I should say that when I first saw Tim Ferriss speak at SXSW this past March, I didnâ€™t like the 4-Hour Work Week idea.Â Of course I liked the idea of working only 4 hours, who wouldnâ€™t?Â Â I just didnâ€™t like his over simplification of what it would take to do that. Continue reading
My documented experience with Gamepal is oddly the second most popular post on my blog. For those who don’t know, I hired Gamepal to power level my World of Warcraft character. I just didn’t have the time to keep up with the game and wanted to play with my son more. But instead of having my character bumped up a few levels, my account was banned. I had this account for nearly 2 years, so that really sucked. Continue reading
I used to move around a lot, so I’m already pretty fimilar with the company behind the ApartmentFinder.com.Â I have grabbed many of their stout little apartment directories in front of Circle K and clipped the 1-month free coupons.Â Continue reading
Iâ€™m half way through my first month at NetResults now, and itâ€™s going well.Â Things are of course progressing a little slower than I would like, but overall everything is moving in the right direction.
I had my first telephone consultation client under my new consulting program.Â I charged Todd Olivas $250 for 1 hour of SEO consulting to go over his site.Â He wants to rank for court reporting, which is a tough term.Â If you want to help Todd out, throw him a link.Â He seemed satisfied and even sent an email saying the call was â€œExactly what I wanted!â€.Â Continue reading
Even on the Web, few companies have exploded at the pace of YouTube. Started by a couple of Paypal employees with the dream of allowing everyone to share their thoughts through Flash video, YouTube has become one of the biggest sites on the Web. I recently watched the democratic debate on YouTube, and like man others was amazed at how far the Internet has penetrated our lives. Continue reading