Balance is a misunderstood tactic and strategy that my mentors taught me to define the way successful men always have. In turn, I pass it on to who I am guiding towards success. On its surface, it’s perceived as the need to be “well rounded” or even worse, a “Jack of All Trades and Master of None”. -> Master ONE!
Every Man Wants To Be Free, Until He Has To Do The Things Men Must Do To Free Themselves! I freed myself from the gilded cage of faux “Job Security” because it has never existed for anyone I have ever known. I work for myself. My good name and reputation are the only things I have ever needed for true job security.
Being a Freelancer and Digital Nomad isn’t just for people traveling the world. I know quite a few successful people who work from home and use the internet as a secondary, supplemental, or only source of income.
I have helped quite a few friends get started writing; I show them the easy part first. That’s how to set up WordPress or how to Podcast. It takes an hour to learn, maybe a few more minutes if I didn’t explain well.
The hard part comes later, after the first few posts/articles/podcasts are published. We all have 4-5 great stories in our heads. After that, we have to dig. The writing process is easier now than it ever has been in the past.
God Mode is what happens when you discover the ultimate hack, the cheat code that unlocks invulnerability, that special item that makes everyone else look like they are standing still while you’re flying circles around the earth. Think of J.R.R. Tolkiens’ One Ring, only better!
Besides my stunning good looks, the thing that I am complemented on most is my writing. I’ve helped quite a few of my friends to re-write their profiles and they have all seen a big boost in people wanting to get to know them better, professional and personally. Here is how I did it. ->
What follows is an article written by guest columnist and contributor, Owl.
One of my hobbies as a writer, when I am looking for inspiration is analyzing poetry. This particular task was given and explained to me in high school and later required in college.