Archive for October 2004

How to Make $100K+ Per Year

I just saw a post in the ASP newsgroups about an article titled, What does it REALLY take to be making 6 figures as a service professional? The bulk of the article is a list of 50 tips, many of which will apply to more than just service professionals. Worth a quick read, methinks.

Quarterly Planning Time

Today I finished typing up my detailed plan for this quarter, which is about 10 pages long. I revise my goals and plans roughly every 90 days, and I find that although this can be tedious (usually 10-15 hours of tiresome work), it’s an essential tool for me, not just for running a business but…

Nanomanufacturing

Last night I attended a meeting of the Las Vegas Futurists, which is a discussion group that gathers monthly to discuss… the future. Being a first-time attendee, I wasn’t sure what to expect, hoping it wouldn’t be a bunch of local teens asking when we’ll have our own holodecks. Fortunately I was pleasantly surprised. The…

Journaling as a Problem-Solving Tool

One the most powerful personal development tools is simply to keep a personal journal. I’ve been keeping paper journals since 1996, and two years ago I converted to journaling software, which I find much faster and more convenient. The program I use is called The Journal. I just bought a second copy of the program…

Can’t Keep a Secret

Today I learned that someone posted a link to this site at the Indie Gamer Forums. So welcome, Indie Gamer visitors. I only started developing this site on October 1st, so I haven’t even officially launched it yet. It was only this afternoon that I finished making the CSS style sheet for the site, but…

The Strangest Secret

For at least a decade now, I’ve been an avid devourer of personal development info. I literally have it for breakfast, since I often listen to audio programs while eating. One audio program I recently picked up from the local library is Earl Nightingale’s The Strangest Secret. I own a number of Earl’s audio programs…

First Post

I just got the new StevePavlina.com web site up and running today after a marathon HTML/PHP/MySQL session. Whew!