April 2009

Tomorrow the price of Reclaim Your Dreams, will go up.

The price is being raised for $19.95 to $24.95 (and I’m still hearing people say this is a ridiculously low price, compared to most other $39 ebooks).

I just wanted to give you a fair warning.

You have 24 hours.

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Endless Journey
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Freedom is supposed to be a state of mind… Or is it?

If I can’t afford to buy my own time, am I really free? If I have to sell my time to someone else, to achieve their goals and their agenda, then am I really free?

For a long time, my mind has been rented out. I’ve been whoring out my mind so that someone else can further their goals.

We justify this kind of whoring as serving a means to an end.

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So far, my ebook Reclaim Your Dreams has been purchased over 300 times. That’s seriously awesome. Thank you to everyone who has helped spread the word and has helped me move one step closer to my dream of quitting my day job.

Now I would like to extend the reach of this ebook even further. I think there are more people out there that want to start living instead of just existing. They just don’t know how.

I’d really like to change that.

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Here’s something you probably didn’t know about me: I like to eat spinach for breakfast. Strange, I know.

Maybe there’s other (more interesting) things you’d like to know about me or reclaiming your dreams. Well, Sunday (tomorrow) at 6pm PST (9pm EST), you’ll get your chance to ask me anything.

I’ll be doing a live webcast with Jun Loayza tomorrow at my house. Here’s where you can tune in: Paid to Exist and Jun Loayza Live Webcast.

Here are the details:

  • When: Sunday, April 19th at 6pm PST
  • Where: Refresh this page on Sunday at 6pm PST and a live video box will appear.
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Working for yourself and “owning your own time” is an enigma, wrought with obscurity and misconception. Most people’s beliefs about working for yourself lie on one extreme end of the spectrum. They either overestimate it’s difficulty or overestimate it’s illustriousness.

Chris Guillebeau’s ebook, Unconventional Guide to Working for Yourself, does neither. It’s a straight forward, no BS guide, that wastes no time shattering myths and misconceptions. Chris has traveled to over a hundred countries and has made an audacious goal to visit them all, before he settles down (the term “settle down” to Chris probably means only running two marathons a year, rather than five).

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