These habits don’t always look glamorous, heck, you might even question how some of them could even make a difference. But small steps can lead to huge leaps forward. Take wildly successful self-help guru, author, and investor Tim Ferriss as an example. His philosophy on habits is that they can help you win the morning and win the day. But what does that look like in practice? Well, Tim makes his bed every morning.
Ever feel like standing up, flipping off your boss and pulling a Jerry Maguire? Or firing all your pain-in-the-ass clients? You’ve probably heard of the concept of f*ck you money—the amount of money that would put you in a position to be able to do this (theoretically, of course). What is f*ck you money? F*ck you money is a colorful way of describing the amount of money that makes you 100% financially free and non-dependent on
Doing business online means fewer startup costs and a lower barrier to entry. There’s a chance to make a great return on investment since online business models are often highly scalable. Scalability refers to the ability to exponentially serve more customers without incurring exponentially increasing operational costs. Revenues greatly outpace expenses. Scalable businesses actually become more efficient and profitable over time. During my travels, I’ve crossed paths with many remarkable people living unconventional lifestyles
Being an entrepreneur isn’t easy. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and resilience. But if you’re up for the challenge, it can be one of the most rewarding paths you’ll ever take. If you’re looking for some inspiration, check out these quotes for entrepreneurs from some of the most visionary entrepreneurs who have ever lived. These quotes will help to motivate and encourage you on your own entrepreneurial journey. So get ready
Both freelancing and entrepreneurship can be great ways to start an online business. Each can earn you the freedom to work for yourself if you go through the correct the process of identifying a customer need and fulfilling it. Early on, I quit my job to start freelancing so I could spend more time working on my website ideas. Once one of them took off, made the switchover to full-time entrepreneurship. Which you should
I got thinking about how I came up with some of my first ideas when I first started getting interested in lifestyle design. For me, it was process of answering questions just like the ones below. If I dug deep enough, I’d still be able to find my early brainstorming notes filed away in Google Drive or scribbled on the inside covers of books. A funny thing happened over time. Once I had gone