I love building internet businesses, but I don’t just build them and blog about them for fun. Oh sure, don’t get me wrong – creating an online business is fun – but I do it for...Read More
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At times building an online business can seem like an uphill struggle. You can work long, hard hours investing both your time and money only to come out the other side with little or no...Read More
photo credit: Nanagyei – Still has some catching up to do.. I may be tempting fate by saying it but it looks like spring may finally be arriving here in the UK. Today is about...Read More
photo credit: © Ahmed Amir In 1997 I went off to university – an experience that would change my life – but not for the obvious reasons. Sure, I studied hard, I got good grades...Read More
photo credit: Xelcise When we think about dream lifestyles it’s tempting to picture in your head an image of the lifestyles of the “rich and famous”. The sort of lifestyle where you attend Hollywood movie premiers, date a model, live in a huge mansion in Bel Air and have a collection of supercars to choose...[ Click to Continue ]
photo credit: claudiogennari Since I launched my first webite in 2000 I have tried just about everything out there from minisites to authority sites, from SEO to PPC, from affiliate marketing to ebook selling and have made a huge number of discoveries. I have also either proved or disproved a number of popular internet “golden...[ Click to Continue ]
photo credit: ecastro In the early days of a new blog internet business can seem pretty lonely. You’re working hard to produce the best possible content, trying to get the word out about what you’re doing and build up a readership but it’s easy to get demotivated. The internet is full of sites started with good intentions but...[ Click to Continue ]
photo credit: [Satbir] My girlfriend just threw me out. I won’t go into the reasons why but I was given one hour to pack and leave. And let me tell you – an hour doesn’t give you long to grab your belongings. What would you have done in that situation? What would you have grabbed?...[ Click to Continue ]
photo credit: erix! I think it’s fair to say that Tim Ferriss really kick-started the whole “lifestyle design” movement with the Four Hour Work Week and through recommendations in his book, on Amazon and from other people interested in the topic a number of other books have become “must reads” for those of us interested...[ Click to Continue ]
photo credit: woodleywonderworks A few years ago I set out to lose a serious amount of weight. I wasn’t huge by any stretch of the imagination but over the course of a few years I had seen my weight slowly increase as my waist size went from 32″ to 36″. Nobody called me “fat” but...[ Click to Continue ]