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3 Ways to Discover Your Unfair Advantage And Embrace It

By Kyle Milligan / May 15, 2017

Your unfair advantage. Your slight edge. Your genius zone. There are a lot of different names for this phenomenon. No matter what guru you first hear this concept from, it’s always the same. You are inherently good at something. So much so, that you probably don’t even realize you are good at it. It just […]

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How to Make the Best To Do List to be More Productive and Make Money

By Kyle Milligan / November 22, 2016

Anyone working for themselves has to deal with the burden of choice. Entrepreneurs are overwhelmed with discretion and it can be difficult to free oneself from the weeds of frivolous activities and increase productivity. Worry not, I have the best daily to-do list strategy that can make you more productive in no time. I found this […]

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Never Get A Real Job by Scott Gerber Review

By Kyle Milligan / November 21, 2016

When I picked up Never Get A Real Job by Scott Gerber for the first time in years I realized where much of my entrepreneurial mindset came from. Halfway through the first chapter, I discovered that some of my thoughts about “real jobs” were sort of borrowed from the teachings in this book. “Paychecks come and go; […]

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How To Write a Startup Business Plan Step by Step

By Kyle Milligan / November 20, 2016

I recently picked up one of my favorite entrepreneurship books, Never Get A Real Job by Scott Gerber, and accidentally reread the entire thing. I kept reading because I kept finding useful information that I overlooked the first time I read it. One of the things Gerber explained, which I implemented THAT VERY MINUTE, was his One-paragraph […]

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3 Books That Will Change Your Life and Words of Wisdom on My 28th

By Kyle Milligan / November 12, 2016

Do you ever feel older? I don’t think one ever feels like they’ve matured fully. Do you feel like you have all the answers to the questions you had just a couple years ago? Me neither. Today is my birthday. I’m turning 28. Looking at photos I can see I’m older. My features are rougher. My […]

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How to Start a Successful Blog and What to Blog About

By Kyle Milligan / October 23, 2016

Counter-intuitively, to start a successful blog you should stop trying to learn how to start a successful blog. When I made my first $20 blogging, I had no idea what a keyword was, how SEO worked, or any of that jazz. I simply wrote what was going on in my life. The organic aspect of blogging relates to […]

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How I Used Facebook Lead Ads to Generate 47 Email Subscribers in 5 Days

By Kyle Milligan / October 19, 2016

Facebook Lead Ads are a fantastic tool to gather email leads by using basic, yet highly targeted advertising campaigns. It is a paid service, but stick with me and I might make you a believer. What are Facebook Lead Ads? Facebook Lead Ads are customized, paid, targeted ads embedded on Facebook user’s news feeds. Targeted How? […]

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2 Ways Blogging Could Leave You Needing a Lawyer and How to Protect Yourself

By Kyle Milligan / October 18, 2016

Blogging is all the rage right now. The masses have witnessed the exciting power of sharing ideas and building followings with social media and an affordable WordPress website. Careful, though. If you don’t play by the rules regarding free pics and plagiarism, blogging could leave you needing a lawyer. Blogging and Free Pics I used to grab all my […]

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How to Quit a Job in 5 Simple Steps

By Kyle Milligan / October 17, 2016

So you want to quit your job, eh? I can relate. I hate jobs. But enough about me. Whether you want to avoid conflict or just want to do it right, here’s how to quit a job in 5 simple steps. How to quit a job: The quit Step 5. The actual quitting You’ve decided […]

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7 Signals for When to Quit Your Job

By Kyle Milligan / October 16, 2016

So you’re wondering when to quit your job. Just imagine this… You just arrived at your desk, five minutes past the hour. Depending on the type of job you have, hourly or salary, you either scramble to clock in before you are officially tardy or you skip the coffee machine and get straight to work. […]

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