So many of you are interested in how on earth to stop doing the job you hate and create an entrepreneurial life where you are the boss of yourself, where you’re creating a career that will sustain you financially, and one in which you loooooove your work. I’ve taught a class for several years called Quit Your Day Job and in that class I’ve noticed over and over so many similarities about the fears of becoming an entrepreneur. I want to help you work through some of them and see not only if the entrepreneurial life is for you, but to also help you save tons of wasted time reinventing the wheel and having difficult fits and starts, when you could really be moving ahead to making your career dream a reality much faster and with less stress and anxiety.Read More
“You’ll never know what you’re capable of until you start horrifying yourself and leaping expecting the net to appear.” — John Fugelsang
I am so excited to share with you my recent interview with comedian, actor, pundit and SiriusXM host, John Fugelsang. John is one of my dear dear friends and one of my favorite comedians. John has been murdered on CSI, he’s interviewed two beatles on separate continents in the same week, and he famously once got Mitt Romney’s advisor to call Governor Romney and etch-a-sketch on CNN. He hosts “Tell Me Everything” on weekdays. We talk about about improvisation, comedy, politics, spiritual life, the improv of parenting and more.Read More
I’ve been getting a lot of business questions from my readers asking advice on how to build their business, their tech systems, and a team to help support them when they don’t have a lot of cash to invest as a creative entrepreneur...
So, I thought I would put together a little list of what I did when I was starting to help give you some guidance!Read More
I am reading a book called Life Reimagined by Barbara Bradley Haggerty, and she tells a story about her father who tried to learn French and continued to do it for years and years hardly being able to speak it well at all but just kept on doing it I assume because he liked it on some level. But the great line that her father said was: “Some things are worth doing poorly.” What a great and hilarious idea for an overachiever to ponder!Read More
I’m a comedian. You’d think I spend my days writing jokes, funny songs, doing photo shoots like lying in a massive pile of banana peels. You know, the usge. Because that seems like what a comedian should do. But nope. Nopety nope nope. I am a professional Self-Promoter. Ugh. Garglefalookymuuuuugh. (That’s a comedy barfing sound.)Read More