Ugh, bidets

I’m very protective of my ass. So years ago, when I visited Japan and my hotel room had a bidet in it, I faced a dilemma. Should I go out on a limb and use this weird foreign thing that I had no idea how to use? Or should I just do things the way I always have? I ...

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The Progression Principle: From $4.95 to $15,000 in a single day

Like a burlesque dancer, I’m going to pull down my thigh-highs just another inch so you can get a peek. In this year of MORE, I’ve been showing you how to create an online business -- even if you don’t have an idea yet or don’t know how to scale from $50 to $25,000. Earlier ...

The math behind a million-dollar business

I never thought my blog would generate a million dollars. In fact, the first time it happened, I didn’t even know. One of my team members emailed me in the middle of the night and attached this image: Click “Display Images” for the actual email   I had no idea. When I was writing today's post, my co-workers were ...

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Your turn: Analyze these businesses

OK, let's roll up our sleeves. Two days ago, I wrote one of my favorite posts of all time: Win Win Win. And since starting this series on 2015 being the year of MORE, I’ve gotten thousands of emails about how inspired you are. I suddenly realized what life coaches must feel like. When you talk about getting more, ...

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Win Win Win

A few years ago, a reporter from Fortune Magazine followed me around for several months and wrote a 6-page profile on me. (If you’re curious, you can find that profile here.) How did this happen? Why did a national reporter decide to write a massive article in Fortune Magazine about me? Was it my dashing good looks? My charming ...

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“I think I’m trying to do too much”

About 3 years ago, I stopped and looked around and realized I was trying to do way too much. I know a lot of online people build moats around themselves so they never have to hear from their readers (“noreply” email addresses, assistants to screen messages, etc). But I always preferred to read my own emails and respond to them, ...