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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by @chrisguillebeau - 2 days ago
@davorddavor smart, thanks
@acivico thanks … interesting
I’m recording some answers to questions about travel to non-traditional vacation destinations. Have any?
RT @thatbberg: Side hustling with a chronic illness - listen to my story on @chrisguillebeau's Side Hustle School Podcast! https://t.co/r8z…
by @chrisguillebeau - 5 days ago
The Myth of the Self-Made Man - 8 days ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger on being a self-made man:
“I always tell people that you can call me anything that you want, but don’t ever, ever call me a self-made man. It gives the wrong impression, that we can do it alone. None of us can. The whole concept of the self-made man or woman is a myth. I would have never made it in my life without the help. I want you to understand this because as soon as you know you are here because of a lot of help, then you also understand that now it’s time to help others. That’s what this is all about.”
Escape for a Life-Changing Weekend or Build Your Small Business: Two Upcoming Events - 19 days ago
As mentioned a few days ago, WDS 2017 is sold out, but you can still register for Academies. These are half-day workshops on a variety of topics, ranging from productivity to wellness and everything in between.
WDS 2017 Academies Are Open for Registration! - 26 days ago
Link: Sign Up for WDS 2017 Academies
This “1-3-5 Rule” Can Completely Change Your To-Do List - one month ago
Do you have a cluttered and crowded to-do list? Do you try to get everything accomplished, only to burn out and end up feeling further behind? If so, you're not alone.
On any given day, assume that you can only accomplish one big thing, three medium things, and five small things, and narrow down your to-do list to those nine items.
This Canadian Woman Is Running a Half-Marathon Every Day for 70 Days in a Row - one month ago
In January of this year, I heard from Emily Rudow in Toronto. Emily had just finished running 10k (6.1 miles) every day for 31 consecutive days. I thought that was pretty cool!
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