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Richard Coglon Reflects On Life After That First Big Success

By RichardCoglon, published on Feb 17, 2014

After seven years practicing corporate finance and securities law for many natural resource issuers, Richard Coglon enjoyed enormous success with the creation, operation, and eventual sale of Velvet Explorations. But was that all she wrote for this lawyer-turned-venture-capitalist?

Richard Coglon explains, “During the operation of Velvet Explorations (1995 – 2000), I continued practicing law as a way to further my learning about the business side of the oil and gas sector. I also helped transition Transglobe Energy from a failed mining company (formerly Dust Mac Mines) to the respected... (more)

Tags: trade, richard coglon, venure capitalist, vancouver

Giving it away for free. Why?

By Shane Joseph, published on May 11, 2012

...try telling this to a new writer and it’s like water falling on a duck’s back.

I developed a principle some time ago: I will not give away my e-books for free unless in a limited promotion (and I haven’t engaged in one yet for I am still studying the implications). My e-books (and trade books) will have market competitive prices to the faceless multitudes. And “market competitive” does not mean “free” for then there is no market for one’s work. And if my restraint ends up in fewer copies sold, well, so be it. At least that will give me an indication of my true value... (more)

Tags: writer, publishing, book, value, free, online, e-book, $0.99, exchange, freebie, minimum, salinger, trade

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