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I don't normally write super short posts, but this tweet tells you all you need to know:

“Your probability of success is proportional to the number of people that want you to succeed. Work to keep increasing that number.”

I wrote about the value of networking when it comes to pricing and your products.

I also wrote about the fact that I almost never eat alone.

But at the end of the day, the thing you need to know is this:

You will need the help of others to succeed. You can't do anything worthwhile alone.

And when you learn to be generous and help others, you'll learn the Rule of Reciprocity.

As you help others, they'll help you. And as Dharmesh says, you'll need as many of them as you can!

So go be helpful!

About Chris Lema

Chris Lema has been working with WordPress since 2005. Over the years he's been a blogger, a speaker at WordCamps, a coach for WordPress product companies, and the founder of the conference for WordPress business owners, called CaboPress. Today he's the VP of Products at Liquid Web, where he manages the world's first managed platform for WooCommerce stores.

Chris Lema

Chris Lema has been working with WordPress since 2005. Over the years he's been a blogger, a speaker at WordCamps, a coach for WordPress product companies, and the founder of the conference for WordPress business owners, called CaboPress. Today he's the VP of Products at Liquid Web, where he manages the world's first managed platform for WooCommerce stores.

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