Author Archives: Michael Le Clech

About Michael Le Clech

I'm an entrepreneur, DJ, mortgage consultant, and author living in one of the best cities in the United States--Seattle! I have a wide array of interests and plan on writing about whatever I see fit. I'm pretty laid back but I have an adventurous spirit and am very ambitious.

Never Put Too Much Trust In Friends

I am in the process of reading The 48 Laws Of Power by Robert Greene. This book is very readable and provides a lot of insight that anyone of any background can use. I’m up to rule 7 or something … Continue reading

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Don’t Share Living Space With Friends

While I was transitioning into a house recently, I picked friends that I thought would be cool roommates in a 4 bedroom house. The house is big and spacious, and I got along with these friends previously so I figured … Continue reading

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Why should every business develop a business plan?

The answer is simple. It works. Look back in history and see that the most successful entrepreneurs have had a solid business plan. This is essential not only in the content strategy, but in all of the operations. Goal setting … Continue reading

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Call me a nerd or whatever…

but I read a LOT. Back in middle school I was quite the book worm, reading in the library at lunch. I got made fun of for being a nerd (I thought it was because I was smart, but now … Continue reading

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Time to get earthquake insurance?

Today ANOTHER earthquake hit Japan. This time it was a 6.3 and may or may not have been an aftershock of the previous 8.9 earthquake. That being said, 3 earthquakes within such a small amount of time worries me a … Continue reading

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Wonderful HIV/AIDS research advertisement

Check out this advertisement I came across yesterday while surfing random web pages. It counts backwards 90 days showing a substantial health improvement in a woman that has AIDS. While I’m on the subject, last December CNN wrote an article … Continue reading

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Another earthquake!

This time the earthquake was in Burma, rather than Japan. It was only had a 6.8 magnitude but that is still enough to cause plenty of damage. Buildings near the epicenter were vulnerable, so there is a lot of expected … Continue reading

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