Where Are Your Priorities At? It May Be Time to Pivot (Again)

As I mentioned in my last income report, it was very likely that there were going to be some changes both in my life and the way I’m approaching my online business/projects.

It’s all good things, fortunately.  Just not exactly what I had planned.

Sometimes, you want to keep pushing forward with something even when it’s not going as well as you expected.  And a lot of times, that is the right instinct to have.  So many people give up way too soon.  The challenge is is figuring out exactly where to draw the line and pivot to a new project or new approach.

In my case, there are a few things going on in my life that are basically forcing me to pivot, but it’s a direction I’m perfectly OK with.  I’ll explain.

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My Online Income Report – June 2014

It may be late, but the June income report is finally here!

July has been by far my busiest month in a LONG time (mostly due to the home we just purchased), so unfortunately, it has put a delay on all of my blogging and internet project efforts.

Anyway, June’s income report is done, and surprisingly, it was one of the better months I’ve had in awhile (relatively speaking).

Let’s get to this month’s report…

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How We Offered Everything & Still Got Rejected (Buying Your First Home – Part 2)

About a month ago, I began a series of blog posts where I wrote about my experience buying my first home (with my fiance).  If you didn’t read the first post, I encourage you to check it out here:

Buying Your First Home: Are You CRAZY? (Part I – Beginning the Process)

In this part of the series, I’m going to go into the actual home search process, including the offers we made, and how everything actually turned out. If there’s anything I’ve learned throughout this entire process, it’s this:

Nothing goes exactly as planned.

Just when you think you’ve done enough (or more than enough), you realize you’ve fallen short.

While it can be frustrating, I guess this makes it all the more satisfying when everything finally does work out.  You just need to stick with it, even when nothing seems to be going your way.

Now, let’s pick up where we left off…

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Is Your Current Success Preventing You From Succeeding as an Entrepreneur?

For many people, success as an entrepreneur is this mysterious, elusive milestone.  At times, it seems impossible, despite your good ideas and effort.

But then, there are those people who make it look so easy.  They aren’t geniuses.  They don’t have some unique, multi-million dollar idea.

So what’s going on here? Why them, and not you?

I’ve come to the realization through the dozens of interviews I’ve conducted (actually, we’re approaching 100 interviews now on The Daily Interview) that one of the biggest barriers to entrepreneurial success is…existing success.

If this sounds a bit confusing, allow me to explain.

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My Online Income Report – May 2014

Hey there – welcome to my income report for May (2014)!

In addition to the usual monthly income figures I report, I wanted to talk a bit about the future in this post.  Most importantly: getting back to basics, and what that means for My 4-Hour Workweek.  It’s all good stuff, don’t worry.

And although there’s not much to report in the way of earnings, I also talk about the future The Daily Interview, and how it’s grown over the past month.

Let’s get to this month’s report…

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Buying Your First Home: Are You CRAZY? (Part I – Beginning the Process)

Although this may be a bit outside the scope of what I usually write about, I thought it would be interesting to document my experience as first-time home buyer in Chicago.  It’s been a crazy experience so far.

My fiance and I recently purchased a condo in Wicker Park (a neighborhood in Chicago), and although we haven’t closed yet (that’ll be next month), I have plenty to write about.  Buying a home is usually the biggest purchase most people make in their lives, and doing it for the first time can be exciting, scary, and frustrating all at the same time.

This isn’t meant to be a tutorial in buying your first home, but I think there are definitely some valuable lessons to take away from the experience I’ve had so far.

Because I could probably write volumes on this topic, I’m going to break it up into at least 2 or 3 parts.  This is part 1: beginning the process.

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