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How I saved a thousand dollars by cancelling my cellphone (while keeping my number)
I finally took the plunge and cancelled my cellphone. I’ve been using internet based telephone systems for years now,...
The Third Book In The Bestselling Freedom Project Series Is Available Now
I’m really excited to be able to share some wonderful news with you today: My new book, The Freedom...
Write a Book… on the beach!
Coming to you live from my patio in the Bahamas! I’m the author of the book The Freedom Project,...
An Unconventional Approach To Social Media
This week confirmed once again that social media advertising is probably not what you should be doing as a creative entrepreneur. Who else watched the 2018 Apple Keynote? Parts of it was a direct attack on Facebook and how people perceive their behaviour. While every entrepreneur out there thinks... Read more
The Easiest And Most Effective Search Engine Optimization System For Your Website
Do you have a website? Ever since Google introduced their infamous Panda and Penguin updates, I’ve seen hundreds of creative entrepreneurs lose entire income streams overnight. And it wasn’t very long ago that I was in the same boat. I was doing search engine optimization just like everyone else,... Read more
Making Up The Balance After A Decade In Canada

Immigrating to a different country breaks something in you. Something that can never be repaired. Is it for better or worse? After living and working in Canada for a decade today it’s time to make up the balance.

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The secret to living a fulfilling life and reaching your goals faster

Our bodies come with a great built in navigation system that gives us constant feedback about whether we’re on the right track to achieving the life of our dreams…

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What it means to Live a Life by Experience
In my Travel book The Freedom Project I introduced the concept of Experience Value which I’ve used extensively in my travels. The reason I travel is to undergo a certain experience, whether it’s just to smell or taste a different culture, to swim with dolphins or just sit on... Read more
Driving (s)kills

Driving (s)kills

Lifestyle June 11, 2018 0

I really wonder why so many people passed drivers ed. Oh wait, none is required in many North American cities like Calgary.

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Why I Don’t Book Cheap Hotels Anymore, Especially On Travel Sites
Last time I arrived in Paris, the city of light and love, it was horrible. After a great train ride from Amsterdam, and looking forward to a few relaxing days in Paris I arrived at the wrong hotel. There turned out to be two hotels, with exactly the same name. Thanks, Expedia.... Read more
Travel Hacking Ski Resorts – How To Get The Most Out Of Your Ski Pass This Upcoming Season

I just bought my ski pass for the upcoming season. With local season passes and even “discount” cards becoming increasingly more expensive my travel hacking mind kicked in. The goal? Optimize the amount of ski days for as little money per day as possible.

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10 Social Media Tips For Online Entrepreneurs
Despite what it may look like sometimes, social media is designed to allow people to connect to one another. We’ve come a long way since primitive text-form updates, and, for better or worse, people share anything and everything using some of the biggest social media sites. The rise of social... Read more
Why Releasing A Book May Be Similar To Giving Birth

For years I’ve been overthinking my passion, thinking it had to be either writing, teaching, photography, or maybe something else. While I love doing all of those things, the central theme that connects them all for me is travel. It’s probably what you know me for if nothing else.

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