So here is the deal – what you are going to read ahead is a very comprehensive tutorial for a topic that I’m guessing only one or two of your Facebook contacts are familiar with. No one really cares about guest blogging, except those who know what it is, and I will take a wild guess again, wagering that for this limited selection of fellas, guest blogging is detrimental for the strength of their business, career, and very likely their paycheck.
In the economic sphere, an act, a habit, an institution, a law produces not only one effect, but a series of effects. Of these effects, the first alone is immediate; it appears simultaneously with its cause; it is seen. The other effects emerge only subsequently; they are not seen; we are fortunate if we foresee them.
Smaller homes – people figured – are less expensive than larger ones to build, require less heating, maintenance, and repair costs. In addition, they encourage a minimal lifestyle with a more pragmatic approach to life. Captivated by design, frugal living, or the scope of the social movement, one by one, millions joined.
Researching for this article, I’ve noticed a strange urge to reach for the credit card. Not sure, but it might have the same effect while reading it. The list that follows includes some pretty cool stuff. Most of which not classifying as necessitates, no matter how hard you are trying to justify your spending habits; though nonetheless, they are going to change a number of things in your life.
Opening our entrepreneurship category a while back, we decided to create the biggest resource on how to start an online business. A massive 17 thousand words on the subject, covering the landscape, tools, strategies, tactics, and authoritative resources for further reading. Likely the equivalent of two semesters of learning material here. Maybe more, way more… It is hard to quantify it. Make sure to share if you like it.