There’s No Such Thing as Passive Income
(or a Successful Passive Brand)

In the entrepreneurial world, the idea of building a brand and creating passive income has always been the holy grail. Do the work once, set it on auto pilot through the magic of technology and scale, and then see the dollars roll in in perpetuity. I’m sorry to disappoint, but I’m here to tell you there’s no such thing. Read More

You Should Know Her:
Denise Duffield-Thomas

Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of entrepreneurs. She is an award-winning speaker, author and entrepreneur helping women create wealth through her mindset courses and practical wisdom on releasing money blocks. She inspires women to overcome their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control of their finances. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Five: It’s OK to Stop Blogging (Seriously!)

We’re coming to the end of a five-part series on how to build a successful blog. So far, we’ve discussed several things, including how to define what having a “successful blog” actually means to you. How to come up with a structure for your blog. How to drive more traffic to your blog. And more. And now, for the final installment of this series, I have some unexpected advice for you. I want you to know… It’s OK to stop blogging. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Three: Serve Your People

Blogging is a lot like giving a performance onstage. You get up there. You deliver your best material. And then, you want to see the audience react. You want to feel like you’re serving your audience—inspiring them, delighting them, and holding their attention, not boring them! But in order to serve your audience, first, you need to understand what they want and need. How can you figure this out? It’s not actually that difficult. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Two: Structure and Schedule

If you’re feeling blog-overwhelm, I recommend introducing some structure and schedule. It only takes a bit of planning to end all the wheel-spinning, fretting, and frustration that many bloggers experience. You’ll even build a stronger sense of trust with your readers simultaneously. Read More