How to Change the World

How to Change the World is an eye opening document that first explores a hard look at our reality, then follows with a pragmatic discussion of what we can DO about it.   Small actions X lots of people = big change.   Change begins with awareness and consciousness. If we all took a moment to simply view the world as it […]

Do Introverts Make Better Solopreneurs?

Contrary to popular opinion, introverts are NOT shy, anti-social, moody nor depressed.  Most introverts want NOT to BE alone, but rather to be LEFT alone.   They want important people in their lives and to have some level of a social life.  They just tend to prefer smaller groups over crowds and need the space to escape now and then from […]

Solopreneur Survival Kit

Ever seen this clever survival kit idea idea. Seems a perfect collection for the solopreneur who is working toward a successful online presence. The online solopreneur is a rare breed, and maybe best understood and appreciated particularly by others in the same lifestyle. It takes real passion to stick with it sometimes, and also a high […]

Why New Year’s Resolutions are Like a One Night Stand

Have your New Year’s resolutions ever been like a one night stand? Seemed good at the time and yet vanished quickly? Lots of people have regrets and hang-ups about making them cause they vanish so quickly. Ever feel like even stating resolutions is just setting yourself up for failure? Ever treated ‘resolutions’ like a random […]

The Diary of an Elevator Speech Dropout

If you don’t have a polished ‘elevator pitch’ you might feel like the odd one out at a traditional networking event. When asked, “What do you do for a living?” do you have a ready answer? A quick ‘elevator speech’ that’s clear and concise? A well composed elevator speech might have the moxie to hit […]

Think Before You Link to Squeeze Pages: Infographic

Think Before You Link!

Confused why EZine Articles is “cracking down” on linking to a Squeeze Page? Here’s why ezine articles allows some squeeze page links and not others. They say that in order for a squeeze page link to be allowed, it must be designed with the user in mind and contain key elements of value to build […]

The Internet, Your Brain and Information Overload

Has the internet effected the way you think? Do you suppose your memory and thought processes have become altered due to the time you spend on the internet daily? Nicholas Carr thinks so. He recently published a highly rated book called The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains Carr points out the […]

Is Learning New Technology EASY?

Struggling with learning about an online microbiz? Oh MY but there are many skills involved with technology and social media, eh? You are likely quite skilled in other areas and yet finding it frustrating to get a handle on this process and all the different skills and strategies involved. I get that. In fact, this […]

Do Your Goals Embrace Change?

Most traditional goal planning is virtually meaningless in the avalanche of changes our modern world delivers. Forces like technology and social media call into question everything we believe to be true about the way business operates. What we see and accept as reality today often changes in the blink of an eye. Strategy for setting […]

Priorities & Big Rocks

Here’s a short inspiring story for when life gets stressful.   There are a few versions of this epic inspirational story about the big rocks and the jar.  The original version was made famous by Stephen Covey in his title “First Things First”.   In one version, golf balls were used to depict our big […]