5 Bulletproof Ways to Crush Fear and Live the Life You Want

This is a guest post from Jim Woods, an author, editor and coach who loves to help others create great stories. You can connect with him on Twitter (@jimwoodswrites) or visit him on his blog.

You know you are meant to do more with your life. You might want another job or to move to another part of the world. Maybe you want to get out of debt or even write a book.

5 Bulletproof Ways to Crush Fear and Live the Life You Want

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Even as you read the words above, you started to get a little scared, right?

Don’t worry—this is completely normal. Fear is something we all face.

So what can you do about it?

In this interview with Tom Walter for his new podcast & radio show, we talked a lot about dream-chasing, life lessons, and what to say to the person that believes they’re inferior or “not enough“.

(I come on about 35 minutes in)

Date: August 24, 2015
Appearance: Episode 18 – A Tale of Two Interviews
Outlet: Life Uncut Show
Format: Podcast

Not Sure What Product To Create? Try This.

This is a guest post from Mike Kim, a marketing consultant, communications strategist, and professional copywriter. You can connect with him on Twitter (@MikeKimTV) or visit him on his blog.

One of the most common struggles online platform-builders face is product creation. We know products are vital to business, but struggle with what kind of product we should create.

Not Sure What Product to Create? Try This

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The conventional advice is to take a survey of your audience—but what if your email list is small, or even non-existent?

Moreover, what if you’re in a service-based business, like photography, fitness training, or freelance writing?

You might not even have a website, let alone an online “audience.”

The Mistakes I Made During My First Membership Site Launch

I’m a huge fan of the celebration of success. When something great happens, revel in it! But real growth comes from taking a hard look at the mistakes behind the curtain of success.

The Mistakes I Made During My First Membership Site Launch

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Nearly three months ago, I launched my first membership site.

Overall, I thought the launch went very well:

  1. I found the perfect harmony of software to use,
  2. I designed a high-converting landing page, and
  3. I hit my initial goal of $10,000 in sales.

Not too shabby!