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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Stating the Obvious: “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.” - yesterday
"We'll have to repent in this generation not merely for hateful words and actions of bad people, but for appalling silence of good people.” Martin Luther King, Jr.
What If All Your Work Disappeared At the End of the Day? - 8 days ago
Over the past ten years, I’ve thought a lot about building a legacy. In particular, I’ve thought about it as it relates to a body of work that you produce and share over the years. This model has kept me going for a long time.
An Early Recap of WDS 2017: 12 Photos that Tell Thousands of Words - 27 days ago
Last week I hosted WDS 2017, our seventh annual gathering of awesome people in Portland, Oregon.
This year we focused on the theme of “Building a Better World.” The intention is to encourage and empower everyone to take action that helps others. We can’t solve every problem in the world, but that doesn’t mean we should hold back from helping.
Why Ideas Are Not Enough (Or: How to Sell Out Like Iron Maiden) - one month ago
Link: Perennial Seller
Buy One Wedding, Get a Honeymoon Free - one month ago
One time I went to Dubai for my honeymoon, except it wasn’t really my honeymoon. I was traveling with Stephanie, my longtime friend, travel hacking colleague, and frequent travel companion. Even though she is basically a member of my family, Stephanie and I aren’t partners in the romantic sense—which occasionally leads to humorous encounters when we travel.
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