My new book, The Fail-Safe Solopreneur: 6 Essential Practices to Manage Your Well-Being Working for Yourself (ASE, 2021) is now available for purchase on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback! Over the past 10 years working virtually and independently, I’ve read many books about making money. But few talk about the mental and emotional costs of being […]
Love gives space, makes room
You shouldn’t ask anyone whether your business is a good idea – especially your Mom.
Limits focus, so set yours!
So why not make it fun, expected and social with “challenge masterminds?”
We still need tribes for work and well-being
To enjoy the freedom of the entrepreneurial life, founders must take responsibility for their well-being through self-awareness, self-mastery, and self-care.
Guilt-free time off should be planned – and required.
It’s been a rough few days. Just feeling down. Can’t explain why. Footsteps from my apartment is an alley full of families serving office lunches for 30,000 VND ($1.30 USD). I sit down at the cơm trưa stall and start eating. Lost in thought. This soup is delicious though… Suddenly a large man hovers over […]
Tom shares his eight-year journey growing Vietnam Coracle into one of Vietnam’s top travel resources.
Reading hundreds of obituaries over the years has taught me three lessons about living well.
Changing an identity feels like death. From the hero’s journey, we know it IS death. But at the end of the tunnel new life awaits.
Motivation is closely tied to our expectation of success.
What you do now is infinitely more inspiring than what you say you’ll do in the future.
Most people just want four things: connection, autonomy, progress and a peaceful state of mind.
Before bringing in the new we must create a vacuum.
What career switchers can learn from Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger, Natalie Portman and other great actors.
Intuition is not a mystical power held by a few, but rather an innate tool that we need to exercise daily.
Left unattended, our strengths can quickly become weaknesses.
Success does not always come from thinking, trying or striving harder.