3 changes you should know about

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1) Change in Business/Messaging Direction:

* I’m shifting focus to talk more about marketing, speak directly to marketers, and referring to entrepreneurs as marketers.

Even if you are not a marketer by trade but you do your own marketing, you are a marketer in my book, and I will refer to you as such.

If you do not love marketing (or at least want to learn how …

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MOJO # 110: What it took me to be (truly) free.

I spent years chasing the idea of "freedom".

Freedom from a 9-5 job, freedom from a boss, freedom to work from anywhere.

But true freedom, I've realized, is within. It begins with our ability to self-regulate and make peace with our fear of fear.

In this video, I share the lessons I've learned over 10 years of being a "free" entrepreneur:

  1. Freedom doesn't come from circumstances alone. Even with a remote business and no office, I felt like a slave for years because of my inability to regul…

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MOJO # 108: You are an artist.

You are an artist.

You were an artist before you ever became an entrepreneur.

These two identities are not mutually exclusive, but one does take precedence over the other.

So please don't get your priorities twisted.

Don't take on other people's definitions of success.

Remember that the real reason you started a business was to offer yourself the freedom to be who you really are.

This is the essence of building a brand of full self-expression.

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MOJO # 105: "I've been saying the same thing!" Why people don't listen to you the same way.

An old client once told me that his partner was upset because he was taking my advice.

See, this partner had been telling him the same things for years. But my client never listened.

And I completely understand his frustration. I understand how it made him feel like he wasn't trusted, or like his opinion didn't matter.

I understand because I've been in similar situations before - in businesses, jobs, and even personal relationships.

There was a time when I used to get frustrated if someo…

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I talked to a camera every day for 30 days. Here is what I learned.


I've spent the last month doing an impromptu video challenge.

In this video, I share:

  • What was the experience like — going through it.
  • The challenges I faced; which ones I’ve been able to overcome, which ones I haven’t (yet).
  • Lessons I learned, that will help me make better videos in 2024.
  • What I learned about my own creative process.
  • What I learned about people, some trends, and patterns I noticed being on a couple of platforms every day for 30 days.
  • Note: Audience size is not big…

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