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8 years of coaching! My top tips

Made it another year! This was the toughest one yet, by far. Having our first child and choosing to be a fully engaged dad meant that for the first time since I started my coaching business hasn’t grown. We’ve just plateaued to stay alive, basically, but that was a conscious choice and now that I see the connection I have Read More

What school didn’t teach you, part 6: Creative productivity and success for artists

Become a confident beast with my Shamelessness course on Udemy High school and university failed us all. While they taught us things like algebra and history, we weren’t taught any of the things we actually needed to know to create a successful, high quality life! In this series of 6 videos, I’ll try to teach you what school failed to Read More

Authentic sales techniques (part 3/3)

How to sell anything without manipulation (part 3/3) Marketing and sales gurus usually try to convince you to use manipulative techniques to make a quick buck off insecure people, like using scarcity, pushing on pain points, rushing the money discussion, getting them to “comply” with a “Yes ladder”, and all sorts of bullshit. Not only are these techniques unethical and Read More

Authentic sales techniques pt. 1/3

How to sell anything without manipulation (part 1/3) Marketing and sales gurus usually try to convince you to use manipulative techniques to make a quick buck off insecure people, like using scarcity, pushing on pain points, rushing the money discussion, getting them to “comply” with a “Yes ladder”, and all sorts of bullshit. Not only are these techniques unethical and Read More

The 9to5 Conspiracy

Watch the video-version above or check out the podcast version HERE. So you think you have to work 40 hours per week—think again! Today I want to explore what I call the 9-to-5 conspiracy. I am not the first one to talk about this by any means. We are going to explore whether working a 40 hour week job is Read More

The first 2 years: Setting up a genuinely successful coaching business

There’s a lot of hypey bullshit out there that targets vulnerable wannabe life coaches and drains them of their scarce financial resources. I want to put this out there for FREE, to provide an alternative to what’s offered by the sharks circling this industry looking to prey on one of the easiest sources of a quick buck: new coaches. I’ve Read More

How YOU Can Survive Cancel Culture

Cancel culture is one of the latest trends in online bullying, and now normal everyday people are having their careers destroyed by internet trolls. In the above video, we look at how cancel culture has affected everyone, from my quiet little coaching clients through to huge stars like comedian Louis CK. If you want to learn how to survive cancel Read More

3 Tips for Starting Your Own Business

Watch the video above or read the written version below This one is for the wannabe entrepreneurs: anyone who’s thinking about starting a business or has been playing with that idea, especially a service-based business (as opposed to a product-based business where you’re just selling an item/s). I did a 90min BROJO webinar where we covered this in much more Read More

Dealing with panic when starting a new job or relationship

Watch the video above, or read the unedit transcript below Right, looking like we’re live here on Facebook. Got a spontaneous one for you guys today. I just got a message from a friend of mine, who I’m going to keep anonymous. But basically, they’re about to start something new in the career space but are afraid how it’s going Read More

Got What it Takes to be a Life Coach?

Becoming a coach is by far one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I love people. I love self-development. I love confidence-building. I love integrity. I hate wasted lives. I hate seeing people being held back by social anxiety. I hate seeing people suffering from low self-worth. I hate dishonesty. This combination of love and hate has transformed me Read More

The Challenge That Tested My Values

A guest post by Anthony Zhou In November 2018, I had a situation where I had to choose between my values or a potential positive outcome if I ignored my values. In self-development, the idea of values and value-based living are common concepts, and I guess they can be considered the building blocks (to identify your core values click here). Read More

Feeling Guilty for Saving Money?

You want to hang out with your friends, but they always insist on going somewhere “nice.” You enjoy the dating scene, but feel pressured to spend big to impress a total stranger. You’d like to save your money for important and meaningful things, but people give you shit for being too tight… I posted recently in the BROJO Facebook community Read More

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