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  • How I Worked Remotely as a Digital Nomad in Guatemala

    How I Worked Remotely as a Digital Nomad in Guatemala

    It’s been a few years since I’ve had a solid travel experience (I was in India/Nepal for 60 days). I finally got on the road again as a digital nomad. This time in Central America. Guatemala. Time to firm up how to work remotely. Yes, I could have applied for remote Amazon jobs, other work-from-home … Read more

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  • Running a Marathon (Checking off a Bucket List Item)

    Running a Marathon (Checking off a Bucket List Item)

    My friend asked if I was interested in training for a marathon. “Nope, but I’ll do it anyway.” Was I interested in running a marathon? Nope. Why did I respond with that? I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it. I wanted to conquer that mountain. I wanted to strike this marathon … Read more

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  • Why you Should Set Goals with 6 Weeks & 6 Goals (My Process)

    Why you Should Set Goals with 6 Weeks & 6 Goals (My Process)

    I attended a leadership summit that a friend invited me to. I had no idea what to expect, but I walked away with the perfect solution for setting goals and getting them accomplished. It was a live event in Atlanta, GA but streamed to our location (a great way to include a much larger number of … Read more

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  • Welcome, Let’s Get To Know Each Other!

    None of us were meant to be forced into a box and I’m excited that you’ve decided to destroy it with me. Go check your email (spam if necessary?) to grab the resources that I promised you. Here’s the link to the VIP group to network with others. And if you haven’t already, feel free to read about me or cruise over to … Read more

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  • How to Survive a Bear Encounter in the Wild

    This post isn’t about working remotely, marketing techniques, or conquering the social media revolution. It’s about How to Survive a Bear Attack & Conquering items on your Bucket List… The Appalachian Trail is approximately 2,100 miles and runs from Maine to Georgia. When I was in high school and college, it was summer custom for … Read more

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