The Anatomy of the PERFECT Article Intro (And How to Reverse Engineer It)

Imagine this. Browsing through Amazon, a book catches your eye. The title of the book is compelling, the topic promises to help solve a problem that you’ve been experiencing for awhile, and the price is right. So you order it, download it to your Kindle app and open it up. But as you begin to read, you find your mind wandering. Instead of devouring every word on the pages in front of you, you’re thinking … Read More

The Beginner’s Guide to Becoming a Digital Nomad & Traveling the World While You Work

Last year, I visited over 29 cities across 11 countries. I’ve been on 45+ flights, stayed in more than 40 Airbnbs , and spent over 250 days on the road. And until recently when somebody asked me where I lived, I drew a blank. How could I sum up that for 2 months last spring I bounced between Malta, Greece and France? That Sumo‘s in Austin, but my family is in Vancouver and I spent the summer in the US, Peru, Colombia … Read More

My Top 5 for 2016: Apps, Books and Articles

Okay so you prbably can't be noah kagan and launch a podcast for 1 bajillion downloads in the first month but you CAN promote it to maximize your reach and get into New and Noteworthy

Over the course of a year, I try to make notes of the things that make an impact on me. Sometimes, my notes are about a city I visited that captured a piece of my heart. Often they’re just of apps that worked really well for me or books that resonated. These things are usually stored and tracked in a million different places — iPhone notes, notes in whatever notebook I try to use consistently … Read More