tea plantation in Sri Lanka

Note to Self

I want to write a short note as the editor of this site. I have now finished Seth Godin’s book, This Is Marketing, and then I read the extra material, I saw that I wrote “neophytes,” instead “neophiliacs.”

As a (rational) egoist, I have some issues with the way Seth Godin is talking about selfishness in the book. I will come back to this topic in future blog posts and podcast episodes. In the meantime, I want you to check out Facets of Ayn Rand by Mary Ann Sures and Charles Sures. In this book you will learn about the story about the copper pot

Talking about facets (of an individual and a diamond), have you had Kooh-I-Noor Ceylon black tea?

 

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Do you celebrate Cinnamon Bun Day? Kooh-I-Noor 💎 black Ceylon ☕️ tea from 🇱🇰 Sri Lanka. Blogger tea mug.

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Comments

  1. Hi Martin, what a joy to be here today.
    Very nice to read your views in this regard. I used to read Seth Godins snippets once upon a time.
    The pic is really wonderful, is that you took?
    Keep sharing
    Best
    ~ Phil

    1. Reply

      Phil,

      Thanks for your comment. I took the picture of the cinnamon and the mug of tea.

      Keep commenting.

      All the Best,

      Martin

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