I grew up with a hippie/alcoholic father, who couldn’t have stayed put in one place had he been chained down by Hercules himself. My father was one part Ginny’s dad from Forest Gump, one part Homer Simpson, one part David Thoreau and two parts Dick Van Dyke from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. A brilliantly creative …

 

Thoughts on what constitutes a “fakeapreneur” and how to avoid becoming one. (Audio lecture length 39:59)

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With Infinity Wars coming out this Friday, I decided to create a data visualization of how all 31 confirmed characters in Infinity Wars relate to each other and the other movies in the MCU. I hope you enjoy! This is a short video showing how the visualization works. If you want to explore it yourself …

 

Growing Beyond Myself

As a tennis player and former home-schooler turned prosumer and solopreneur, I’ve always taken pride in, and quite honestly, preferred, to do things alone. It most def has something to do with learning to enjoy the solitude and isolation of my upbringing. Growing up in remote locations, where the emphasis was clearly placed on being …

 

The negativity associated with the term “Jack of all trades” is resulting in a net loss for the world. As a creative entrepreneur it is vital you overcome the fear of people’s disapproving opinions, and discipline yourself to maximize the greatest scare resource of all – time. (Audio lecture length 19:57)

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As I admit in the video, I feel a little silly posting this screencast because the latest version of Premiere has made it so easy it almost doesn’t need a tutorial. However, I searched it on YouTube myself and most of the videos that I found were a little outdated so I thought I’d post …

 

Ruminating on why the entrepreneurial community is obsessed with becoming something that isn’t even real, tips on how to avoid the temptation to inflate your valuation, and answers to the first question submitted by a Muthonomics listener. (Audio lecture length 30:19)

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Incredibly valuable lessons I learned from doing one of the worst chores imaginable as a kid. Warning, this lecture is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. (Audio lecture length 24:17)

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How Do You “Get Happy”?

Musings on how to find contentment and happiness in a world obsessed with pursuing social media validation.

 

If you’re struggling with FUD in your business you need to embrace the real possibility that your sole purpose in life may be to help Kevin Costner fall in love. (Audio length 3:37)

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