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The Reason Most Diets And Small Business Ideas Fail
It seems everyone wants to change their life these days. But contrary to popular belief, following your passions and...
Have You Ever Considered Yourself A Consultant?
Have you ever considered yourself a consultant? The title “consultant” used to be reserved for retired diplomats and former...
Do You Smell The Social Media Bull Sh*T? Here Is My Guide On How To Do It Right
Do you have a Facebook page for your (art) business? I’ve recently seen a lot of people complain that...
The Reason Most Diets And Small Business Ideas Fail
It seems everyone wants to change their life these days. But contrary to popular belief, following your passions and living a life based on your dreams does not require a major change. Even if it does, it’s not something I would recommend. Doing so would be a very irresponsible... Read more
Have You Ever Considered Yourself A Consultant?
Have you ever considered yourself a consultant? The title “consultant” used to be reserved for retired diplomats and former top executive officers. They would be recruited because of their “contacts”, rather than their practical knowledge. Their “consultant” role was more honorary than actual. That picture has changed dramatically over... Read more
A better alternative to get responses to your event invitations
Remember those days in high school where you threw a party, invited a bunch of people and nobody even responded – let alone showed up? I don’t – in high school I was the perfect combination of a wallflower and a teachers pet. But things have changed a bit.... Read more
Get Rid Of The Never Ending Must-Do List For Creative Entrepreneurs
A couple weeks ago I was on vacation in the Bahamas. On the beach, I was reflecting on the work that I had been doing the previous months. I realized that as creative entrepreneurs we have to do so many things. To be successful, people tell us we have... Read more
Why I love to collaborate but hate wasting time on the phone
Almost every day I get approached by some company who wants me to move my sites, online art gallery or (this weeks most popular one) online courses over to their platform. I’m always open to new opportunities and encourage anyone to reach out if you have a viable business opportunity... Read more
Some easy ways to benefit more from your personal virtual assistant

I can be a bit of a control-freak, so delegating isn’t necessarily one of my strong suits. If you’re new to the idea of having a personal virtual assistant, you might have to go through a similar learning curve as you figure out what and how you can delegate to your assistant. Here’s some easy ways to get started. Because if you don’t have an assistant, you are one.

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The Biggest Problem Every Business Owner Faces
We’re living in a different world today. People are inundated with marketing messages. Over the course of a day, you might be bombarded with 3000-5000 marketing impulses from all around you in your environment. Add to that the constant notifications from social media channels on your mobile device, and... Read more
The Root Cause Of All Evil In Service Management (And Poor Customer Service)
To my surprise, one of my highest rated and most popular online courses is still the first one I ever created: IT Service Management Foundations. Maybe not as sexy as a topic like writing a book, building your online imperium or enjoying luxury travel experiences – but popular nonetheless.... Read more
My secret to personal branding – and why it’s mandatory for everyone
​I can’t believe the month of March is already behind us when I’m writing this post. It’s been a busy and turbulent start of the year for me. The one big question I kept getting these past months is how I managed to get in to the top 10% of... Read more
Does Your Business Need A Little Extra Support?
Every quarter, I set my goals for my life as a creative entrepreneur. Which sometimes means I spend a weekend (or even a week) resetting myself. Forgetting about everything I’ve been doing – and looking at what still works, and what doesn’t. When I first moved to Canada I... Read more