Category: Business

Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

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  • Running your business is like a 50k race and Finding Nemo

    Sept 15th I ran my second 50km race, commonly called an Ultra Marathon because it’s longer than a marathon. Unfortunately this year I fell off a cliff at the end of July and messed up my ankle. That meant I was coming in to the race with two months of mostly no training. I had […]

  • Professional Jobs are Less Secure Than Everyone Told Us

    According to Global News, spending a bunch of time in University or College, then doing a bunch of low paid/maybe unpaid internship work will not mean that you get the reward you were promised. Whether you are a teacher, an engineer, or social worker, it doesn’t matter you’re more likely to be a contract worker […]

  • Tracking ACDC in your business

    In Clockwork they have a metric called ACDC and inside those 4 areas you need to track one thing to make sure that your business is running smoothly. Today we’re going to talk about what ACDC is and give a few examples of things you might track to make sure that your business is running […]

  • I Hate Twitter Threads and They Produce Little Value

    “Your “thread” should have been a blog post… Yes. All of them. Every time.” – Rhoneisms I agree with Patrick, Twitter threads are a terrible use of your content writing. There are so many awesome Twitter threads out there. This one on making sure your work isn’t devalued during review time…solid gold. Unfortunately for the […]

  • When Do You Charge for Calls as a Freelancer?

    I was talking with a group of freelancer’s recently and the question came up of when to charge for calls, and how much to charge for them. Some people always charged for calls, while some never did. Some people had a 30 minute consult for free and charged for the next call. Some people did […]

  • The Easy 3 Bucket System to Win at Writing

    It doesn’t matter what you do, you need to attract clients. You need to prove that you’re trustworthy. You need to continue to bring leads in to your pipeline. One of the best long term ways to do this is to start writing and publishing that writing. Yeah I know you’re a “developer” or a […]

  • How do I become a freelance web developer?

    First the question is, when is the right time to become a freelance developer? start working for someone else to learn the basics of your industry build out a plan to move out on your own negotiate with your spouse if you have one specialize and keep refining what you’re going to do Watch the […]

  • You’re Busy, your time is a gift

    There is a trap that so many business owners fall in to. It comes up when you have a past client that needs some advice. You happily answer some emails and give advice and continue to point them in the right direction. You figure at some point they’ll pay you for…something. You just keep sinking […]

  • To Win at Work You Need to Be Deliberate About Practice

    Deliberate practice isn’t a lot of fun, and it’s not immediately profitable. It means being in the pool before sunrise, working on your swing or stride when you could be hanging out with friends, practicing fingering or breathing in a windowless room, spending hours perfecting details that only a few other people will ever notice. […]

  • If You Avoid Sites like Upwork, how do you find work? I get why people ask this question, they just don’t have a name yet. No one knows that they provide their services. The thing that Upwork and similar sites provide is clients looking for people to do work. Drawbacks to Upwork and similar sites clients often racing to lower pricing you’re competing with lots […]