Running your own business is the dream, isn’t it? It’s one filled with freedom and fun. Sure there is hard work as well, but you mostly dream about the freedom.
Author: Curtis McHale
Many of you will be starting out on your business life from a job. In fact, if you’re just coming out of school I recommend that you take a job in your field first.
We’ve read so many stories of people being successful either after dropping out of college or just after graduating.
I'm the oldest of 3 children, all boys. We were an unruly bunch. We spent lots of time in the forest doing things that most parents today would never let their kids do.
In his book Deep Work, Cal Newport introduces us to a term called Any-Benefit Thinking. He uses it in terms of social media when he says.
Late in 2016 I had a coaching client who proudly told me that she and her husband had just worked out a new work time deal. She was only going to work 14 hours a day, 6 days a week and only 2 hours a day on the seventh day.
They say that something like 80% of software and web design projects fail. If you said you'd be done in 3 weeks and 6 weeks later you're still working on the project, you've failed to meet your obligations.
If you're on my email list the first email you're going to get asks a simple question. It asks: What's the thing you're currently struggling with most? What's that thing that's holding your business back that you'd love to do better?
When you get started running your web business it’s pretty common for you to take any client that has a pulse and money. Some people may even decide than no pulse but money is a fine trade off, but you never can account for those Walking Dead fans.