After 4 months experimenting with a different writing app, I’ve come back to Ulysses. Here’s why.
1Password 8 is out now, and despite Apple’s Keychain/password manager getting better, I still prefer to use 1Password for most things. The redesign is fantastic, and I’m excited to see even more integration into macOS and iOS. But one feature I’ve always ignored is Watchtower.
When you truly understand your customers, you can get them to happily pay you to solve their problems. Here’s how my eye doctor got me to pay an extra $39 without thinking twice.
I’m not much of a marketing guy. For a long time, I’ve taken a Field of Dreams approach to marketing, which I’ve written about quite a bit. And while I know that you need to define an audience and solve a problem, I still struggle with the packaging of certain offerings. But what I’m learning is this: you need to invoke a feeling, not just tell people what you offer.
Creating consistent content is hard for a lot of people – but there are a few things you can do to have what I like to call “backup content.” But it can be hard to get motivated to produce one, let alone multiple pieces of content in a single shot. Here’s what I recommend.
Some of the most popular shows started off as an idea that got refined after it started. When you look at the best, you only see the success, not the journey. But no one starts at the top.
While working out my income and project goals for this year, something I added to my list was more paid workshops and webinars. I want people to be able to sign up, get the workshop and the replay, and learn something tangible. And as a WordPress developer, it’s easy to think, “Oh I can put this whole thing on WordPress. But I’ve been actively deciding against WordPress for things like this. Here’s why.
It’s 2022 and God-willing, many people will be back to traveling again! I already have 2 conferences planned1and at least 1 family vacation. As a result I’ve reassessed by bag…
A lot changed for our family in 2021…especially in December. We welcomed our daughter, Abigail Grace, into the world. She’s our 3rd; we have 2 in diapers now. Providing for a family of 5 isn’t something I was planning to do for a couple of years. As a result, my wife and I have committed to no spending in January. Here’s how we’re doing it.
dad, we get an affinity for pocket knives. From our mom, we got a love of stationary. We all love a good notebook and pen, but of the 4 of use I’ve taken it to the most extreme. As a result, I have a pretty great analog toolkit.