Working nomadically is a challenge — a challenge to create multiple streams of income, a challenge to direct your life in a way that will enable freedom. I outline to to do it – LOCALLY.
Trading is stressful, but the hours can be short. Find out the best ways to occupy your days!
So, how do you juice your IRA account while staying conservative? Sell call options on your stock positions.
When you have a flexible schedule, many of life’s essentials are actually half the cost. Here are some things I’ve found.
Can you trade for a living? Don’t you need a lot of money? Isn’t it dangerous? Listen to your gut — yes, you can do it. Like taking on any other new business, as an entrepreneur you need to make the decision to commit to it as a career and lifestyle choice.
With content generation happening at ludicrous speed, you must make time to keep up. Since I bought my iPad last year I have found it more and more useful for generating content on-the-run. Find out what’s in my bag and how I operate.
Parallels exist between the great depression and recent years. How my grandfather worked through it and what we can learn.
Often, Internet businesses are not easy to monetize like an ice cream shop. Investor Warren Buffet loves ice cream shops because they are easy-to-understand businesses with a simple business model. I want ice cream.
There’s talk about what works and what really works when it comes to promoting yourself online. Hal Werner and I talk about SEO, Twitter, and resume strategies that get you noticed and stuff your wallet.
Freemium is all the rage these days. The economics of free are changing. Find out how.
Podcasting can be a confessional for you. Studies often show that people feel better when they speak about what’s on their mind. You are more likely to build a podcast audience when you are honest about what’s on your mind. People form a relationship with people they trust. There’s nothing more intimate than just a voice and someone’s attention.
Article describes how podcasters must be like drug dealers to hook users on free content to profit.
Within Bill Rock Productions lies a part of broadcasting history. The racks of video and audiotapes consume walls. Pictures of Dick Clark, Don Imus, senators, and other famous personalities hang on the walls. In back, vintage audio equipment juxtaposes to digital audio equipment and a digital video editing station. This studio bridges the gap between the radio of the past and our ubiquitous digital future.
Commentary about the importance of blogging and how it will supplant traditional media in terms of speed, user accessibility, and engagement of dialog.