Two weeks ago I wrote a post about how I wanted to really push myself while my family is out of town. Today I met up with them, ending my alone-time.
So, how’d I do?
This post is an exerpt from my new book, The Craftsman Creative Manifesto. You can get a copy for yourself using the link at the bottom of the page. Here’s the principle right up front: There are no shortcuts. How does that make you feel? Excited to do the work? Or down because you were …
I write this late at night, laying in a hammock strung between two incredible trees. And I had this thought. Becoming an entrepreneur is a lot like what it takes for a seed to become a tree. A seed starts the process when planted. It has no idea what it is going to look like …
This week I was able to attend the inaugural Entrepreneur Simplified Entrecon at Utah Valley University. For a first run, it was pretty well put together, and I thoroughly enjoyed most of it.
Better than that, there were two HUGE opportunites. First, Alan (my business partner) and I got awarded scholarships to ES’s retreat next week, a $3500 value. We get to go for free, so that’s pretty exciting. I know a number of people that have gone through it and said it was lifechanging, so I’m excited to see how it goes.
The other one? You guessed it: I got to meet one of my favorite people that I’ve followed over the last few years, Gary Vaynerchuk.