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27 Years, 27 Thoughts

Yesterday was my 27th birthday. That time when I think I can officially say, I’m in my later 20s, not mid. In any case, I’ve got 27 quick-hitting thoughts about life I’m going to share before I head out for my birthday drinkfest dinner celebration… You’ll notice quite a few of them boil down to […]

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Throwing Out The Bad Apples

I made a doozy of a mistake when I opened up Pro Niche Site a few months ago. One particular client had a few questions (more like 10), and I answered them repeatedly over email. That should have been my first warning. Then, he bought. And then, I had to explain to him exactly what […]

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Rationalizing Your Lack of Action With Women

A reader writes in to ask about the balance between business and women: “What do you say about neglecting women (almost entirely) to focus on making money and business? How can one handle that without female touch? I’m also curious on your thoughts about keeping sexual energy to fuel business (like I guess I’ve been […]

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How to Filter Time Wasters (and Burn The Bridge After)

There’s an important lesson I’ve learned. Read this post well. I promise that it will save you something incredibly valuable in the future. The most valuable thing: Your time. So… In online business, you never follow a restaurant business plan; giving the meal and then settling the check. In online business, you make people pay […]

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5 Dead Businesses, Their Replacements, and How You Can Prosper

From the now-defunct Nomad and Nerdy show (what was I thinking, really? 3 podcasts?)… I talk shop about some formerly prospering businesses, how they died, and who replaced them. And ultimately…what you should be looking out for in the coming years. Opportunity knocks. Subscribe: iTunes – RSS – PodBean – Google Play – Stitcher If you enjoy this podcast, please leave […]

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Millennials Won’t Ever Own Homes, Here’s Why

This post originally appeared here. In February of 2016, I walked out of my corporate job for the final time to my new life of freedom. I anticipated several years of being a poor digital nomad, scraping by with $1,000-$2,000 a month until my businesses got some traction, or I had to return to the […]

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The Biggest Rat Is Still a Rat

Got a great reader question I think is worth answering: QUESTION: “I know you’re not a fan of higher education or corporate jobs in general. But what do you think about these opportunities at the top? So you’re an engineer who was living in California. If you had the opportunity to go to Stanford and […]

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What To Do After You Finish College

In episode 99 of the show, I talk about what you should do after college and how the modern world is impacting post-college graduates. Relevant reading/listening: Why college was a waste of time (for me) Should you go to college? Build your online business Subscribe: iTunes – RSS – PodBean – Google Play – Stitcher If you enjoy this podcast, please […]

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