Chris Guillebeau is a writer, entrepreneur, world traveller and lifelong learner. Through his blog 'The Art of Non-Conformity' he tries to help people live unconventional lives, make their own choices and change the world. He lives in Portand, Oregon. "
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New on #SideHustleSchool: Postcards for your enemies, and you know, your frenemies. https://t.co/lqFgrIktV9
by @chrisguillebeau - 8 hours ago
New on #SideHustleSchool: A side hustle that's not flushing away any profits! https://t.co/ITeV7zdv6b
by @chrisguillebeau - yesterday
New on #SideHustleSchool: A retired husband-and-wife team make a shift from handmade art to digital art prints. The… https://t.co/FFkF07zVVV
by @chrisguillebeau - 2 days ago
New on #SideHustleSchool: When she discovers the bottom of her bank account, this singer-songwriter offers to write… https://t.co/8Z4jL2MpNS
by @chrisguillebeau - 3 days ago
New on #SideHustleSchool: A new “piggy box” that won’t get stuck in the mud. https://t.co/sd8cP3MwPw
by @chrisguillebeau - 4 days ago
Limited Time: “Born for This” Is Just $1.99 from Major Booksellers - 3 days ago
Link: Get Born For This for $1.99
This is my most personal book yet, but it’s not really about me—it’s about how to find the work you were meant to do.
Language Matters: Lessons in Editing from Mr. Rogers - 28 days ago
This week I went to see Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and found it as heartwarming and uplifting as I expected.
168 Hours: What I’ve Learned Tracking Every 15 Minutes of My Week - one month ago
For the past two weeks I’ve been tracking every 15 minute interval of my life. I’ve borrowed this time-tracking practice from Laura Vanderkam, who writes helpful books including 168 Hours, which outlines the practice in a lot of detail.
No Reservations to Parts Unknown: Thank You, Anthony Bourdain - one month ago
I wasn’t always an Anthony Bourdain fan. My first exposure to him came when I read a critical comment he’d made that didn’t sit right with me. But that was evidently just a passing comment, and I didn’t even know the context, so a couple of years ago I started paying more attention to him. I enjoyed his show whenever I saw clips of it in hotel lounges and airports around the world.
Don’t Make Important Decisions Out of Desperation - 3 months ago
One of the best things about having more than one source of income is that it provides security when something goes wrong. You’re not dependent on your employer—so that even if a job loss would be a major problem, at least it wouldn’t be an all-out disaster.