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An Update on My Direction and Introducing Mathias Media

An Update on My Direction and Introducing Mathias Media

| March 11, 2014 | 18 Comments

In the past two months, I’ve been hired for several consulting and website development projects. Those, along with sales of the new course I launched in January, have brought in some decent income for me for the first time since leaving my job last summer. *To view this video on YouTube, click here. I remain […]

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Announcing My New Course, Create My Independence with Blogging

Announcing My New Course, Create My Independence with Blogging

| December 9, 2013 | 17 Comments

Last week, I realized something my recent boss told me about myself was actually true. Naturally, I was depressed for a second or two. He used to tell me that I gave up on things too easily and often didn’t follow through long enough to see things to completion. That has just so happened to […]

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If You Aren’t Learning from These People, You’re Living in the 90′s

If You Aren’t Learning from These People, You’re Living in the 90′s

| December 4, 2013 | 11 Comments

As I sit here at Caribou drinking my $2 holiday drink, it occurs to me that I’m bipolar. Some days I feel on top of the world but others I feel like heading back to the corporate jungle just to escape my self imposed pressure. So, the question is, what causes my confidence to flip […]

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How Starting a Blog Helps You Build Fruit-Bearing Relationships

How Starting a Blog Helps You Build Fruit-Bearing Relationships

| October 24, 2013 | 16 Comments

Two years ago, I was 27 years old and like many other 27 year olds. I had a full time job, I had friends. I had a place to live and a car to get me around. Heck, things were pretty… well… normal. Normal can sound great to some people, but to people like me, […]

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CFF Episode #7 – About FinCon13 and an Interview with Corbett Barr

CFF Episode #7 – About FinCon13 and an Interview with Corbett Barr

| October 22, 2013 | 16 Comments

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Hello again, everyone! I’m glad to be back here in Minnesota sitting behind the keyboard and microphone sharing awesome things with you once again. During this past week, I flew to St. Louis for the annual Financial Blogger Conference (FinCon). Wow, what a time. In today’s episode of […]

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Why You Need to Start a Blog This Week

Why You Need to Start a Blog This Week

| September 9, 2013

Last week, I linked to Chris Guillebeau’s site, The Art of Non-Conformity, in my post featuring an interview with Sean Ogle of Location 180. I have to credit Sean for pushing me to take a closer look at Chris’ site, giving me the chance to find this gem, 279 Days to Overnight Success, by Chris […]

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Meet Sean Ogle, Who’s Leading the Way in Lifestyle Entrepreneurship

Meet Sean Ogle, Who’s Leading the Way in Lifestyle Entrepreneurship

| September 4, 2013 | 12 Comments

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Audio: Play in new window | Download During the past two years or so, I was heavily influenced by several entrepreneurs who took a leap of faith. They did it for reasons other than status and money. They jumped off the corporate ship and onto that of entrepreneurship […]

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An Update from the Post Job Life (The Good Life)

An Update from the Post Job Life (The Good Life)

| August 19, 2013 | 43 Comments

It’s coming up on six weeks since I left my job to do bigger and better things with my precious, continuously decreasing, time and energy. As the dust continues to settle, my feelings about this big move become more and more positive and stable. This morning, as I was thinking of sharing with you the […]

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