Steve’s Sunday Selections – May 16th, 2010

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.

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How To Manage Your “Work” Time During Long-Term Travel

It’s been two weeks since I’ve landed in Europe and begun my half-year journey. And already I’ve learned a number of things about myself. Specifically, I’ve discovered that it IS possible to blend a moderate amount of work while fully enjoying a rich travel experience.

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How Much “Luggage” Can You Carry?

The topic of this post has been on been on my mind lately. Also, I have to give credit to my new friend Adriana who gave me the idea for this title…

I did a lot of research while planning my trip to Europe. Those photographs of famous landmarks on travel websites had me oohing and ahhing just as much as you’d expect they would.

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30DSHS- Make Three New Friends Each Day

It’s time for the 5th installment of the 30 Day Success Habits Series. (A monthly column where I discuss the habits that I’m trying to develop for the next 30 days)

For the month of May, I’m going to do something that will really push my comfort zone. It’s something that I’ve done in a past, but got out of the habit in the last few years.

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Building Up Your Street Cred

One of the main topics of this site has always been lifestyle design and figuring out what you need to do in order to achieve your dreams.

Far too many people wind up in careers they hate only because they felt compelled to follow in their parents’ footsteps, and others are afraid to leave their dead-end jobs and attempt to go out on their own.

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Work Anywhere By Being Location Independent

Growing up, I had an uncle who the whole family thought was a bit of a whack job.

Whenever they spoke about Uncle Rick, some of my relatives would roll their eyes and nod their heads in unison with sympathetic glances and sighs. “Oh, Uncle Rick is in the Everglades or Uncle Rick is mountain climbing in South America” were the typical responses that I heard when I asked if he would be joining us for Christmas.

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Escape Plan Update #2

I’m writing this post in a bar on South Beach, Miami; watching Manchester United play Munich in the UEFA Champions League. So I feel it’s only natural to give another update on my long term travel plans.

In the last few weeks, a lot has happened in regards to my trip. There’s not much time left and there are many things I have to get done.

Here are a few things that have happened…

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