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So a fair number of people advocate for making your passion your business. I think that's a bad idea, and I'll tell you why, but let's go the other direction first. Do you even have to like what your business does? Now, I'm not saying that you sho…

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Admit it. We've all been there. Someone forwarded you a Grant Cardone or Gary Vee video and you said, "Stop with the #hustle content already." But then, at some point, when you got past the hate, for one reason or another you realized you might even…

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Marketing is a job that's never done. There's always something that can be optimized or introduced or tried for the first time, knowing it might fail. What's important to realize is that in local services particularly, a lot of small operators are p…

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One of the most frequently-recurring interactions on Twitter is people asking me, "how do I do what you did?" I love being able to share, which I often do in threads or private DM conversations. I thought it would make sense to share some of the bro…

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My co-host for the Remote Local Podcast, Johnny Robinson, recently told me he spent $50,000 on joining a peer group that was focused on e-learning businesses. Fifty grand. After I picked up my jaw and he explained some of the other advantages he'd…

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I recently had the chance to sit down with Dan Andrews, one of the brains behind Dynamite Jobs, an amazing remote job board. He's also the host of the Tropical MBA podcast (which, if you aren't already listening to, do it already!). Our conversation…

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A few years ago I was pretty content with how my business was systematized. I had put EOS Lite in place, I was happy with the people in my business, and I had a clear path ahead of me. I knew what I needed to grow the company. But my personal life…

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Earlier this year I shared some thoughts on the State of the Digital Nomad Life. I talked about the fact that there are still plenty of newbies hitting the scene, but that there had been a strong shift to the home base strategy during the pandemic. …

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One of the great pleasures of hosting the Remote Local Podcast is the chance to learn from fellow entrepreneurs what they would do if they had to start all over today (that's a question I like to ask). In this article I'm going to link a few of thos…

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If you haven't read Gino Wickman's legendary book Traction, stop reading this for a moment, buy it, then come back here and keep reading. Once you've read it, you get a sense of just how much simpler it can be to run a company, and how much more pow…

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