Is happiness something we can only remember? Or can we truly live it in the moment?
I shed the ‘digital nomad’ label when I discovered that I was more of a ‘digital plonker’ – a location independent worker who prefers to stay in the one place for an extended period of time – than someone who prefers moving around on a nomadic journey through towns and…
I decided to sell my suite of niche websites. To kick start the process, I sold the first one. Here’s the whys and hows of how I did it.
Recently (like this month recently) I was struggling with which direction to take in my online adventures. I felt on the verge of giving up my niche sites. This week I’ve done a complete 180 and I’m hanging onto them. I can’t toss them without giving it a really red-hot…
I’m wondering if I should ditch my slow performing niche websites or ramp them up?
Applying the ‘so what?’ factor to your writing helps you dive deeper into analysis and write a better report.
I used to hoard ideas. But now I set them free. If they haunt me, if they irritate me, only then will I pay them attention. Here’s why I think we should all ditch our ideas notebooks.
I chose ‘Fluid’ as my word for 2019 because I don’t want to be constricted by the goals I set at the start of the year. I want to be responsive as my year unfolds.
I’m a bit late to the party but I’m finally getting on board with the concept of spending money to make money and learning not to be such a tightarse.
Why 10-minute microtasks could be your new best friend
We take our knowledge for granted. We think people know what we know. But people don’t! So I am going to start sharing a lot more writing and productivity tips because probably know as much about these things as Koreans know about baking…
I am re-committing to documenting my digital adventures, the highs, the lows, what I learn and discover while working remotely in Korea.
Is the work you’re doing moving you closer to your goals? Or is it just keeping you busy and distracted?
We all know people read differently on screen than they do on paper, right? And we know that bullet points help your reader to scan your content but have you ever thought, why? Dive into the magic of bullet points and learn when and how to use them well.
If you don’t do the things you need to do build your business, it won’t grow. Learn from my embarrassingly simple epiphany.
Heard the phrase “the cobbler’s kids have no shoes”? Here are 5 ways this writer denied his business the love it needed when starting out.
I’m no social media killjoy. I love it. But I was wondering what sort of negative impact it was having on my creativity. Here’s what I found out.
Looking like a professional and responding fast can be the difference between being booked to capacity and having an empty pipeline. Here are seven tips to help you maintain the appearance of someone who looks like they know what they’re doing and win more writing work.
Is it smart blogging or gaming the system? Are we at risk of a major downfall or will we simply figure out how to game the new system?
Have you backed up your files and content recently? That’s only half the task. Have you checked your back up?