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No more spy pixels

I don’t know if you’ve opened or read my newsletter.

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How to build wealth slowly

You don’t have to pick stocks or have huge swaths of money to start investing.

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The enemy

I’ve noticed a concerning trend lately: small business owners who sell anything are being seen and labelled as the enemy by some folks online.

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Work like you’re driving

We’ve been sold the idea that notifications are always important and we should allow them to constantly distract us.

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Take back your online privacy

Create your own digital grab-and-go kit

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Enough

Exterior mindfulness (some call it minimalism) only works when we solve for enough.

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What’s the point of productivity?

If you succeed at maximum productivity, where will your own time and energy go?

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Four rules for a minimalist business

Minimalism isn’t just for people who want to live out of a backpack or cram their life into a tiny house. So what is a minimalist business, and why should we have one?

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I don’t actually care about growth

I’m better at working than delegating work any way.

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There’s no such thing as a big break

Achievement is never the result of a single action, it’s the build-up of all of our actions.

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Find your rat people

For your creativity to support you, you need to find your 1%. Your rat people.

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Do what you love

Even as someone who works for myself and makes a living off of creativity, it’s not always fun and holding hands while letting the rays of sunshine wash over my face.

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No goals

I decided not to have any goals. Not a single one. Not then, not now. I still avoid them as much as possible, almost as much as I resist owning a suit and tie.

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When is the best time to create?

Creating great work is a numbers game. The more time we spend creating, the more likely we are to create something great.

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