June 2012

How to Stay Hungry and See Your Goal Through to the End

It’s easy to set a big, awesome goal to work toward.

You might want to quit your job and start working for yourself. Maybe you want to travel the world, or just start waking up early on a daily basis (hey, getting out of bed can be pretty damn hard some days).

What’s not so easy is sticking to what you set out to do and continually recommitting yourself to your vision.

It’s especially challenging when there is a big, looming chasm between where you are now, and where you want to be.

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Last March of 2011 we let in founding members to Trailblazer and gave them lifetime access. These members will always have access to every single update of our program, and will have access to our group coaching program for life.

Enough to make you a bit envious, eh?

Well, they’re not just the lucky ones, we’re lucky too. These members often go on to be our star members. They’ve become ambassadors in our forums, case studies for us, and have become shining examples of what it means to be a Trailblazer and live on your own terms.

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How to Create a Business for $100 or Less

Creating a business that doesn’t have a huge operating cost or need tons of capital has been at the heart of my friend Chris Guillebeau’s blog The Art of Non Conformity┬ásince its inception. And finally, someone wrote a book about how to do it.

If you’ve been wanting to start a very small business to support your freedom, I highly recommend picking up a copy of Chris’s book. The best part about is that it’s not just some guy telling you how to do it that hasn’t actually done it himself.

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How I Used My Day Job to Fund My Freedom Business

Most people see their day jobs as prisons to escape from; a ball and chain around your ankle you dream to one day break free from.

If you hate your day job, it’s probably far from anything you would consider an asset or a gift. But what if it could be a tool to help you create your freedom business? What if seeing your job as something to escape from was actually keeping you trapped?

It’s easy to see your job as a means to an end.

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