I’ve been working for myself full time for a little under a decade now and I use tools to get my work done every day. Some tools are essential, like, I wouldn’t be able to get my work done without them.
If you haven't started your own podcast yet, odds are you've thought about it. Podcasting is awesome because people can tune in on the go -- in their cars, while washing dishes or mowing the lawn. On top of this, many of us feel comfortable "just talking" instead of sitting down to write a blog post or attempt to record something on YouTube.
Today we are talking about goal setting… which is not a favorite subject of mine. If you feel the same way, this conversation is for you because the Steph will literally change everything you think and feel about goals.
I’ve been building businesses on the Internet since 2004. Before that I worked in technology through the first Internet bubble. I’ve raised venture capital, worked in Fortune 500 companies, been a freelancer, and bootstrapped to multiple millions in revenue.
We’ve got a few weeks left until the end of the year and you can probably feel it’d be pretty easy to just take your foot off the gas, let things slow down, maybe mindlessly read the news a little?
On November 19, 2013, I became a member of the entrepreneurial training site, Fizzle. I wish I could remember the specific moment when I chose to join or what it was exactly that inspired me to take the leap, but the truth is I was on a learning feeding frenzy at that point. I was taking courses, listening to podcasts, reading books, and joining websites at a furious pace.
You want to be more productive and motivated? Let’s talk about your work environment — and more specifically how your work environment shapes your productivity. On the show today Corbett, Chase and Steph walk you through insights about how our work places effect our work practices.
There is a war about to happen across the internet: Resolutions vs. Screw Resolutions. You'll see articles about how resolutions are bad and that you should be willing to change December 15th as much as January 1st.
Being “inspired” as an entrepreneur can mean a lot to your business and life. To me, the feel of inspiration is towards possibility and opportunity… a far cry from the standard doom and gloom that can come with starting a business.
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