How to Stay Sane When The World is Crumbling Around You

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 13, 2015

I’m currently homeless. It’s really not a good look when women ask me where I live. I’ve set foot in six countries so far this year and it’s only January 10th. Wtf, I ask myself? How do I stay sane? How can I create a home away from home that keeps me grounded, healthy, productive, and happy? It all comes down to habits. Forget your external environment– what is important…

5 Things to Do Before Turning 30

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / January 8, 2014

What you do in your late teens and 20’s really defines the type of person you are and who you will become.  Where you go, the people you meet, what you learn…it all sets the stage for the rest of your life.  What you have to ask yourself is how big of a stage do you want to be on. I’m a 21-year-old college drop out that decided…

You Better Adjust…If You Want to Make Money

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 9, 2011

In October, my posting, “The 5 Things in Business that College Can’t Teach” reviewed 5 important qualities and abilities that are essential for entrepreneurs. 1.      The ability to Adjust 2.      The ability to Persevere 3.      The ability to have “Blinders” 4.      The desire to keep Learning 5.      The ability to stay Hungry These qualities are of such an utmost importance that this is part 1 of 5 in…

5 Struggles & Lessons Learned While Starting A Business

by / ⠀Startup Advice / June 28, 2011

Let’s face it – starting a business in this day and age and in this economy can be scary, even downright terrifying.  There’s so many “what ifs” to think about which seems to deter millions of people of taking the plunge.  Here is a list of the top 5 challenges and struggles I have faced, which no doubt anyone can face, while starting their own business. My biggest challenge was…