How do you take your life's passion – the thing that lights you up inside, that brings you joy, that makes you come alive – and turn that passion into a book, a product or a business?
Can anyone do it? Should you? How do you do it?
Tip of the Week: How to Triple Your Productivity
The trick is pretty simple: use three times as many monitors.
- I can keep a resource open on one monitor (research, notes, etc.)
- My working document on the center monitor.
- I can keep communication or utilities open on the third monitor.
You can do this rather on the cheap (as I currently am). I use these three: my Macbook Pro 15″ Retina, and two run-of-the-mill 21″ LCD monitors.
And once you decide this really works for you, you can upgrade with a specialized dock (which is what I'm doing next). I recommend you look at the Henge Dock.
Intelligent. Automated docking and full integration with Mac OS X together make the world’s most intelligent docking station.
Powerful. Support for up to three external displays and 13 expansion ports, including Thunderbolt 2 – your Macbook has never been more powerful.
Elegant. Metal architecture and an elegant design create a natural extension of your MacBook.
Secure. Safeguard your MacBook automatically with password protected dock locking.
Henge Dock for Macbook Pro is $ 449 USD
Feature Segment: Package Your Passion
3 Converging Forces That Make This Possible
- Global Networks
- Instant Commerce Systems
- Digital Distribution
These 3 converging forces make it possible to take your life's passion – the thing that lights you up inside, that brings you joy, that makes you come alive – and turn that passion into a book, a product or a business?
What could you possibly package? What if you “don't have a passion”?
Discover your passion with an “I Exam”:
1. Things you love to do.
2. Things you're good at (other people say so).
3. Things other people pay for that are on lists (1) and (2)
A convergence here gives you a place to start.
The “how” to make the product is NOT THE MAIN ISSUE. It's a detail.
Park the thoughts of tech, and next week, we will explore how to “promote your products.”
JP Sears “How to be a Life Coach”
This is hilarious (coaches, please have a thick skin… have a laugh!)
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