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My NFT Experiment – Part Deux

A little over a month ago, I decided to dive into the NFT space. NFTs (or Non Fungible Tokens) are a popular new trend that allow creators to monetize digital products in interesting new ways. As an author / publisher / creator / online business owner in the education and publishing space, I think there’s “something here” when it comes to NFTs. What that “something”...

But Especially Courage…

“The Tale of Despereaux” is a story about a mouse who never learned to be afraid. That’s a problem, you see, because mice are supposed to be fearful. Call it a social-cultural self-defense mechanism, perhaps the idea being that scared mice can better avoid danger, the point is, Despereaux was anything but. Because of this, from the moment of his birth, Despereaux’s natural...

My Home Office Setup for Audio and Video Teleconferencing, Podcasting, and Livestreaming

Spending all day on video and audio calls now that you’re “remote” and working from your new home office and want to look like a pro, but don’t know where to start? Here’s how to get up and running today and look and sound like a pro for as little as $300 (even if you’re brand new to this whole online business world). Someone recently asked me about my video...

5 Ways to Generate Predictable Income Online in the next 21 Days (Coronavirus 2020 Edition)

Well, there’s no escaping it; Coronavirus is here and people are scared. And because of the decrees, both de facto and de jure, for “social distancing” (aka how I live my life), small business owners everywhere are getting pummeled. (especially brick and mortar small businesses) Unfortunately, a lot of these businesses are going to be wiped out. Before anyone freaks out, this...

The Fear Economy: the growth of fear bait and what to do about it

Whatever “social media” was intended to be, in the last few years it seems to have begun an inexorable decline into what it always had to become: A 24/7, always-on, personalized fear machine. All you have to do is look into the “black mirror” in your pocket, and you’ll see what I mean. How many scrolls, swipes, or taps does it take to find your first piece of bad...

7 marketing lessons from “The True Believer” (a book about mass movements)

“The True Believer” is supposed to be a book about mass movements. Written by Eric Hoffer and originally published in 1951, “The True Believer” makes a convincing case for the existence of “mass movements” – what they are, how they work, how they form, and their destructive capability, etc. I can’t speak to its applicability in a political capacity...

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