Setting up in business on your own often feels like the opportunity to make a living from doing what you love. However, for many business owners, the passion for the work they love can be dulled by the day to day running of their business.
The only way to honestly know the mental load of your partner is to share everything – and we mean everything.
Working remotely comes with many perks, from avoiding traffic jams to setting your own hours. Most remote positions involve long days of sitting at a computer, so, if you’re not careful, your health could slip.
Maximizing your time can be done a few different ways. If you know you procrastinate a little more than you should, or you’d simply like to know how to feel like you’ve got more time in the day…
Running a business should not be the kind of thing that you dread to do day after day. If it is, it means that something has gone terribly wrong somewhere. Don’t get me wrong: there will always be some degree of stress and tension…
Not all of us are blessed with vast gardens. And small gardens have their own challenges when it comes to design and space. However, with small spaces, you have more opportunity to play around with the space.
It’s a well-known fact that life doesn’t stop at 50, however, so many people feel as though once they hit the big 5-0 they’re no longer allowed to follow their dreams.
I discuss the stories of 3 single dads I interviewed recently for The Man UP Project TV Show. Their stories illustrate lessons I have been speaking about that are instructional for any man or woman who would consider a relationship, marriage, having children or divorce.
The Man-Up Project Episode 5: If You Don’t Send Your Kids Immediately to College, It Doesn’t Mean They Won’t be Successful.
The journey your child takes in life can go in many directions. In this podcast I discuss how to find the best way to advantage your child so that they find success and happiness.
My 5 children are now all over 20 years old. All 5 have gone through the anxiety of applying to colleges and the apprehension of waiting to receive an acceptance and financial award. What bearing does picking the right college or the decision to not send them have on their success in life?