Category Archives for "Online Business Philosophy"

a minimalist approach to online business (working less and earning WAY MORE)

Is bigger always better? The point of running a business is to make money — so more money means your company is more successful, right? And a bigger business makes more money, right? Well, not always. While bigger businesses often generate more annual revenue, they do so at a much higher cost. That’s because with […]

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How I run my business in just 20 hours/week

10 years ago, I was running a small music school in the Willamette Valley. In a lot of ways, it was a great gig! > I spent my time working with music & kids. > It was easy and fairly enjoyable. > I was even — kind of — my own boss. But it wasn’t […]

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How to Reach BIG Goals

How I reach my big goals

Have you ever started a new year with renewed enthusiasm for reaching your biggest goals only to find that by February 1st, you’re discouraged, in a slump, or have completely forgotten about your well-meant plans for the year? You’re not alone. According to Forbes Magazine, only 8% of people stick with their resolutions with any […]

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How To Find Good Opportunities

We all have goals, right? And we all want to become successful — whether that means becoming a published author, traveling the world, or making a million dollars. But, here’s the thing: in order to reach our goals and becomes successful, we have to get good opportunities so that we can move forward. We can’t […]

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13 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Blogging

13 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Blogging I started my first blog about ten years ago… and quit it after my second post. Since that time I’ve started a half-dozen blogs, including two that became quite successful. There were SO many things that I didn’t know when I started blogging. What I […]

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3 Ways to “Invest In Your Business”

What does it mean to “Invest in Your Business” anyway? Back when I started my first business (and, really, probably for a good 7+ years after that) I was eating up everything I could get my hands on about business growth and personal development. Often, I ran into the advice, “Invest in your business.” I […]

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