If you want to make a difference in the world, you must find your own voice.
My friend Chris Brogan wrote a great post last year, in which he posits that Seth Godin has already said or written everything Chris ever will.
It made me smile, and think of how I recently wrote that all of my brain-surgerization advice could basically be found in the Bible.
But I didn’t mean to say that I have nothing new to offer the world, and neither did Chris.
Here’s the thing: there’s nothing new under the sun. It was true back when King Solomon said it, and it’s still true today.
Over the past year, Lisa and I have learned a lot about marketing and online businesses, since my book release and all that has gone into promoting it. Something we’ve noticed: all the gurus are saying the same things, over and over.
Matt Ham is dedicated to helping people be rich in all the ways that last.
His own journey through life led him to discover the principles of a truly rich life, and he shares those RICH Principles in his new book, Redefine Rich.
Matt helps people discover true richness, joy and contentment in their lives. Matt and his wife, Liz live in Wilmington, North Carolina and have three sons.
You’ll be blessed and inspired by getting to know Matt Ham.
April 25, 2015
Antonio Centeno has led men into combat, and he can lead you into a better, more squared-away life.
Antonio is the founder of www.RealMenRealStyle.com and www.ATailoredSuit.com. He has created over 1000 articles & videos on men’s style, blogs over at the www.ArtofManliness.com, and is the creator of the internet’s best style course for professionals – A Man’s Guide To Style.
Over 100,000 people read Antonio Centeno’s blog every week. His story is inspirational, and he’ll help you decide it’s time to start today.
Chris Brogan is a New York Times bestselling author and a leader in the world of online entrepreneurship.
He’s also my friend, business coach, and a brilliant tactical thinker.
You’re going to love Chris Brogan. His story is inspiring, and his business is equipping people to own their lives, to be the CEO of their own space. Chris has made a huge difference in my life, in Lisa’s life, and he can help you too.
Chris Brogan is a man on a mission to help other people succeed. He’s done it in many ways, and he’s constantly reinventing himself and his businesses to accomplish that mission. From being one of the early proponents of podcasting and blogging, to fame and success as a speaker and writer, to now running a huge online empire of businesses with over half a million followers, Chris Brogan walks the walk.
In this episode, he shares his story of how he gets back up again when he falls, and how leaders find a way even when it looks like they’re lost.
It happens to all of us sometimes: That moment when you want to quit.
By ‘us,’ I mean every aspiring writer, artist, entrepreneur and anyone else who feels compelled to start doing something new. The creators, the innovators, the new Wright Brothers.
Raise your hand if you have a perfectly good job, but you find yourself up at insane hours working on that novel, crafting your perfect blog post, or sketching that widget for your patent application.
That’s right: I’m talking to you.
I received an email the other day from a friend who has one of the most awesome jobs in the world. It’s really cool, trust me.
But my friend isn’t satisfied. It’s not the money; he makes plenty. It’s that he’s got a nagging sense that he’s supposed to publish books.
He started a publishing company. He’s blogging, writing. And he’s terrific.
He writes really moving stuff. It’s helped me a lot. He’s inspiring to me, not just because his day job is so interesting, but also as an entrepreneur, businessman, and artist.
But in his email, my friend said: “I’m just not seeing any success as an entrepreneur. Maybe I should hang it up.”
Can you relate to my friend’s frustration?