Imagine visiting a new town every day, skipping from one country to another over the course of a few weeks.
Sounds like an ideal vacation… but it’s an even-better job.
More and more people are making the decision to become a location-independent, traveling entrepreneur. Below I’ll walk you through how to become a “digital nomad” in five steps.Click Here To Continue Reading
I have a confession to make: I’ve never been particularly interested in founding the next big up start up.
I’m a lifestyle entrepreneur. I began pursuing this path so that I could live a modest life of my choosing. So far, I think I’m doing pretty well at that. I’ve started a video production business that lets me hone my craft and travel the world for free (more on that in a bit). In this post, I want to talk a little bit more about how to develop your business in a way that allows you to achieve your ideal lifestyle.Click Here To Continue Reading
We’ve written in the past about some of most awesome company offices in the world. But is it possible that the ultimate office is right in your own home?
Working from home can be a dream come true: convenience, comfort, and complete control. Today, more people are working from home than every before – whether they’re telecommuting to their job or just using the Internet to make their own income like me.
I’ve been working from a home office for two years now and in that time I’ve learned that working from is a double-edged blade. Do it well and it’s the best work experience you’ll ever have – but do it wrong and it will bring down your work and home life simultaneously.
Here’s how to make sure your home office is a healthier and more productive one.Click Here To Continue Reading
Succeeding in business, especially when the chips are down! Someone recently asked me to name my 3 most essential secrets for success as an Entrepreneur. My initial response is that it is not possible to name the three most essential things / secrets / lessons to being a successful entrepreneur because as soon as you think of three, another three that arguably are equally important will come to mind. But still I got to thinking …Click Here To Continue Reading
I’m the owner of a small video production company, but lately it hasn’t been feeling very small. In the last few weeks, we’ve been inundated with more clients than I know what to do with.
It wasn’t always this way: I used to struggle to get leads and only converted a small percentage of them into paying customers. But I’ve learned a lot in the last year and today I want to share it with you so that you can experience a similar boom for your small business, startup, or online service.Click Here To Continue Reading
I have to keep this short. I’m on business/holiday in San Francisco and the past few days I’ve done all the touristy things, like visit Alcatraz and go to Napa Valley. Yesterday after wine tasting I decided to shoot you guys a quick video about the Young Entrepreneur Scholarship that Yanik Silver offers for his Underground Seminar. This event has changed my life! The video is below! Underground is a three day long event where …Click Here To Continue Reading
Zig Ziglar was a best-selling American author and speaker who uplifted millions with his motivational message. He was also a savvy salesperson and businessman, who founded the Zig Ziglar Corporation and grew it to a staff of 60 employees.
On November 28, Ziglar passed away at the age of 86. Below I’ve shared 11 inspiring business lessons from his life.Click Here To Continue Reading
Every day of the year is a good day to be thankful.
People who feel grateful have “more energy, more optimism, more social connections and more happiness than those who do not” according to a scientific study in the Wall Street Journal.
On that note, I would like to share with you the 20 things that I’m most thankful for as an online entrepreneur.Click Here To Continue Reading
If you’ve ever created a product only to see it fall flat on its face then take heed. You may think that the big brands like Coke and IBM, with all the resources at their fingertips, would never release a disastrous product. But you’d be wrong. As it turns out, the history books are littered with product launches gone bad – some costing literally hundreds of millions of dollars. Fortunately the bigger the disaster, the …Click Here To Continue Reading
No web startup has made a bigger splash in 2012 than Pinterest.
I’ve got 8 business lessons from the amazing story of Pinterest below.
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