Why you should fly Cubana
Carl Hoffman recently caught my attention by traveling the world using whatever means the local population used to travel, including rickety airplanes, dilapidated trains, and roach infested ferries.
The thing that struck me about this relatively affluent American who traveled the world this way was that he just decided to do it one day. He decided to do something daring and perhaps dangerous, and he didn’t fabricate a bunch of fake prerequisites or excuses that prevented him from making it happen. He wanted to do it, so he made it happen.
There was something that drew me in about his story that I didn’t quite understand until read this interview from Worldhum.com:
Did traveling this way change the way you see travel, or change the way you see the world?
It reinforced the notion that we have nothing to fear. That fear stops us from experiencing so many wondrous things. [Emphasis mine.]
There it is, the missing element that drew me to Carl. We have nothing to fear. Grab life by the scruff and live the hell out of it.
Goal Mapping Alpha
It's finally ready! [As promised], the alpha version of my Goal Mapping software is ready. For those of you who aren't down with geek lingo, an “alpha version” is a complete piece of software, but it has only been tested by the developer (me), so it has loads of bugs, it's probably ugly, and may not do everything that later version will do. For those of you who didn't have a chance to read my [previous post about Goal Mapping], here's a brief rundown: > Goal Mapping enables you to create a plan with concrete steps to go from where...
Techzing Panel with Rob Walling
Click Here to Listen to the Techzing Panel Discusion with Rob Walling → I was on SoftwareByRob.com fame. We had a panel discussion which covered, among other topics: * Scaling a business using automation * Finding and managing freelancers * Building a content business versus building a software business * The value of growing an audience Plus, you'll find out more about what I've been up to with my publishing company in recent months. If anyone is interested in a transcript of this show, [like I did for the last show], leave me a comment. It's a lot of work,...