rapid growth of the initial coin offering () market in mid-2017 led many analysts to speculate that the price drop of ETH was largely triggered by the sell-off of Ethereum holdings by blockchain projects that have raised millions of dollars through public token sales.
Diar, a research group, revealed in its weekly report that still hold more than 38 percent of the amount raised in their token sales. At the time, based on the findings of Diar, analysts speculated that if ICOs decide to liquidate their remaining ETH holdings, the price of Ethereum could decline further from its low suppot level. “There is a big misconception that ICO companies have liquidated most of their ETH holdings. On average, all of these projects have moved or liquidated 62 percent of the amount that they initially raised. In other words, they are still holding 38 percent of the initially raised amounts. This, in turn, creates ETH selling pressures, which are unlikely to go away any time soon,” Diar chief editor Larry Cermak said.
However, on October 1, BitMEX Research, a subsidiary of major cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX, released a study entitled “Ethereum holdings in the ICO treasury accounts,” listing the holdings of ICOs and the estimated balance sheet of major blockchain projects.
The paper of BitMEX Research emphasized that most ICOs liquidated their holdings when the price of ETH was still at its high point to fund development and operations. Hence, the recent fall in the price of ETH cannot be solely attributed to the speculated sell-off of ETH by blockchain projects. “We conclude that the ICO treasury accounts have a much lower level of exposure to the price of Ethereum than many may have thought,” the team wrote.