Entrepreneur May 24, 2018
I finally took the plunge and cancelled my cellphone. I’ve been using internet based telephone systems for years now,...
My webhosting story has been a bit of a nightmare. As I’ve expanded my online presence with currently over...
Entrepreneur Mar 21, 2018
Do you have a Facebook page for your (art) business? I’ve recently seen a lot of people complain that...
Yes, reading 30 books a month sounds impossible, but here’s my take on it. For you book worms with little time to spare on your favorite hobby, I can relate. Being a book hoarder myself, I needed a simple and way tool to improve my ability to read and... Read more
Confession time. As an author, my desk is always covered in paper. Lots of paper. Funny how I help my clients stay organized and optimize their processes, yet I’m a mess myself. I get bored easy, and always have several projects on the go. Someone said, “A clean desk... Read more
Ok so Freshbooks kicked me out. For 8+ years I’ve been a “loyal” customer, using their app to send an invoice-and-a-half a month. Most of my income comes from book sales and people signing up for my online classes – not much comes in via the good-old-invoice. I like... Read more
Review July 23, 2018
My motorcycle shop has a sign above the reception desk that says: You can have it good, cheap, or fast. Pick TWO. To some extent this applies to online learning. Of course, everything online is already fast. When you buy an online course, the delivery is (or should be)... Read more
One Week is one of my favorite movies. In the movie, Ben Tyler, played by Canadian actor Joshua Jackson, has been diagnosed with cancer. Foregoing his required treatment, he instead decides to take a motorcycle trip from Toronto across Canada to Vancouver Island. (I took part of that inspiring... Read more
I finally took the plunge and cancelled my cellphone. I’ve been using internet based telephone systems for years now, and started using my cellphone less and less. Here’s my story of how I saved over a thousand dollars every year, while still keeping my number for now – just... Read more
When I first started creating online courses, the process was a nightmare. I felt uncomfortable on camera, had to edit out hours of “ehms” from my recordings. And when it was all said and done, I had no idea how to get my course online. I struggled with finding... Read more
My webhosting story has been a bit of a nightmare. As I’ve expanded my online presence with currently over 13 different active domains, the web hosting companies I worked with before couldn’t keep up. And slow websites really suck. People abandoned my sites and I was losing traffic, and business.... Read more
Review April 8, 2018
Every once in a while I stumble on something online that I think is so cool it deserves a little attention: Blurb social books is of those things. They extract your Life from your Facebook and Instagram accounts, and turn it into a keepsake book. How cool is that? I had to give... Read more