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Why Search Engine Optimization Is Like Chasing A Hot Girl

Welcome to the first episode of the brand new podcast for There's Money Everywhere! This podcast was a suggestion of my good buddy Pat Flynn, who has had tremendous success in using Itunes to generate traffic and build a personal brand. Plus, I enjoy talking, so it's a win-win all around =). I'll be featuring [...]

Monthly Outsourcing Report: February 2011

Welcome to the first edition of my Monthly Outsourcing Report! As some of my readers know, I’m pretty big on outsourcing. It’s a great way to get things done at a reasonable cost, while maximizing profits and freeing up more of your time for more important projects. However, outsourcing is also an area where it’s [...]

Help Me Choose A New Design

Dear TME Readers, Running this blog has been one of the most fulfilling experiences for me, and its all because of readers like you. And today, I'd like to ask you for a quick favor. I'm currently redesigning my blog, and would really appreciate your input on which theme you like best. Here are three [...]

23 Amazing Resources For Entrepreneurs

I made a lot of mistakes when I first started building businesses. The good news is that whether you are launching a new company or bringing your business up to speed, there are tons of great resources to help you get to where you want to be…without screwing up more than you have to.  Here [...]

How To Make A Living By Learning Languages

Today, I bring you an interview with Benny Lewis, Irish Polyglot and language hacker. Benny Lewis is the founder of Fluent In Three Months, speaks 11 languages, and travels around the world while making a full-time living from his computer. I was lucky enough to meet Benny at BlogWorld and was fascinated by his story. [...]

Fighting Your “Dip”

Picture this: it’s your first day at your dream job, an entry-level position at a top-notch architecture firm. You’ve been excited about this opportunity for a long time, and throw yourself headfirst into your work. The learning curve is steep, and the fact that you’re developing new skills fuels your enthusiasm. It seems like you’ll [...]

Using Your Role Models to Find out Your Priorities

I’ve always loved reading biographies. Maybe it’s because I like stories about people who accomplished big things against the odds. Perhaps it’s because when I’m down, reading about other people’s struggles helps put my own life in perspective. But most of all, I think I read biographies to find new role models. Most people know [...]

Lessons Learned From The Decline Of Yahoo

Whatever happened to Yahoo? At one point, it was the most popular website in the world, a dominant force in the world of the internet. In recent years, it has languished, falling far behind Google and Facebook in terms of influence…and profitability. Now it's hit rock bottom, laying off hundreds of employees, shutting down once [...]

Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose

  A few years ago, my friend Carlotta was going through a real career slump. She was working full-time as an executive headhunter. She had gotten into the recruiting business because she enjoyed connecting people, but she felt more like a cutthroat salesperson working on commission. She made decent money but was having trouble motivating [...]

How To Increase Your “Rewards-To-Effort” Ratio

First of all, happy new year! One of my heroes is Fred Wilson, a venture capitalist who has invested in companies such as Twitter, Etsy, and numerous other internet successes. In addition to being an excellent businessman, Fred has a popular blog and spends a substantial amount of time with his wife and three children. [...]