Minimalism: Getting Started on Decluttering Your Life

Wear your favorite clothes every day. Love every space in your home. Use the best tools for your work and your hobbies. Best of all, have more time to do the things you want to do!

These are some of the things that got me hooked into minimalism. And, that last line in the first paragraph? We’ve encountered it before in other features articles. It has got to be the most overused phrase to convince people to try something new. Cliché as it may sound, it’s something I sincerely hope for anyone who gets into minimalism along with all the good things that come with this practice.

Everything good has at least one challenge that needs to be endured before you achieve it. In practicing minimalism, these challenges are found in the never-ending cycle of things coming and going into our lives. This article presents three ways we can manage this cycle and to get started on minimalism. Continue reading Minimalism: Getting Started on Decluttering Your Life

Clients Spend $500/hr For This Guy’s Advice

If you read my last post, you already know who Jon Orana is.

Aside from being the owner of Negosyo University, he also has multiple online businesses that rake in millions of pesos.

One of his businesses is consulting…and his customers pay him $300/hr for his advice. Continue reading Clients Spend $500/hr For This Guy’s Advice

How to Create Profitable eBooks Using the “Retail Shelf Test”

Everyone can create an ebook.

All the barriers to entry were broken down.

Right now, all you need is an idea, Google Docs, and a few images.

And then…TA-DA!!…you have an ebook.

However… Continue reading How to Create Profitable eBooks Using the “Retail Shelf Test”