Ask Me Anything week continues with a question from the lovely Elisha:
What 5 books were most game changing or eye opening for you over the years?
Ooh, fun question! I love talking about books.
Here are my top picks.
Ask Me Anything week continues with a question from the lovely Alex:
Hey, Naomi Dunford,
I think my question is too personal and scary, but if I don’t ask I’ll feel stupid later.
I really connect to a lot of your material, because of how messed up my life has been.
I really want to have a sustainable business. I work on things all the time (I draw, and write books), but I’m such a screwed up everything-complicated-long-story that it feels impossible.
How do you go from having nothing to actually making some kind of money? How do you get through the ridiculous parts, where you’re almost not even a functional human, and gather yourself together enough to be professional enough, shiny enough, and genuinely useful enough to have a business?
Is there a point where it’s just too much, and I should accept that I’m a discardable human to all the other people? How do you get from “I’m completely screwed over because of [life-story]” to “I make fifty dollars a month consistently, and now I can use marketing techniques to make more”?
I hope that’s not a stupid question.
I don’t want to give you my website or anything, because I feel stupid. But my name’s Alex.
Here’s my answer…
Hello, most excellent readers!
Ask Me Anything week continues, with a question from Amy:
I’ve got Amy’s age-old question for you: How do you expand and grow when you’re too busy hustling Closest to Cash to make rent?
[When Amy says “Closest to Cash”, she’s referring to a concept we talked about in Emergency Turnaround Clinic, which I cannot even locate, let alone try and sell you.]
My answer is VERY simple.