The #1 Problem Every Business Owner Must Face

–> The first website I ever wrote was for my freelance marketing business. And it was a flaming pile of trash. I wasn’t sure what I was supposed to be saying, and it showed! –> In college, I took a job just because I was eager to add a new line to …

Making Friends & Avoiding Loneliness While Working from Home

Today’s factoid: I was 7 years old when I first started working from home. Well… it was technically homeschooling. But homeschooling is an awful lot like working from home. I had to manage my own time, use my own resources to complete my assignments—oh, and of course, I had make …

What Do You Want?

If I’ve learned anything over my journey thus far, it’s that there are two questions that are central to everything in our businesses, relationships, and lives. And yet, few of us take the time to ask them. 1. What do you want? As business people, we’re doers. We’re quick to …

Key Ideas from The War of Art

I recently got my hands on a copy of The War of Art, a book by Steven Pressfield (not to be confused with The Art of War by Sun Tzu… though the bookstore assistants definitely couldn’t keep it straight). I thought it might be a good read to stay motivated with my New …