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The simple strategy for extraordinary results

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According to a 2017 Gallup poll, two-thirds of Americans are disengaged, meaning they feel no real connection to their jobs or worse, causing them to do the bare minimum in their roles and responsibilities.

Heck, I know back in 2014, I was a member of that group.

I was working for a website that did reputation management. The office was just outside downtown Boston.

Of course, when I started, things were great!

I was 24 years old, I was a few years removed from college, I had just moved halfway across the country to a new city. I was making…


A comprehensive 3-step guide to build your product and sell it automatically

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So you want to build a passive income online business but don't know where to start?

Well, luckily for you — you’ve landed in the right place.

What you're going to read in this article is my proven method for building a passive income online business. Now, I've been at this for about 4 years and I have gone from absolutely obscure and unknown online writer to over 3 million views, 5-figure a month income, working for myself, and doing the work that helps fulfill me that my office job and restaurant gigs couldn't.

Now there are essentially two elements to my online business:

  • Active — the tasks, roles, and…


After you get the strategy down, you need to keep the business afloat — here's how

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Making money online is confusing as hell.

There are so many different narratives that people say you should follow:

  • Build an Amazon dropshipping company.
  • Create a spider-web of affiliate links.
  • Freelance ghostwrite for mega CEOs.

But it's often hard to know where to start. Plus, it's difficult to find the confidence when you're just starting out. I know I thought I needed a massive following and a big email list to sell to.

However, you really don't. Even if you're just starting out, you can still leverage your gifts and ideas and share them with an online audience and start…


Consistently add recurring payments to change the impact of your business

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Making and selling e-commerce products is awesome.

Anyone who has ventured into selling products and services (whether online or otherwise) understands the rush that happens when a sale is completed. It entails the obvious financial victory as well as the psychological achievement of attaining a goal.

On a business coaching call the other day, I actually told my coach e-commerce is like a drug.

"I love this game," I said, "it's almost like a drug, you know, you keep chasing that next hit."

My coach laughed, "Yeah I know what you mean. Ever since leaving teaching and now working and…


Finding time for yourself in an overstimulated world is necessary

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The world keeps speeding up. If you're not quick enough, perhaps you'll get lost in the shuffle. If you don't make the right stock market trade, you can lose out on thousands of dollars. If you don't send that organizational improvement email to your boss, a competing coworker can beat you to the punch. If you don't ask out that girl you met at the coffee shop, chances are you'll never see her again.

Sometimes, the speed of the world can make us feel overwhelmed, anxious, tired, and confused. To get our energy, confidence, clarity back — we need to…


Detailed instructions on how to make more content for an audience actually looking for it

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You wake up.

It's Monday, you're all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. You finish brewing your fresh cup of coffee. You sit down at your desk, finally ready to create the work you told yourself you would the weekend prior.

And then ten minutes buzz by as you're caught staring at the blinking cursor on your screen.

Another three minutes whizz by and now you're on Instagram looking at Millionaire Mentor posts hoping to get inspiration.

Why does this always happen? You felt refreshed from the relaxing weekend and you finally thought this Monday would be different. …


Thinking out loud about creativity and one's creative voice

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Mark Manson didn't need curation to be a successful writer.

Neither did Seth Godin or Tim Ferriss or Steven Pressfield or Neil Strauss or Brene Brown or any of the highly-regarded, ultra-successful, best-selling modern-day writers and thinkers.

Damn, I had no idea I could put that many hyphens in one sentence…

[Checks off bucket list item…]

I've been thinking a lot about what the need for curation is doing to the amazing minds that you find on content platforms. What is it doing?

My initial thought is it's playing to the desire to be validated:

  • When I'm curated (or anyone…


Worldly intelligence doesn't have to come via formal education

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Being street-smart has always been considered "sexy".

Not just because people who are street smart are generally depicted to be wearing a Schott 618 Perfecto motorcycle jacket looking like Marlon Brando feeling cool as a cucumber.

But because generally being “street-smart” means that there are shortcuts, hacks, and secrets involved with getting things done.

Generally, when someone is called “street-smart” or someone uses a “street-smart” move, it causes the onlookers or observers to grab their foreheads and mutter the proverbial,

“Dang — I should’ve done that…”

These are 7 street-smart traits that can help change the trajectory of your life…


Oh great — another article on how to start a blog…

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Ohhhhh great…

Another article about how to start a blog. I’m sure you’re thinking to yourself,

“Let me guess — this privileged, Middle-American, white male with seemingly feminine hips is going to give me generic advice on how to build a money-making blog. These tips are going to include how to find hosting, how to name the domain, and how to make money through affiliate links — let’s entertain this bozo so we can let him have it in the comments section…”

To which I would respond,

“Blast! They can see my hips through the computer screen! …


8. Make sure you check your poop

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Your thirties feel different than the other decades that preceded it.

  • You don't remember half your first decade.
  • Your second decade is filled with abundant learning but still requires heavy parental oversight.
  • In the third decade, you get a taste of freedom. Perhaps you go off to college or you get your first "grown-up job" you start getting a sense of responsibility.

The fourth, however, starts to take on a completely different aura. Responsibility really starts to take shape. If you don't work hard at your job, you probably won't progress. If you constantly consume poor food, you'll start to…

Jon Brosio

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