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Inside the Life of a CEO

My inheritance
(02/21/2011) Alan Spetner
As my career begins to wind down, I publish this story about my inheritance from my parents, how it came about and what I received. It is an integral part of my success, and if you have the patience to rad it all, I believe it will reveal some universal truths of life

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YAH MON or how I almost became a business magnate in Jamaica.
(02/01/2011) Alan "Rastamon" Spetner
I will catch you up about our trips to da islands mon, but suffice it to say, we found the “cool runnins’ of Jamaica. This was the mid 1980’s and ganja was the lure, the vivid scenery OF THE MOUNTAINS, THE OCEANS, AND A MELLOW PEOPLE WHO INVENTED reggae was the bonus, the people were friendly, and the escapism was phenomenal.

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How we SHOULD have been in the Olympics....well our shirts should have been
(01/24/2011) Alan Spetner
In 1979, Craig Virgin started a company called Front Runner. He had a logo designed and came to me to print his logo on the back of these very cool, never really seen before Adidas T-Shirts. Wow, what a fun and exciting client to land.

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Saint Louis Cardinals - 1982 World Champions
(01/17/2011) Alan Spetner
Major League Baseball had not started with ridiculous salaries or protecting their name and logos....Something that in today's world could never be imagined. A story of licensed goods long before licensing....

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Early childhood-First Businesses
(01/06/2011) Alan Spetner
Growing up in the 1950's was a great time of Opportunity in America, and I caught on to capitalism and how to make a profit early in life

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Harnessing Pyramid Power
(01/03/2011) Alan Spetner
The creation of Sports Energizers

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Shuffle the Cards
(01/03/2011) Alan Spetner
Alan makes a bold attempt to Shuffle the Cards....

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The Power of the Pyramid
(01/02/2011)
The late 1960’s and early 1970’s were called the Age of Aquarius or the New Age. There was a flood of new music ushered in by the Beatles and the simplicity and naiveté of early rock and roll gave way to this new sound and its’ new message

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We Were Hip Hoppin' Our Way To Success
(12/25/2010) Alan Spetner
We were working to put our names on the map when one day that phone call from a major company that everyone hopes calls just happens to show up....

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The School of Chainstitching was Created
(12/21/2010) Alan Spetner
What started out as a necessary skill for the business to survive turned into much much more......

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