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. "
" www.chrisguillebeau.com "
by @chrisguillebeau - yesterday
@secondandwest thanks for the rec! glad you’re enjoying
@BneatoBar yeah, i should learn…
Been really fun to see @vvanedwards book start off so well. 5 days after launch and still in Top 50 on Amazon — https://t.co/vV0ndjJTN6
The Key to Productivity Isn’t More Rest, It’s Intentionality - 41 minutes ago
It's tempting to think this is the answer. Just take it easy. It will come to you.
Final Round of WDS 2017 Tickets Goes on Sale Today - 4 days ago
101 Stories of People with Day Jobs Creating Side Hustles - 5 days ago
On January 1, I began a new project: to publish a story every day of someone who starts an income-generating project (a "side hustle") without quitting their day job.
January | February | March | April
Can You Master “People Skills” By Reading a Book? - 6 days ago
Have you ever wished that you could decode people? Do you want a formula for charisma? Do you want to know exactly what to say to your boss, your date or your networking partner? You need to know how people work.
As a human behavior investigator, Vanessa Van Edwards believes that people skills should never be considered "optional." Over the past decade, she's studied the hidden forces that drive our behavior patterns in her lab, the Science of People, and she's developed shortcuts, formulas, and blueprints for getting along with absolutely anyone you may encounter.
“We Run Away from Desperation:” Thoughts on Pursuing a Creative Idea - 7 days ago
I recently recorded a Side Hustle School episode about Michelle D’Avella, a designer who spent several years building a blog before turning it into a full-time income.
"Don’t put so much pressure on figuring it all out, but make sure what you’re doing is something you can feel good about. When we create from joy, people feel it. When we create from lack, people feel it too. We run away from desperation."
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