Save yourself time, money, frustration, stress, guilt, shame, embarrassment, anger, fear, and frequent trips to the liquor store

I have another confession to make… I have very little (read: none) self-control when it comes to eating popcorn at the movies. Amanda (the kids’ Mom) was in Seattle for the weekend, so I got to be with the kids all weekend. Yesterday, we went to church, grocery shopped, (a mistake I continue to make …

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How this iconic burger can make your wallet fatter

I think we could all agree on this… Building trust with your market is an important part of putting more of the green stuff in your piggybanks, right? One of the key elements in building trust is repetition. You might have noticed, I do this OFTEN, with messages like… Create content. Make offers. Business is …

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A boring, not flashy, extremely effective business plan

Hey Adam! You’ve heard me say this MANY times. And I will continue hammering home this point home. It’s about making offers consistently. In fact, I recorded a podcast about this topic you can listen to here: The Importance of Making More Offers, Consistently. Anywhoo… Inside Dadpreneur Freedom, we’re doing a ‘Make a Daily Offer’ Challenge for the …

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Confession

I wrote this email yesterday, and never hit send.  I have a confession to make. I did ZERO work the last 4 days. This wasn’t planned. It just happened. I brought my laptop to Sedona. Never turned it on. We were busy hiking, site seeing and enjoying this absolute gem in the desert. Here’s a church …

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COVID didn’t stop him

What a week… Ashton turns 6 today. My birthday is Sunday. Amanda & I are going to Sedona tomorrow for a weekend getaway. Very little work was done this week. Although, I’ve been much more active on Instagram this week (connect with me here) Earlier this week, I held the Dadpreneur Challenge workshop. Where I taught how to …

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What you can learn from a 44 year old NFL quarterback

This is a story I share often. Roger Banister… Heard of him? He broke the 4-minute mile back in May 1954. Experts, like doctors & scientists, said it was impossible for a human being to run a 4-minute mile. It sounds like the experts we hear from today  Within a year, there were a dozen of people who broke …

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This made me feel like 💩

I turn 40 this Sunday. We’re now down to days…not weeks. Up until this past weekend, I didn’t have any exciting plans. Dinner with the family, is the standard birthday routine. Last week, my buddy Conrad texted me his plans for his brother-in-law’s 40th birthday celebration. Which included a pool party on the strip last Saturday, …

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Want to publish a Nano Book?

“Memories for several lifetimes” That was a text I received from my buddy Conrad when we arrived in Vegas last night. I had texted him about our incredible trip to Montana, and how we made it home safe and sound. A fantastic trip, but I’m happy to be home. Anywhoo… Earlier this week, I sent out an …

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WTF is a Nano Book?!?

Yesterday, the kids and I swam a lot. We did some snorkeling, too. We caught a baby turtle (the size of a silver dollar), a couple craw fish, and some minnows. We head home Thursday. 14 days is a long time for a vacation. I’m ready to be home. I recently read that 8 days …

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