Monthly Archives: September 2017

From WTF?! to Freelancer in 7 Easy Tips

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Freelancing can be intimidating. The landscape is broad and as a result, it can be difficult to find your niche within it. On one end, there are full-time freelancing gurus like Ramit Sethi. They’ve hustled to a point where they can command rates that sound like a startup’s earnings report. Conversely, there are people who… Read more

27 Instagram Captions For Hustlers Working Late

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Death Before Decaf mug available at our shop!   Who here has worked a late night? How about an overnighter? I know 100% I have multiple times. There’s something about working by lamplight that just gets you focused and puts you in work mode. Grabbing that midnight brew and working until your eyes blur over… Read more

21 Quotes on Learning From Mistakes

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Success is like an iceberg. When you look at it from water-level all you see is the peak but, when you look beneath the surface, you see the true mass that creates the awe-inspiring final product. When you see success or successful people all you are seeing is the peak and you are not seeing… Read more

Why Making Decisions Is A Waste Of Your Willpower

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All the two Israeli men could do was hope. Hope that the judge would hear their cases thoughtfully and free them to return to society as reformed convicts. Each case was the same: They both committed fraud. They both were serving 30-month sentences. They both were well-behaved during their 18-months in prison. The only difference… Read more

7 Ways to Write Better Action Items & Get More Done

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Do the items on your action lists tell you what actually needs to be done? A routine observation from facilitating workshops and coaching people on issues related to productivity and strategy execution is that the way people are formulating action items simply isn’t helping them. A well-written action item contains enough information to spur you… Read more

3 Business Lessons A Fat Guy Learned At Yoga

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  I’m probably not your typical yogi. My chair pose looks a little bit like walrus pose and if I fold down enough, breathing takes an awful amount of work. And yet, through the first 20 days of January, I’ve been to 12 yoga classes. It’s been a lot of work; mental, physical (and scheduling… Read more

Your $10,000 Product File…(Hint: You Already Have It)

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You have an information product that people want, you just need to find it, package it and sell it. Trust me, it’s easier than you think. For example, what do your friends or family tell you’re good at? What challenges have you faced and conquered? Over time have you learned new skills? These are all… Read more