I’ve been meaning to set myself this challenge for a while, and today seems as good a day as any to make a start! Here are the rules to my 100 day challenge:
- Do one thing every day for 100 days to see how much you can improve
- Keep it simple so it’s easy to stick to
- Make sure your improvements are measurable in some way
- Post it somewhere public to keep yourself accountable – even if you just post what you’re going to do in the comments below
- Set a forfeit which you must stick to if you fail, to keep you motivated.
Manifestation is an extremely useful tool that anyone can use to achieve their dreams, it’s really easy, works every time and yet barely any of us use it with any real conviction. Manifestation is the process of taking the thoughts and dreams from inside your head and turning them into the physical reality which you find yourself in. I’m going to show you how I used this to achieve one of my dreams and how you can use it to achieve yours too.
I wrote previously about why I moved to New Zealand on a whim, but obviously this was an extremely condensed version of events and didn’t tell the whole story – that would be impossible and nobody would read it to the end. What I didn’t include (and what this whole journey wouldn’t have been possible without) was how I manifested my new reality and how I stayed focused on achieving the goal of relocating to New Zealand.
Assuming you already have a business idea and a plan in place for your website, this guide will show you how to make a WordPress website and save around $5k by setting it up yourself, rather than paying a designer or agency to do it for you. It includes the tricks I have picked up over the past several years building hundreds of websites, and the exact services I use.
My whole philosophy when building websites is to focus on what’s important – for most new businesses this means quickly getting up a simple, nice looking website for minimum cost that will allow them to start doing business.
Moving from England to New Zealand was probably the scariest thing I’ve ever done. I hadn’t even been outside of Europe before, but somehow I found myself making the decision to move permanently to the opposite side of the world.
I had always liked the idea of living somewhere with a warmer climate and better scenery, but it wasn’t until one fateful day in Manchester that the idea started to change from a dream to reality. After eating a delicious, hangover-curing fried breakfast with extra black pudding, my friend and I were walking in the glorious sunshine discussing how much better life was when it was sunny.
Welcome to my new blog, where I will write about lifestyle design, business startups, computing and marketing. I aim to give a balanced account of areas where I have been successful, mistakes I have made and what I learned throughout the process.