Going to be a brief roundup of this week’s Steve’s Sunday Selections…
As you know, I’m a big fan of leverage. That’s why I recommend you take a look at Denise’s article on how to leverage your blog content. Implementing all of these techniques will maximize the results you’re getting from each article that you write.
Okay, I have to admit that I’m a closet online game player. So while I don’t have to time to do this anymore, I thoroughly enjoyed Mars’s guest post about having a strategy when it comes to your blog.
Goals are great, but you must have a reason for them. If you’re having trouble with finding the right reason for your goals, then you should definitely take a look at Ben’s post.
I approach many things in life with the ready, fire, aim approach. That’s why I found Tara’s to be extremely interesting. Here, you’ll discover 10 practices for learning while doing something. In my opinion, the best way to pick up a skill is to learn the many ways to NOT do it.
I believe that most people should try to become self-employed. But many others don’t think this way. No matter what you think, I recommend you add your thoughts to Donald’s discussion about whether self-employment is the way to go.
If you have an entrepreneur mindset, then you probably have a number of ideas every day about how to succeed. The hard part is to know which is a good idea and which isn’t? That’s why I think you should read Karol’s article about when to kill a good idea.
Since I’m currently traveling and working at the same time, I always look for little tips for improving my experience. With Chris’s article on the top 10 travel tips for entrepreneurs, I gained a few extra pointers that I can use during the next few months.
This article needs more than a simple one line introduction. Written by Tim Ferris, author of the 4 Hour Workweek, it’s an excellent resource that I HIGHLY recommend you take a half hour and fully digest.
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