Imagine for a second, this dad screaming at his son at the top of his lungs. He’s yelling at him because his son wants to do his own thing. Because the son wants to choose his own music.
The poor kid gets berated for doing what he loves, versus doing what his dad thinks he should be doing. The dad likely wishes his son would just do what everyone else was doing. Doing what he likes. If only the boy would submit to his way of thinking, to his way of living.
I was dropping my kids off at school and one of the parents and I started chatting about money and investing.
The guy was an ex-military gunner who said he had a large chunk of money after doing some private military work overseas. We ended up getting a cup of coffee and started talking about money-making and investing.
It was just over a year ago, when this site was first willed into the world. What started out as a self-improvement site, quickly morphed into the virtual nudge you’ve come to know.
There were many struggles over the past year, even a brief identity crisis, but much was learned along the way. Certainly, the year was not all sunshine and rainbows, but, all in all, it was a success.
In this episode, Digital Nomad and New Media Maverick, Dan Western, shares valuable insights for anyone who has ever wanted to become a digital nomad.
Have you ever wanted to know how to become a digital nomad? Or what starting a successful online media brand typically looks like? If so, then this episode is for you, as Dan Western, the founder of WealthyGorilla.com, gives us some great behind-the-scenes insights on what it takes to start and run an online media company.
Founders, Matthew Roberts and Nathan Anderson tell us about their new passion-filled venture known as P.E.A.R. They give us some insight on how they came up with their business idea, while also sharing why they are so driven to bring this product to the market.
If you want to be inspired, listen, and learn from these two guys… guys, who are out there in the arena, who are not sitting back waiting for things to happen…but instead, are out their striving to make things happen, then you want to tune in to this episode.
Welcome to episode 26 of the Greatness Project. In this episode, I chat with international Rockstar entrepreneur Evan Carmichael.
In this episode, Evan and I chat about a range of things, including his past, the tough decisions he’s had to make between financial security and following his heart, and his belief in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs as a force for good in the world.
One of the key ingredients to achieving success and winning in life, is effort. In fact, it may be the only ingredient to success that each of us has the ability to control.
From most of my research (and life experiences) I’ve observed that the amount of effort and intensity that one applies to a given task, goal, or vision; is directly related to the quality and swiftness of that goal’s completion.
Check out these 100 Awesome Quotes on effort to help you in your pursuit of higher success,
There is a reason why the word success is held in such high esteem. It’s because it’s not easy to achieve. While hard work and dedication typically pave the way for success, studies have found that there are other characteristics that play equally important roles as well.
It has been found that most highly successful people have several characteristics in common. The purpose of this post, is to provide you with these traits to help prepare you for your higher success.
Early in my professional career I had what every young aspiring professional usually wants, especially right after graduating from college. For starters, I was offered employment before my last semester had even officially ended.
Just three days after I walked the stage at my Alma mater, I found myself employed as a contractor with the U.S. Department of Defense. The job was in an entirely new city, which added a sense of adventure. And I was getting paid quite handsomely.
Astonishingly, just two years later, I would find myself working in an even bigger city, with a ‘hipper’ company, and a cushier job, all the while receiving an even larger pay check (40% higher). One would think such outcomes would lead to higher levels of happiness and fulfillment for a person.
Oddly; this was not the case for me. I had this nagging feeling inside of me at the time. It was this internal sense that I wasn’t living up to my potential. I just wasn’t fulfilled with what I was doing. Maybe you can relate.
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