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Always Do Your Best. What You Plant, You Will Harvest Later.

“Always do your best. What you plant, you will harvest later.” — Og Mandino Years ago, I wrote a book called, The Silk Merchant. It was set in ancient times. Two-thousand years ago, it centered around the life of Pontus, one of the greatest silk traders who had ever lived. Shunned as the bastard son of a king named, Tiberius, and although he …

How To Make Money Blogging

10 Surefire Ways You Can Make Money Blogging

I remember seeing this shirt years and years ago. It was pretty funny actually. Well, you might not think so. Especially if you’re considering a career as a blogger. But, mind you, this was well before I even considered starting a blog, let alone trying to come up with ways I could actually make money while doing it. Want to …

How To Build A Lifestyle Business

How To Build A Lifestyle Business

As the world is gripped in this 9-to-5 rat race we call life, a new breed of work is emerging. From the entrepreneurial ethers and genetic fibers that make most human beings tick, we’ve begun to elevate the luxury of time and travel above mere financial gain. And thanks to the ever-burgeoning global internet connectivity that’s exponentially accelerating, building a …

Top 10 Blog Post Ideas

10 Blog Post Ideas To Drive Serious Traffic

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” — Benjamin Franklin I’m in the midst of building a comprehensive course about blogging. But not just any course. Specifically, how you can make money blogging. It’s called the 7-figure blog. So I got to thinking. What are some of the best blog posts ideas that help to drive tons of …

17 Life Lessons

17 Life Lessons Learned from Failure

“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”  — Henry Ford I am a failure. In the truest sense of the word. I have failed repeatedly. And I’ll continue to fail. But as much as failure hurts. As much as it makes us want to scream in terror or run for our lives, it’s the source …