“What do I do when I feel inadequate to coach other people but part of me knows I can definitely ‘enlighten’ some? But what if I attract too smart, too knowledgeable ones?”
“You’ve mentioned several times that you suffer from ADD/ADHD, and also that you’ve been going through times of depression. I am currently in a depressive situation myself, and I wonder how you manage to start & finish anything related to your business.”
Writing blog posts is good. Taking forever to do them is not. (Hence, the reason we avoid writing them in the first place.)
If they took less time, you’d write more of them, right? Then you’re going to love these 9 tips to make every blog post you write take way less time.
Ready? Of course you are.
Let us get on with tip number one.
Working as a digital nomad is an interesting lifestyle. A couple of years ago, I gave up the whole “having a residence” thing and became full-time homeless. I started out by spending a decent amount of time in each location I visited, and I wrote about this part of the journey here.
Now I’m in a new part of the journey. As I write this, I am in the middle of a 100-day trip around the world. I don’t know how many countries we’re visiting (20-odd? Maybe 30?) and we’re staying in each for periods ranging from one day to 16 days.
In the midst of this, I’m bringing an unschooled tween, and I’m working on the road.
I’ve been gone for a month now, and I’ve picked up a few tips along the way, many of which are things I couldn’t have imagined before taking a trip of this scope.