Kicking the iPhone addiction is about cultivating a greater awareness and also greater intentionality with phone usage. I run several businesses on my iPhone alone, and I love social media, so I am as guilty as anyone else for spending too much time on this little box of fun. Honest to goodness, I started getting… Read More Kicking the iPhone Addiction
I’ve taken online courses, I’ve studied online entrepreneurs, I’ve read books and listened to more than 200 hours of podcasts. Most importantly, I’ve started acting on these lessons and am entering the world of online business in 2016. The foundation was slowly built over maternity leave, and continues to be developed. But the revenue is beginning to… Read More Is It Possible to Start an Online Business With a Baby? YES! 15 Truths for Online Entrepreneur Success – With a Baby in Your Arms.
It’s making me giggle writing this blog post. This latest bucket list project feels a bit absurd. I’m so in over my head. In my personal life (definitely not work life), I have a tendency to favor action over research and just jump into things, and learn as I go. Which is funny, because I used to over-research,… Read More My Half-Baked Plan to Try out a Kickstarter Campaign
Early in the maternity leave days, I found it hard to have the time to read. This was frustrating for me as a lifelong learner, because I had a deep need to continue learning, growing and exploring topics. Though I was undergoing a steep parenting learning curve, I wanted to continue to learn about things… Read More What I learnt From Watching 30 TED Talks in 30 Days.
Why read this article? I teach you how to become super productive + embrace the steep learning curve by sharing a technique that I use. It’s all about embracing microtasks. I show you how much you can actually get done in 60 minutes of work, and why you should acknowledge each task. Reading time: 5 minutes… Read More Building a Business: Embrace the Learning Curve
From a very young age I’ve been quite comfortable around technology. In fact, some of my earliest memories were helping my parents package up mid 1980s computer technology. Floppy disks (yes those strange things you inserted into slots in the computer hard drive) and dongles (no not a sex toy!) My crazy, risk-taker entrepreneur parents… Read More How to Have a Great Maternity Leave: Harness the Great World of Apps
As much as I love books and journals, with the new baby I had to embrace using technology more. I started with using a Kindle to read at night as I rocked the baby to sleep. I could read in the dark and tap with one finger. The Kindle or Kobo are truly a woman’s… Read More Organize Life with Technology – Part 1