Recently, I realized that doing what I love consistently and regularly over a long period of time has attracted some of the most important opportunities and successes of my life. In this article, I share how exactly that happened.
One an apartment tour the other day, I learned a powerful lesson from the leasing agent that helped me upgrade my home to 30,000 square feet of space.
I hate breaking a great morning routine that took me years to develop. However, last 14 months I’ve done nothing but reinvent my daily routines and rituals. Here’s what I learned.
For 20 years I have been chasing the perfect morning routine. Then I realized that I shouldn’t be working for my morning routine. Instead my morning routine should be working for me.
Sometimes I think back to all of the things I should have started or done earlier in life. It makes me wonder if it’s too late to start now. A walk by the seaside helped me have a breakthrough shift in my thinking about this.
Understanding your problem is critical to solving it. No matter how awesome your idea may seem, if it does not solve a problem, it will struggle to become financially viable. Problem = Market Opportunity. To transform any idea from concept to creation, there needs to be a market for that idea. One of the biggest […]