Introducing the Thoughtletter: A Master Plan to Maximize Your Writing Impact

Lately, I've been thinking a lot about how to make a bigger impact with my writing. Why? Because this is what my brain does at night instead of sleeping like a normal person. Not an impact in a Messiah kind of way. Like a noticeable impact in the everyday lives of real people. There's no … Continue reading Introducing the Thoughtletter: A Master Plan to Maximize Your Writing Impact

An Incredibly Simple Business Idea that Succeeded Without Charging Customers

What is the simplest successful business idea you have ever heard? I’ll never forget this simple business idea I read about in the book Quit Your Job in 6 Months: Why You Should Quit Your Job and How You Can by Buck Flogging. Here is an excerpt from the book: Corena is a master of quick business … Continue reading An Incredibly Simple Business Idea that Succeeded Without Charging Customers

4 Macro-Friendly Fast Food Choices Under 400 Calories

Are there any fast food choices that are healthy? That depends on how you define “healthy.” I like to think of healthier foods as foods that are relatively low in calories, but contain plenty of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) per calorie. I wouldn’t expect to obtain a ton of micronutrients from fast food, but as … Continue reading 4 Macro-Friendly Fast Food Choices Under 400 Calories

The Best Book on Career Advice (Warning: It’s Controversial)

The best book I have read on career advice is So Good They Can’t Ignore You by Cal Newport. Follow your passion is bad advice. This is the premise of the book and what first intrigued me. Newport argues that instead of trying to find what you’re passionate about and do that for a living, you should … Continue reading The Best Book on Career Advice (Warning: It’s Controversial)