I’ve spent 15 years observing what it takes to be a successful solopreneur. Here’s what I’ve learned: nobody does it alone.
The belief that we can measure progress is based on illusions and leads to an unproductive theater of measuring metrics that don’t even matter.
Work doesn’t have to be heavy. It can be fun.
Forget your content plan. This is what you need instead.
An unconventional response to the question: how long should a blog post be?
Beating yourself up in difficult times does nothing to improve your current situation and only serves to inflict damage to your future. This is a better way to navigate.
Legendary coach John Wooden’s greatest lesson: the secret to sustainable success lies not in the big bold moves but in the basics of how you tie your shoes.