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Life Hacks for Entrepreneurs

Episode 186 |  Life Hacks for Entrepreneurs

Date: 2014-05-27

Link: Startups for the Rest of Us
Do breathing exercises.

You can only remember so many things.

Hire a personal trainer to build a workout program for you rather than go to the gym with you.

Avoid business and self-improvement books before bed.

Don’t have LCD screens in front of your eyes just before bed.

Plan your meals and snacks a week in advance.

Limit the numbers of choices you have to make (throughout the day).

Use smaller plates for dinner and lunch.

Instead of using bread for sandwiches use giant lettuce leaves.

Foolish Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Time, Income & Mobility

FA174 – Foolish Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Time, Income & Mobility

Date: 20134-10-24

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Income needed to be non-geographically derived.

Time, income, and mobility are always in flux.

Time is much more valuable than anything else.

Going from zero to sixty is hard. Going from sixty to three-hundred is easier. You already have momentum. You’ve already built the habit of taking action.

Write down why you want to be an entrepreneur. If your list is mostly material items you might not succeed.

To truly deliver value to a marketplace you have to think in terms of your market–what they care about. You need to put their needs first.

How To Break Free Of Your Comfort Zone To Supercharge Your Business

FA157 – How To Break Free Of Your Comfort Zone To Supercharge Your Business

Date: 2013-07-25

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Business advice is contradictory.

Life advice is contradictory.

There isn’t a one path or one solution to anything (except for lower level math).

First make money where you’re already making money.

What you truly want out of life is what matters.

If you’re not dreaming about your business you’re probably in the wrong one.

To grow as a business you have to grow as a person.

You should understand the critical elements of your business whether you are the one doing them or not.

Do the things that your competitors aren’t will to do.

The thing you should be most concerned about as a business owner is the vision of the company.

Step out of your comfort zone.

How I Work With Dan & Ian Of The Lifestyle Business Podcast

FA152 – How I Work With Dan & Ian Of The Lifestyle Business Podcast

Date: 2013-06-20

Link: The Foolish Adventure
Systems help empower (employees).

(In SE Asia) you can really accelerate relationships.

Being an expat accelerates friendships.

Sometimes you have to give up stuff to make big changes.

It is an amazing time to be alive.

What is going to get you leverage and freedom is hiring people.

Creating and connecting are the two things you do as an entrepreneur.

Writing systems is like writing a constitution for your business.

How To Thrive On Change With Izzy Hyman

FA100 – How To Thrive On Change With Izzy Hyman

Date: 2012-05-24

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

A lot of people can miscalculate the amount of change that can happen.

Things change naturally so you need to be the driving force in your life of the change.

It is either under your control or no control.

If you’re inspired change isn’t scary. If you’re inspired it doesn’t feel like change.

The Art of Time, Income, and Mobility

FA051: The Art of Time, Income, and Mobility

Date: 2011-05-12

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

If you’re not happy with your business change it.

Time freedom is the ability to choose what you want to do and when you want do it.

Book: The Cashflow Quadrant

Figuring out what you really want out of life is going to be they key factor before you even get started.

A magazine is an offline version of an online info product business.

Freedom Changes Everything, and It’s Online

FA048: Freedom Changes Everything, and It’s Online

Date: 2011-04-21

Link: The Foolish Adventure
Money is able to buy you freedom if you earn it under certain conditions.

When working for a paycheck it is somebody else’s decision to keep you.

Most news is entertainment.

Business never stays the same. The markets change. Rules change. The software you’re basing your business on changes.

To keep your freedom in a business you have to be prepared for changes.

It is impossible to be comfortable and free at the same time.

Everything you want in life is just outside of your comfort zone.

Sometimes you need to cut something that is profitable because it is going to open up resources for something even greater.

How People Fail at Sustaining the Digital Nomad Lifestyle

TMBA255: How People Fail at Sustaining the Digital Nomad Lifestyle

Date: 2014-07-31

Link: Tropical Talk Radio

 

Very few people are catering to the digital nomads.

Get out of the hamster wheel of time, money, time, money.

You need to have systems and people in place.

Offices are a thing of the past.

If you are a distributed team have meetups.

If you’re not interested in the journey you’re going to be disappointed.

If success is defined by the journey then you’re going to be okay.

There is a danger in trying to constantly transfer your new life back to your old friends.

You have to build a high power network around the practices that you’re doing.

If you want high value relationships you’ve got to invest a lot into that.

Thoughts On the Costs and Logistics of Location Independent Living

TMBA 237: Thoughts On the Costs and Logistics of Location Independent Living

Date: 2014-03-27

Link: Tropical Talk Radio

 

If you want to be like X person you can’t be like X person. They had the right timing, they were innovative, and the right product-market fit.

The things you get paid for today are the skills you built three or four years ago.

For $2,500 a month you can live comfortably in most cities in the world.

The business has to be independent of you.

Setup your business a little bit ahead of your lifestyle.

Reaching out to influencers online is not something you should have your virtual assistant do.

Narrative Fallacy and the New Faces of the Digital Nomad Movement

TMBA 231: Narrative Fallacy and the New Faces of the Digital Nomad Movement

Date: 2014-02-13

Link: Tropical Talk Radio

 

A lot of people are looking for a silver bullet.

Keep putting yourself in situations where good things can happen to you.

People are naturally drawn to hubs.

You have to be both a consumer and a producer (of content).

You have to have a routine.

Insert yourself into communities that are aligned with what you’re doing.

Ideas are easy.

The hard part is shutting up and working really hard.

If you want to be successful you need to have confidence in your skillset.

Learn to embrace failure. See it as a lesson.

Think about how you manage relationships and how it affects your future.

Everybody thinks they have social intelligence.

Anticipate the needs of others.