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Why I bought a timeshare: Selling the dream of luxury travel – life on a permanent, 5-star vacation resort

This week is our last week of a month and a half tour of Mexico. Although I’ve traveled extensively since I was young, and have made money online for several years, I’m only beginning to make enough money to really travel around, work from anywhere, and fully engage in nomadic living. During our time in Mexico we experimented with hotels, …

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6 things your author website needs to do that you’ve never even considered

Hopefully you’ve figured out that you want your authors website to sell books. Maybe you also know you need to get people to sign up to your email list somehow. But here are 5 other important things you’ve probably never thought about. 1. Get out of the way You’re a writer, not a photographer or a sculptor or an artist …

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You are awesome: do something that matters.

you are awesome do what matters

    You can do anything. There is no limit to your glorious creative potential.   However, making things that other people like and that benefit other people are much more likely to bring esteem, financial security, comfort and happiness. Most creative people passionately buy into the idea that “True Art” is never made to please others – but you …

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The Plot Dot (a visual guide to plotting fiction and writing unforgettable scenes)

visual guide to writing scenes

Now available on Amazon! (Free in the US store, or you can download a PDF below). Since I started writing fiction, I learned my design skills and art background make me really good at visualizing scenes. I even developed some mental tricks for creating powerful, resonant scenes that stick in people’s minds. I started thinking of each scene as one …

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Being happy isn’t enough: finding a life purpose you REALLY care about.

I recently had an “Aha!” moment reading Sebastian Marshall’s Ikagai. I’ve written earlier about how “chasing your passion” is bad business advice, but I still essentially cling to the idea that happiness is a worthwhile goal. We have absolute freedom, so – given the option – why not be happy? Surprisingly, there are many reasons. But the biggest one is …

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When should you give up? The difference between “hustle” and “failure”

the difference between hustle and failure

  I started this post years ago, but the topic came up again recently at a business conference in Saigon. The speaker, John Logan of Consulting Unleashed, said something like this: Why would you want to grind or hustle? Don’t force it if it’s not working. There was a lot of confusion in the room, because entrepreneurs are familiar with …

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