The laptop lifestyle has been all the rage since Tim Ferriss’ book, The 4 Hour Work Week hit the scene in 2007. Twelve years later, a lot of entrepreneurs are still applying his principles. Even Tim admits he works way more than 4 hours a week, but what we all learned from his book was that being chained to a desk isn’t the future of work. This collective eye-opening has resulted in a vast majority of entrepreneurs and employees alike giving it a go. Lucky for us, technology has dramatically evolved, enabling more people to work on their own terms.
Current situation: Home all day with a 3 year old and a 1 year old. #sendhelp #bringwine #whatwasithinking
If you work from home, you know there are distractions around every corner - sometimes with sticky fingers holding cheese and crayons.
Now that I’m juggling more than just myself and my business, I have to get really intentional with the little free time I do have (aka: nap time).
Even if you don’t have kids, keep reading, you most likely still have distractions and could benefit from getting maximum output from the time you put in.
No doubt you've heard of couch surfing: borrowing someone's couch to crash on for a short period of time as a way to travel, escape, or "get back on your feet." But have you ever heard of "brain surfing?"
Heather LeFevre, author of "Brain Surfing: the Top Marketing Strategy Minds in the World" decided she would take the concept of couch surfing and applying it to some of the top marketing brains in the world.
And sleep on their couch.
It's almost Thanksgiving!! For the past couple of years, I've sent out 5 apps/services that I'm grateful for and I get a ton of response from everyone. Usually, GeniusScanand FollowUpThen.com are on the list - but this year, I have a new set to rev your biz engine.
So here we go! My top 5 apps/services that I'm grateful for in 2017!
"The difference that makes the difference.”
Gregory Bateson, an English anthropologist is credited with this phrase. He was talking about information and how it can affect things. What information can we know that will completely change the situation/experiment/culture?
The subtle difference that makes a huge difference.