This ain’t another post about Pomodoro, time-blocking, finding your “optimal work time”, or any other of those other common work from home productivity tips you’ve heard 1000 times.
That’s all good stuff. But if it was working, would you be reading this?
It’s time to think outside the box.
In this post, I’m gonna show you some new and … Continue Reading
Just remember the process of writing starts messy then gets neat:
→ Have lots of disorganized thoughts ←
→ Put into disorganized writing ←
→ Edit, organize, trim ←
→ Nice output ←
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That title pretty much explains this whole experiment!
We got Catheryn Lavery, the CEO of Best Self Co to let us use them as test subjects, and show us the resulting numbers.
See if I can write a flash sale email about a physical product:
We chose the Best Self Journal.
Some extra criteria for … Continue Reading
I’ve been lazy AF and never got this little book I had planned done. In fact I have it listed as a goal on FOUR different months, and still haven’t done it:
Sometimes you’ve just gotta admit you’re a lazy asshole and ask for help.
This applies to most “groups” such as friend groups, political parties, social networks, and countries.
This means you can have an outsized impact by creating content.
So let’s say … Continue Reading
As a writer who’s written thousands of articles and worked with thousands of clients, here are the the top features I personally use in Google Docs that you might not know about:
I accidentally built my dream sit/standing desk, here’s how.
As a person who has worked from home in some sort for 15+ years, I’ve been through every iteration of desk you can imagine.
My “Dream Desk” would include:
✅ Adjustable height at the push of a button.
✅ Drawers (surprisingly hard to find on a standing desk).
✅ Cable … Continue Reading
A simple digital product got this bar an extra $49,000, plus moved them into a Physical + Digital hybrid.
Bars and restaurants are generally understood to be low margin businesses with few revenue streams.
But they don’t need to be.
For example, we built a “digital bartending school” that made us $49,000+ in addition to what we were already making.… Continue Reading
So, you’ve decided to try accepting money for freelance work. That’s great!
But you might have a bunch of little questions in your head that hold you back. Well here’s 25-ish freelancing questions that are known to stump many new writers and freelancers and block their progress.
Let’s avoid that by figuring out these answers before you hit a wall. … Continue Reading
Wondering if it’s worth it to work for free?
Maybe you wanna beef up your portfolio.
Maybe you think you need experience to land paid gigs.
Or maybe you’re completely new and have no idea where else to start.
Wherever you’re at, this article will help. I’m gonna show you…