’m having my mid-life crisis. Not a buy-a-red-convertible or get-a-hot-new-twenty-something-guy kind of mid-life crisis, but the sort you have when you get home from a three-month digital nomadding stint in Vietnam and discover that bags potatoes have jumped to $15 (seriously! WTF potatoes?). We are moving back to South Korea for an unknown period of time. Maybe a year, maybe less, maybe more.
How to stop being your own barrier to putting yourself and your image out there and being more visible in business If you’re comfortable with the thought of ‘putting yourself out there’ you don’t need to read on. You don’t
I don’t normally think of science and writing in bed together, but there are some helpful tools, based on mathematical calculations, that can help improve your writing.
Yes, it’s true! Zombies can improve your writing. It all starts with writing in the active voice and avoiding the passive voice. Let me show you how.
There is an end date to this digital nomad adventure and that makes me sad. Our return date to Australia is fast approaching, nipping at my happy bubble. I am already grieving yet we are still here. A strange situation to find oneself in.
Curating good quality content to share with your target audience shouldn’t take too long if you have some ‘go to’ places bookmarked. Here are my favourite resources for content curation. I use these sites when I’m looking to schedule content in social media.
The shiny new object cycle Do you get the thrill of chasing shiny new objects, too? One day you are full-on enthusiastic about an idea and run with it 110%, thinking ‘Yes! This is THE ONE!’ And then a twinkle on
I made a decision last night. I was about to write ‘I made a tough decision last night’ but honestly, it wasn’t tough at all. I decided to dump my latest challenge even after I started promoting it.
Who would ever have thought the TV cartoon Peppa Pig would offer inspiration for entrepreneurs?
Before you get all uppity and start waving your entrepreneurial snob around, Peppa Pig screens in 180 countries and rakes in more than a cool billion dollars a year through merchandising and other spin-off sales. Now, if that doesn’t make you start to think about ways to anthropomorphise animals for a buck or two million, I’m not sure what will. But I want to focus on Miss Rabbit, the hardest working, superstar business woman on our small screens.
It’s been almost a month since we left Melbourne and we’ve been in Nha Trang for just over two weeks. We’re getting into the groove of our daily life here. I need a lot more experience at this digital nomad thing because right now, I’m digital nomadding like a complete hack.