Become Great At Doing The Right Things

“I was not supposed to be here this long,” David moaned.   That was part of the message I received from a new member of Total Life Freedom School, talking about his desire to get out of the career that has swallowed up his time and suffocated his creativity and finally build a business for himself.   When

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Do The Words That We Use Affect The Life That We Live?

I had someone tell me that they didn’t believe that having Total Life Freedom was possible. Now, in the five years of this being our business name, I had never thought of it in a literal sense. I always saw Total Life Freedom as something that was aspirational. It was created to inspire and pull others

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Why You Should Build It Before You Need It

The structure in which I teach solopreneurs how to create multiple streams of income is based around what I call The Stadium Model. Between my love of sports as a kid and my two-decade career as a sports photographer, it became obvious to me how the sports industry was able to take a game and turn

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The Creator’s Advantage

Without looking it up, do you know what the best selling album is in music history? It might surprise you to learn that the Eagles hold the top spot, with Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 album as the top seller. They have bounced back and fourth with Thriller by Michael Jackson for the top spot over the past seven or eight

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The Beauty of The Solopreneur Life

I’ve always done things that went against what I was “supposed” to do. Ever since I was five years old, if I could challenge the status quo, I would. Ask my parents if you want the laundry list of examples.  Apparently, that hasn’t changed in adulthood. And Elizabeth joined me for the wild ride. When

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Business Lessons From The Karate Kid

Do you remember your first real job?   I clearly remember mine. Even though I had done newspaper routes and a bunch of other little things to earn some money, my first “real” job was as a busboy at North Hills Country Club on Long Island when I was fifteen.    My first night at

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Stop Chasing Useless Titles

I use a lot of sports analogies in my work and content. It’s amazing to me how many people who follow my work are not at all interested in sports but completely relate to these analogies. Today will be no different.    As trivial, oversaturated and excessive professional sports can be- especially when it comes

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Why You Don’t Have To Be Well Known To Have Life Changing Impact

Last week in the Total Life Freedom Mastermind, we had an in depth discussion on how we can be not only better connected, but also better connectors. Connectors don’t seek the spotlight. They often don’t have a huge public following. But they have the influence and trust to create huge change in the world.  I’ll give

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Which One of These Friends Are You?

Is there a personal development or business book that you read over and over again? The type of book that you bust out a few times a year and always get reinspired, reconnected or informed again? One of those books for me is The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. I picked this book up for the first time

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