January 12th, 2015
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, ...
December 22nd, 2014
If I were to ask you, “What’s one thing you wish you could make automatic in your life?” I’d be willing to bet that most people would say:
“I wish I could exercise regularly”
“I wish I could eat healthier”
“I wish I could ___”
What would yours be?
I want to help you pick one area of your ...
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November 24th, 2014
Next month, I'm heading into my studio to record a whole new series of videos for you.
My goal -- to top this:
ZTL blooper. I hate you, tree
I'm going to be recording new interviews for my Brain Trust program, new success stories for my Zero to Launch course (...
November 10th, 2014
Last month, I was travelling in Asia and had some time to kill at the Hong Kong airport. I knew exactly who to text.
From one picture, this dude knew exactly where I was sitting, and then recommended other lounges for me to visit based on my gate number. It takes a real weirdo to know that level of detail ...
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November 3rd, 2014
I always laugh when I hear someone ask, “What was your most embarrassing moment?”
Do you seriously think I would ever tell you?
For normal people, their most embarrassing moment involves shitting their pants at the age of 26, getting brutally rejected when proposing to their girlfriend of 3 years in front of a crowd at Central Park, or quitting ...
October 9th, 2014
Yesterday, I shared Noah Kagan's insight about how some of our biggest periods of growth can come from the most challenging periods in our life.
October’s RBT guest, Noah Kagan from Appsumo.com
I’ve known Noah for over ten years now (before I started my blog) and he’s one of the few people I turn to when ...
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