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Money Acceptance and a Lack Mindset
As the recession dug in its heels, and people sunk further into depression, it became necessary to educate as much as possible about the dangers of what became known as a ‘lack’ or ‘poverty’ mindset. […]

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Client Spotlight: Holly Matthews

New feature on the blog. I want to shine a spotlight on some of my amazing clients. I’ve already posted a video here with one major niche superstar client of mine, Ray Higdon, whom I helped to become an author. […]

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Spoon Theory for Indiepreneurs

Spoon Theory
If you don’t know about spoon theory, this is where it came from. Thanks to Ann Holloway for making me aware of it. I love the fact that it came from a site called “but you don’t look sick“* […]

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Sleeping in Someone Else’s Time Zone

Are you a 9-5 worker? Really? If you could work any hours you like, which hours would you actually work? Now, this won’t work for everyone, but if you have total freedom over when to work, which many of those […]

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Do You Have FOMO… or FOMOOMO?

Do you have FOMO? Fear Of Missing Out? Maybe, but if you’re marketing anything online, the chances are that you may have something way more serious… FOMOOMO:
Fear Of Missing Out On Marketing Online.
FOMOOMO – The Truth
People may not have told […]

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Naysayers Gonna Naysay

 
Got Haters?
Seen a few people dealing with some haters in the last couple of weeks, so I thought I’d share some thoughts on the matter.

Tell your truth. Tell your absolute truth. You will get haters. Who cares? You care? […]

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How I Got 100s of Listens As a Newbie Singer on Soundcloud

Fess up time. I’m not a total newb to singing. I was actually in a band for a couple of years, and made a couple of albums. Many tales of randomness and debauchery. None will be shared here. However, I […]

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Shock Nerd Confession! (How Glasses Reduce Wrinkles)

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Do You Support Your Local Shopkeepers?

I remember when supermarkets were first introduced to England. The shops down the high streets were separated into their particular areas of expertise: butchers, bakers, candlestick makers. Well… maybe not candlestick makers, but certainly haberdashers’, newsagents’, sweet shops, hardware stores, […]

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Trolls, Bullies and Meanies, Or Helpful Co-Creators?

Many of my clients have come to me about trolls and the like, recently. They want to know how to deal with the way they feel when they’re criticised, and they’re struggling with the idea that they fully create every […]

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