Well, it’s been a while since I’ve written anything here, because quite frankly, I’ve been busy/sick/on holidays.
So, how’s my excellent quest to escape cubicle nation going?
Over here, you can read what I was aiming for. Independence from cubicle nation within 24 months. Of course, I didn’t write a plan, because I don’t believe in them – they limit you. Plus I constantly self adjust course, so, beyond some high level goals, I don’t do detailed plans. I find they also get in the way of implementation and execution. Any great idea is worth nothing without good execution.
recently registered a domain (that I had big plans for) and promptly forgot that I had it. After all, I am pretty bloody busy, and I have a lot of domains (I sometimes go into ideas overload and always secure the domain right away).
Anyway, yesterday I had an email hit my inbox from someone who is (probably) becoming a friend. Additionally, he’ll be doing some promo/affiliate work for me for my (Totally Excellent) Cycling Through France guide.
Ok, so I bang on about this (both to remind myself and maybe inspire you), but it’s time for you to Get off Your Arse and Make Shit Happen (MSK).
It’s hard. But if you have passion and believe in yourself, you can do it, just like in Water Boy.
Launching your own business?
Confused where to start? Don’t even have the foggiest idea where to start?
You’re not alone.
The barriers to entry have never been lower, there have never been more people to help, so read on to get started.
Additionally, I want to be able to help the environment and other people through volunteer work, running programs to get at-risk/troubled kids to the snow and surf and sharing this journey with you so you can see that it’s totally possible to rid yourself of the corporate yoke and bind yourself to your full potential as you deserve, and indeed, are obligated to (by virtue of the fact you’re walking the Earth).
Not so much am I liking some of the things we do to each other.
The following two videos demonstrate two examples of a Lovemark. Music – this is nothing new – has an incredible ability to lift one from the lowest lows and empower you, impart a sense of rightness. That everything will be ok.
Here’s why I love Jeremy Jones. You don’t need to be a snowboarder to see the amazingness of this guy and what he does.