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Holding Hands

By Kyle Milligan / May 3, 2016

Today I sat in a coffee shop and I read. I’m kind of getting burned out on working on my sequel to Hang-Ups and Hangovers (I’m 15,000 words in the first draft right now, but I have a good idea of about 1,000 useless words I will probably cut). I also hadn’t read in a while. […]

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How to Write a Book

By Kyle Milligan / April 27, 2016

I have started work on the sequel to my debut novel, Hang-Ups and Hangovers (you can pick up Hang-Ups and Hangovers on Amazon by clicking here). I’m about 11,000 words deep. In total, reaching this point took probably a little over two months working a little bit every couple days. When I wrote the How to […]

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Stepping Closer to The Dream

By Kyle Milligan / April 19, 2016

Last Friday I had my first book signing. That was kind of surreal. Someone once asked me about book signings and I told her I would never do one. I said, “I would never go to one, so I don’t think I should have one.” I actually dogged them pretty badly. Well, I put my […]

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Charles Bukowski Post Office and Its Sad Truths

By Kyle Milligan / April 13, 2016

Someone told me my writing reminded them of Charles Bukowski. I was intrigued. Now I’m in love. I decided to start at the beginning and picked up the first Charles Bukowski novel, Post Office. I loved it. Bukowski has been quoted as saying not to expect much from the book but I adored it. Even though the […]

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A Chance Occurrence and The Law of Attraction

By Kyle Milligan / April 11, 2016

Last post on all99life was an interview with entrepreneur Ray Clark about how he started his printing business in high school. Ray stressed that at the start of his journey he was constantly putting out vibes to the world of his dream to work for himself. He believed those vibes would be answered with similar and […]

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How Ray Clark Started His Printing Business in High School

By Kyle Milligan / April 7, 2016

I sat down with 18 year old entrepreneur Raymond Clark Coklan, founder of Mid-Latitude Graphics, a vinyl printing company, and chatted about being a risk-taking entrepreneur. Ray has an “old soul,” and offers valuable insight even at his youthful age on what it takes to be a entrepreneur. In this episode we discuss: Being a […]

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The Train is Rolling

By Kyle Milligan / April 6, 2016

It’s been a busy April and it’s only the 6th. The train is rolling, and I’m super stoked. April 1, launched Hang-Ups and Hangovers on Kindle. April 8, Hang-Ups and Hangovers will be available on Paperback RIGHT NOW, you can sign up at realkylemilligan.com to get early access to the paperback direct from my publisher […]

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3 Ways Free Stuff Still Costs You A Lot

By Kyle Milligan / April 4, 2016

How stoked would you be for a FREE, brand new Lamborghini? I’ll tell you how stoked- you would crap your pants. That is until the insurance bill came. Then vehicle taxes were due. Oh, and of course you have to keep that beautiful machine spick and span with weekly car-washes. Now if only the darn […]

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Leap First Then Build The Net

By Kyle Milligan / March 30, 2016

Don’t you hate it when you have a brilliant idea, you give it some thought, and then it doesn’t seem so brilliant anymore? Maybe you let the voice in the back of your mind, your lizard brain, creep up and convince you that it’s a dumb idea or that you are under prepared. I say […]

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3 Truths About Your Mistakes

By Kyle Milligan / March 28, 2016

“If you aren’t making mistakes you aren’t trying hard enough.” I have no idea who said it. It’s all over the internet and I’ve seen it in books. I think I first saw it in Linchpin by Seth Godin. I started this post over a week ago. I had the outline already written up. But […]

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