Holy shit, I’m so excited!
Wait, have I even introduced myself yet?
It’s Jarani here, the newest member of the Paid to Exist team, and I have some news that may blow your mind:
For the first time ever, we’re giving away an official Paid to Exist Backpack!
Since launching the digital Backpack last July, we’ve been inundated with emails from you telling us that you wish you had an actual real backpack. We thought that was a fantastic idea, so now we’re giving one away!… Click to read more
If you’re a misfit like me, the typical productivity advice just hasn’t worked for you.
You know what I’m talking about, the standard narrative of:
- Create one inbox for processing everything.
- Batch all like tasks together.
- Use a system to manage yourself.
All of this advice is great, but it doesn’t work for the ADD stricken, creative misfit, right-brained tribe.
Don’t get me wrong, this stuff is awesome for certain people. I have many friends that absolutely thrive on GTD and the standard productivity hacks and tricks. But what if those don’t work for you?… Click to read more
Every so often, so many cool things are happening with my friends that I feel compelled to share with you.
Today is one of those days.
Here’s four projects that are worth your attention:
If you haven’t checked out Fizzle, you’re missing out. It’s like leveling up your business by going to a party. Who said business training had to be boring anyway?
Corbett, Chase and Caleb (they call themselves the “Three C’s”) drop the knowledge you need to move your dreams forward and have fun while doing it.… Click to read more
Did you know that buying a new book can release the same endorphins as if you were having sex?
A recent study showed that purchases of material things give momentary highs, while purchases of experiences give more lasting highs.1 But whether they fizzle out quickly or linger longer, both give you the sensation of fleeting bliss.
A similar experience happens any time you’re attempting to make a personal change.
I’ve known people who are addicted to buying books yet they’ve read less than 20% of what’s on their shelves.… Click to read more
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Janelle Allen of The Grand Life.
When I was 22, I took a free entrepreneurship seminar offered at my university. Everything was going well until we started talking about money.
As we turned our eyes and ears to the forty-something instructor, he said something that I’ll never forget: “If you want to start a business and need money, just ask your parents.”
Yeah, sure. Asking my parents for money to start a business wasn’t an option.… Click to read more