Category Archives: Guest Posts


Guest Post from Russ Perry – Father-preneur Hacks: Managing fatherhood and entrepreneurship without going insane

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Along our quest to optimize, be more efficient, increase the speed of our neural pathways, and pursue our life of greatness, many of us experience a stunning one, sometimes two punch combo that completely derails our game-plan. The more traditional first punch is marriage. We meet the person of our dreams and suddenly our perfectly plotted strategic plan to launch/build/improve/achieve melts away. Before we know it, a second left-hook is flying in and even further knocks the entrepreneurial wind out of us – fatherhood. As a married father of two beautiful daughters, I’ve experience both of these “punches” to my…

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These 4 Things Are Killing Your Ability To Think And Focus – By Dave Asprey

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  Back when I was fat, I’d wake up feeling noticeably weaker and slower on some days than others. I figured these were symptoms of being overweight, but I didn’t understand why they were so much worse from day to day. As I researched the Bulletproof Diet, I realized that there were 4 things in my diet that were slowing me down and killing my ability to think and focus. These 4 things were different types of anti-nutrients, toxins that are used to keep animals, bugs, and fungi from eating the plants so the plants can reproduce. The key to…

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3 Ways to Heal Your Gut Fast – Guest Post from Ben Greenfield

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Ben Greenfield is one of the top minds in health and wellness. He’s the engine behind, the amazing Ben Greenfield Podcast, a personal friend, and the guy I go to when I can’t figure out something having to do with health. His new book, Beyond Training is a beautiful tome of knowledge on health, fitness, and life. I almost never include guest posts on my blog but if there’s one person I trust to bring you essential knowledge, it’s Ben. “3 Ways to Heal Your Gut Fast”  Leaky gut syndrome, Crohn’s, gluten intolerance and allergies, irritable bowel syndrome and bacterial…

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Want to Fend Off Disease? Mix Up Your Workouts –

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Inflammation isn’t the sexiest fitness topic under the sun, but it’s a vital bodily response to harm. If we get into a car accident, inflammation will protect injured joints through swelling; think of it as a surge of soldiers from the immune system racing in to begin repair. But chronic inflammation can contribute to all sorts of harmful conditions, ranging from heart conditions, to arthritis, to Crohn’s Disease[1]. A new study, however, suggests a combination of different types of exercise can be especially helpful when it comes to combating runaway inflammation — and fending off some nasty diseases later in life [2]. Read…

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Guest Post from Brad Wilson of – Saving Time at The Airport

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Saving time and freeing up your mind is my primary goal and sometimes that also means saving money. Brad started in 2001 as a college student trying to show friends and classmates money-saving tips and tricks both online and offline. Today BradsDeals is the largest editorial-driving deal site with more than 8 million subscribers. Brad is also the best-selling author of Do More, Spend Less: The New Secrets of Living the Good Life for Less. Any stressor when traveling takes away from your experience and makes you less likely to want to leave your house next time. Eliminating stressors and replacing them…

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Guest Post from Laura Skladzinski – The Woman Who Runs Way More Than You

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Laura Skladzinski is an amazing inspiration. She decide to become the youngest woman to run all 50 US state marathons and she did it by 25. I ran one marathon in my life and I could never see myself doing it again so Laura’s story totally blew me away. What is so amazing though is that she accomplished all of this while holding a full time job as a NYC based consultant, and she has managed to remain (from my perspective) a very happy and sociable person. I know from training for one Ironman, that the training takes over, you…

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Guest Post: Let Someone Else Write the Blog by Jennifer Olson of Blogmutt

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When you started your small business, it was clear that the core processes to running your business should include these five, as stated in BizManualz: ​ Sales & Marketing ​ Accounting & Technology ​ Quality & Product/Service Delivery ​ Management, HR & Finance ​ Product Development But what is your role in these processes as the head honcho? I am not a CEO of a small business, or any business for that matter, but I am pretty sure that your job is NOT to DO every aspect of each process (can you even imagine?!). Here are some words of both…

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Guest Post: Finding Out YOUR Virtual Assistant Needs

Guest Post: Finding Out YOUR Virtual Assistant Needs

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Nick Loper is the founder of, a leading resource for virtual assistant reviews.  Heres Nick: There are already 101 posts about “101 things a virtual assistant can do for you.” This won’t be another one of those. This is about how to specifically find out what a VA can do for YOU. Your Personal Ceiling  Every sole proprietor reaches a ceiling, where it’s impossible to do more business without additional help. For some people, that’s fine and they’re happy working up to that ceiling. But if you’re reading this, I’m guessing you’re not happy with that ceiling and want to do something…

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Guest Post: Conserving Energy and Why I Have a Pushup Alarm Clock

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Scott Britton is a fellow life hacker and Skillshare Master Teacher. His class 30+ Life Hacks to have more money, time, energy, and well being is totally awesome. He has some really cool and practical ways of dealing with time wasters and productivity drainers. Enjoy this guest post and be sure to check out Scotts blog Life Long Learning. Here’s Scott: At SinglePlatform we do pushups on the hour every hour. I love this practice and the benefits extend beyond just making us barrel-chested. The trigger for my pushups each hour is an alarm clock I’ve installed on my desktop….

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