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How to Stay Sane When The World is Crumbling Around You

How to Stay Sane When The World is Crumbling Around You

| January 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’m currently homeless. It’s really not a good look when women ask me where I live. I’ve set foot in six countries so far this year and it’s only January 10th. Wtf, I ask myself? How do I stay sane? How can I create a home away from home that keeps me grounded, healthy, productive, and […]

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How to Sell a Company and Gain More than Financial Security

How to Sell a Company and Gain More than Financial Security

| January 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

The wire transfer from the sale of our company went through in November 2006.  The security I desired, however, came several years later. I was sitting in my office, which I had never bothered to decorate because I was so focused on my long-term happiness that I denied many short-term pleasures. Nine months of deal […]

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Why Nobody Gives a f**k What You Do

Why Nobody Gives a f**k What You Do

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

“If you’re not rich by 35, nobody will pity you.” – Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba One thing I’ve noticed during my short stint on this earth is everyone’s priority on their own self-interests.  On the outside, they will appear like they are team players and care about you, but at the end of the […]

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The Most Important Question In The World

The Most Important Question In The World

| January 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

  Right around now, we’re all making a list and checking it twice. I could do without the cold, but the holidays are the perfect hour to help yourself. All year we wait for the chance to tell our closest friends and family what we want. This year, I decided to do things differently. Instead […]

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My Top 10 Favorite Productivity Experiments

My Top 10 Favorite Productivity Experiments

| January 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

During the past couple of years, I have tried dozens of ways to improve my productivity. Fancy to-do apps, GTD, Evernote, Pomodoro technique; inbox zero and to-do systems by so called productivity gurus. The list goes on and on. However, only a few of them actually brought real productivity gains. Here are 10 productivity experiments […]

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The Essential Step to do to Become (And Stay) Rich

The Essential Step to do to Become (And Stay) Rich

| December 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

We all have a natural tendency to go straight for the money… However, one thing I’ve learned from the wealthy is that there is something you have to do first if you want to not only become rich, but also stay rich. I interviewed 75 successful entrepreneurs for the book Make Money, Live Wealthy, and […]

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7 Dirty Secrets To Actually Finding Your Life Purpose Soon

7 Dirty Secrets To Actually Finding Your Life Purpose Soon

| December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Why is being a kid on Saturday morning so dope? Because you get to do whatever you want! And yeah, there were those weekends where you watched TV and ate pancakes and didn’t even leave the house. But remember those days where you actually got up and did stuff?! I’ll never forget working the entire […]

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Why It Pays For Young Professionals To Focus On the Now

Why It Pays For Young Professionals To Focus On the Now

| December 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

A word that many young professionals don’t like or want to hear. What do we want? We want immediate gratification. Immediate results. While we ultimately have to take responsibility for this mentality, there’s no denying that advances in technology have played a significant role in conditioning our minds to think like this. THE PROBLEM It’s […]

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How a Marketer Discovered The Wonder of Brand Storytelling

How a Marketer Discovered The Wonder of Brand Storytelling

| December 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

I’m sure you’ve had the kind of meeting with a perspective new client where you walk in full of ideas and excitement, share your genius in all its detail, only for them to stare back with an element of… hmmm, what’s the word… nothingness? “I think Linkedin is the platform for you, but before we […]

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4 Reasons Exercise Is Dead

4 Reasons Exercise Is Dead

| December 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

I sit down on the plane. Conversation starts. “What do you do?” he asks. “I run a fitness website.” I reply. “What is it all about?” He inquires. “Helping busy people get shredded in less time through jump rope and body weight workouts.” I reply. “Interesting. Don’t you also need to lift weights and jog […]

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