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GiveGetWin System-Building Post v0.1

One of the chief requests I got in the "Why do you read this blog?" thread was for more real-life case studies and examples. I was thinking it'd be good to open up more information about how we build and run things.

I also want to give the brilliant people I work and collaborate with a time to show your thinking, and to riff on team-building somewhat. So, expect to see more case studies, more processes, and more behind-the-scenes going forwards.

Recently we welcomed Zach Obront to the GiveGetWin team, and one of the first orders of business is getting more systematic. This is a short announcement to the team, and we're posting it publicly as well. In here, you can briefly see his line of thinking and the questions we have to answer to get systematic.

You'll note that a lot of a lot of this is commonsensical thinking-through of possibilities, and seeing where constraints are to break through them. That's a lot of building systems -- identifying what the constraints are, where the problems arise, and then solving those.

Here's Zach Obront --

Interview with Paulo Ribeiro - E-Commerce in Brazil

On The 4 Hour Struggle

Paulo Ribeiro is a Brazilian entrepreneur, writer and avid reader. I have know him for a little over a year. In that time, he has become one of the most well-connected Brazilian bloggers; especially within the English-speaking blogging community. 

Many economists believe that, despite the worldwide recession, Brazil, the 5th most populated country in the world, is thriving.

American money has been pouring into the Brazilian E-Commerce Market:

-Quinstreet is a publicly traded educational lead company out of the US. They opened an office in Sao Paulo, Brazil

-Descomplica is Brazilan SAT type education provider that Peter Thiel invested in.

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