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Maybe you’re one of the many entrepreneurs that has created a very successful business that you loathe running.
Another common problem for us entrepreneurs is the “shiny object syndrome.” You know, there are a dozen great projects you want to work on – so you try to do them all. Or, even worse, you try to focus on a different one each week just to see which one will workout.
If you’re in any of these situations, there is a very easy solution to your problem. Continue reading
Everyone is talking about tenfold increases these days.
From 10x content discussions with Rand Fishkin and inbound.org to Google[x] director Astro Teller saying, “It’s easier to make something 10x bigger than 10 percent.”
Now, I’ve got a case study that shows you how easy it was to 10x one client’s income in just three months. Continue reading
Back in 2011, I spent six months living in Barcelona. When I came back from this trip, friends and family said that I looked great. They all asked if I had lost weight, so I hopped on a scale. To my surprise I had dropped 35 lbs without even trying! Continue reading
Twelve days ago I began an experiment in lifestyle design and financial independence. I moved into a travel trailer at a lake community just outside Raleigh. At the time when I moved in, there was no running water, no electricity, no phone service, and no internet access at the site. However, this is only the beginning of my experiment. Continue reading
This past week I spent three days at the Digital Marketing For Business conference in Raleigh. During that time, I attended several presentations and I even spoke at a few sessions of my own. Actually, I was the speaker at four sessions – the most of anyone at the conference. One common thread between all my presentations is that I crowdsourced part of the content for each talk. Continue reading
This year I participated in the Global Day of Coderetreat, and I can’t wait for next year!
We spent the day solving the problem laid out in Conway’s Game of Life. On the surface, this is a fairly easy game that can be implemented in any programming language. This is the reason it is used for Coderetreats. The interesting part isn’t the game, but the constraints put on solving the problem. Continue reading
Those of you unfamiliar with Odin, one of the gods from Norse mythology, may be unaware of his connection with the study of web development.
It turns out, this guy plucked out his own eye to gain the Wisdom of Ages. He went on to hang himself from a tree, pierced by his own spear, for nine days. This was done to gain wisdom and power in the nine worlds.