Do you wonder how you’ll ever actually do the things you dream about? In this episode Corbett Barr shares how he made the transition from dreaming to doing.
It wasn’t easy for him (wait till the bit about his panic at the Mexican border) but it completely changed his path, expanding his perspective about where he wanted to go with his career (and life).
If you’ve been a reader of Think Traffic for a while you already know Corbett. But in this episode you’ll discover what started the journey from a burnt out consultant to an electrified, successful and celebrated blogger and business builder.
We also answer a couple of colorful listener questions (thanks Dave & Jeff!) that lead to Chase’s 5 website design tips and Caleb’s killer Santa Claus metaphor.
It’s still launch week and this is the first of a three part series where we introduce the hosts of the show (tomorrow is Chase and Friday is Caleb). So be sure to subscribe via one of the following methods:
I hope you’re enjoying this new format for us. It’s a very personal and conversational view into how Corbett, Caleb and I do business together.
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