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Mentality & Personal Development

Covid dragging on and buying businesses – SG Weekly 94

Happy Monday folks, back with weekly update on business, lessons learned and more. Let’s jump in: What I’m working on Another week of Covid life in the books. They’re all different, but in a weird way, they all kinda feel the same. Not sure what it’s like where you folks are living, but my office …

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Ditching Focus, Spending Time and How to Write – SG Weekly 93

Hey folks, back with another SG weekly update on my last week in business. An exciting week gone by and ahead… let’s jump in, or listen to the audio version here: What I’m working on The B2B grind sure is a different beast than B2C. I’m not sure I’m doing this whole “focus” thing right, …

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Your Guide to Pandemic-Era Solopreneurship Success

It’s a scary time for many businesses, but it doesn’t have to be for solopreneurs. Why? Now is an excellent time to launch your big idea, get a crash course in growth, and start creating the life you’ve always wanted. Not convinced that now is the perfect time to pursue a solo gig (or to …

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Social Media in the 21st Century: How Communication and Convenience Converge

Thousands of years of evolutionary history and I happened to be born right before the prevalence of the internet. I experienced having to knock on a friend’s door to see if they were free to go outside, playing road hockey games until mom yelled,“Dinner’s ready!” and even had to approach girls in *gasp* real life …

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The Fastest Way to Growth for Solopreneurs

Whether you’re a budding solopreneur or a veteran with years of risk-taking under your belt, you’ve probably arrived at this visceral realization more times than you’d like to count: The journey of striking out on our own is one that is particularly brimming with challenges and headaches, and one of unending growth—in every way possible. …

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5 Steps to Stay Accountable and Improve Your Writing Process

Are there characters and a plot running crazy in your mind? Are you struggling with how to get them onto paper – or should I say finding time to get the words out? Here are 5 Simple Steps to Stay Accountable and bring those characters to life within your pages. Step 1: Save the Date! …

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson: Book Review and Key Takeaways

Here is another book review and this time I’m going to talk about the three key takeaways I took from reading one of the Steve Jobs’ biographies – this one by Walter Isaacson. The book is a pretty big one, and even if you don’t like Steve or Apple but want some great lessons in …

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How Solopreneurs Can Reduce Stress to Gain More Success

Most solopreneurs start their own businesses in pursuit of their dreams, but when stress begins taking a toll, instead of a dream-come-true, work can be more of a nightmare. Compounding the issue, you carry the full weight of your successes and failures, and sometimes the stress of carrying that burden can get in the way …

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Personal Updates and Shiny-Object Syndrome as a Solopreneur

I recently realized 2 things: I’ve been alluding to a newer project of mine without going into details on what it is, and I focus a LOT on the difficulties of being a solopreneur, and haven’t talked a lot about the good side! In part, I didn’t go into detail on #1 because I had …

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Tracking Your Business Focus and Motivation

As I’ve put in more and more time into my immigration tech idea, I’ve been thinking more about motivation, focus, and passion. What seems clear to me, especially after spending a few years on a few different companies, is how important your excitement level (or lack thereof) is regarding whatever it is you’re working on …

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