How to Train Your Mind to See the Good in Every Situation

by / ⠀Blog / July 6, 2016

Remember that ridiculously cheery, borderline creepy scene from Mary Poppins where the children (rightfully so) complain about having to clean up their room? (If you weren’t forced to watch that movie in kindergarten like every other normal child on earth, the entire song the ensues revolves around a “spoonful of sugar.”) I was never a huge fan of the film — but I could always relate to the…

3 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Entrepreneurship

by / ⠀Blog / July 1, 2016

Do you really have more freedom as an entrepreneur than as an employee? The answer: Yes and no. The primary complaint with the typical 9 to 5 schedule is that it simply leaves you too freaking tired to do anything personally fulfilling after work. From the moment you wake up, to the moment you go to bed, you’re in constant motion, either preparing to show up somewhere, plowing…

Communication Lessons from a Con Artist

by / ⠀Blog / June 27, 2016

It’s a miracle that I’ve ventured into entrepreneurship. My 9-year-old self would have never seen it coming. You have to understand, I was the kid who was never able to sell any of that “World’s Best Chocolate.” I was the only Cub Scout who didn’t get the badge for sales of the holiday popcorn tins. Rather than go door-to-door, I would just let the catalog molder in my…

INSPIRATION IS FOR AMATEURS

by / ⠀Blog / June 22, 2016

Doing your best work isn’t easy. No way around it. Sometimes, coming up with a good idea feels a bit like pushing a giant boulder uphill. It. Just. Won’t. Move. If we’re being real, creation can be downright painful sometimes. But nothing numbs the pain of doing your best work like a little shot of inspiration. Ahh, sweet nectar of motivation, let me sip thee! I think the…

7 Stages to Level Up Your Life into Financial Freedom

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / June 20, 2016

Let me take you back on a little journey down memory lane… When I first made the leap into entrepreneurialism, I wanted it all. I wanted everything at once. I wanted to build my dream business overnight and have an enormous community of fans and friends and make millions of dollars creating products I loved.   Having zero experience and a small network, those ambitions soon sputtered out.…

3 Hacks to Focus Deeply and Be More Productive

by / ⠀Blog / June 17, 2016

In the age of social media and modern technology, we’ve lost the ability to focus. A lot of people like to say that they have ADHD, and while it’s no surprise that numbers are rising you don’t exactly need to be medically diagnosed to feel totally scattered all the time. ADHD or not, you definitely ARE impaired. And it’s not your fault. Our lives are designed for distraction.…

Become an Author: It Will Get You Laid with Tucker Max

by / ⠀Blog Podcast / June 10, 2016
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Tucker Max (@tuckermax) is the CEO of BookInABox.com and the author of three #1 NY Times Bestsellers. The notorious Tucker Max joins us to talk about selling 2 million copies of “I Hope They Sell Beer in Hell” and then cleaning up his act to teach men how to behave and eventually share their wisdom with the world. Tucker speaks openly and honestly about his four year journey through psychotherapy, meditation,…

How To Become Instantly Memorable With New Connections

by / ⠀Blog Personal Branding / June 1, 2016

Last Summer I surveyed my Idea Lemon audience the following question, When you ask to meet someone for the first time (this could be a professional connection, a friendly encounter, or even a date) what do you typically suggest? -Let’s Grab Coffee -Let’s Grab A Drink -Other (Lunch, tea, Let the person pick) The poll results showed coffee coming back at 49%, followed by an alcoholic libation at…

Learn to Build a Life Not a Resume with Jason Wachob of Mindbodygreen

by / ⠀Blog Podcast / May 26, 2016

Jason Wachob(@JasonWachob) is co-founder and CEO of Mindbodygreen an independent media brand with over 10million monthly unique visitors, 30+ employees. Mindbodygreen is one of the leading lifestyle media brands dedicated to wellness and has been featured in The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Vogue. Jason is the author of the new book “Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Resume”.  Wellth is a new and more…

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