What is a “solopreneur”? I interviewed Travis Herche and explored this issue. He calls himself a professional speech and debate coach, and the business aspect of it all is a fascinating, doable process that may help you in your calling in life.
I can’t wait to hear Josh Taylor speak at the For Action Conference in January. He’s a YouTube sensation who is developing a fantastic brand with a solid purpose. Be there with us: http://trainingminds.org/action.
Wendy and I love homeschooling and consider ourselves strong advocates. However, there is a thread of poison that is worth discussing.
I’m building a bus specifically for you, and I want you to come on the journey with me. Bear with me as I explain. It’ll be worth your time and consideration.
When you think about it, Wendy’s hypothesis makes a lot of sense, and it helps us better understand how the male and female brains work.
Since February I have been on a strict sleep pattern that that has (1) improved my sleep quality, (2) increased my productivity by at least 50% per week, and (3) made me less tired and more alert throughout my waking day. Sounds fascinating, doesn’t it?
Have you ever attended an online webinar where the room participants were hidden from view? I always wonder if I’m the only one there. The hosts talk as if they’re talking to an entire audience, but in reality, it’s just me.
I need people like Tom in my life. In a way, the For Action Conference is a group of mentors standing on one side of an active life looking over to its attendees saying, “We think you’re aiming too low.”
I’m heading up to the mountains again for another elk hunt, this time with high powered rifles in the hands of two of my sons, Isaiah and Noah. I love these refreshing escapes from the daily grind. I don’t like overuses of metaphors, but I think hunting metaphors work very well. I learn so much […]