How to rethink Needs vs. Wants

Why do people so often fail when they try and cut back on their spending and stick to a budget?

It’s because they’re told to spend less on “wants” – less money towards restaurants, limit their booze budget, stop taking vacations, etc.

The problem with this logic is that we are told…

A Free Guide for Free Travel!

You know the adage “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”?

That doesn’t apply to today’s post.

I’m going to share with you a process that I used last year to increase my enjoyment of life by like, thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssss much. It enabled me to do a boatload…

Seven Steps to Making Your Money Matter

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It’s post election, 2016. I know I’m not alone in wondering what the hell I can or am supposed to do now. Everyone around me is asking what this means for themselves, for America, for the causes they care about, and the safety of their families and friends.

People are experiencing a collective, visceral…

Free Q&A + My Face = Awesome Hours!

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Remember when I talked about fear and how it’s important to go towards the things that scare you? As you saw, one of my fears was releasing a video I’d been sitting on for months because I didn’t think it was “perfect”. As you…

Point your compass towards fear

If Alanis Morissette were to read what I’m about to share with you, she’d say “yeah, I have a song for that.”

While on my road trip I recorded a video about fear, and why it’s important to do things that scare you. Funny enough, it’s taken me nearly two months to share it. So, without further ado:

Can…

Why Your “Obstacles” Mostly Aren’t

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For you recent subscribers, I just finished up a two month road trip around the western US, which is what this newsletter is referencing. For some context you can read about why I wanted to do the trip in the first place Continue reading