The absolute cornerstones of lifestyle design are the exciting and celebrated dreams that are manifested by fulfilling your purpose. Why take the risk of living differently if different isn’t much, much better? Common sense would therefore...―
Where did Father’s Day (or Mother’s Day for that matter) come from? Like Valentine’s and many other purported holidays, the success and continuity of Father’s Day was tied to retailers…literally with a bunch of ...―
For our experiment in creating a muse, the name of our infoproduct is vitally important. Regardless of how well we market or position the product, when purchasing information, the consumer does in fact judge the book by it’s cover. We know ...―
Creating sustainable change requires adjusting what you do on a day-to-day basis. It’s a lot like weight lifting to build muscle. It’s not easy, terribly fun, or glamorous, but the end result is predictable and rewarding. In order for ...―
The concepts from 4HWW aim to help us quickly and efficiently create low maintenance income. However, a lot of credit needs to be given to the other side of the coin: dogged persistence. If developing an ecommerce product in a matter of weeks ...―
In the previous post, I touched on the various types of products that could become a muse. Having brainstormed the groups we belong to and narrowing those down to potential niche markets, we have settled on an information product for our first...―
Some of us are pretty accustomed (even talented) at finding shortcuts to temporary “happiness”. Unfortunately, there actually are a few proven prerequisites that we have to master before we can feel fulfilled on a daily basis, ...―
The second post in a series that will track my own attempt to create a muse, today we will simply lay out the blueprint for identifying our muse, based on Tim Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Workweek. If you are seriously interested in escaping the 9-5...―
I am hoping that I am not the only one out there who sometimes wonders if I take on so much so as to facilitate forced avoidance of what I really need to be doing. Achieving something monumental, like living as if you are retired with passive ...―
This post starts a series of posts which will track my own experiment in creating a successful “muse.” The term is from Tim Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Workweek and references “a low maintenance business that generates significant...―
At the age of 15, John Goddard created a list of 127 aggressive goals and entitled it, “My Life List.” He passed away last Friday at the age of 88 after a battle with cancer. In those 73 years, Goddard checked off 120 of the goals on ...―
Currently around a half of organizations ranging in size from SMEs to large multinationals ...
∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...