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The Tiny Frog Story


Have you heard of the story of the tiny frog before? Ken shared it with me recently and I found it very meaningful (story below gotten from this webpage and has been built on by myself): Once upon a time, there was a group of tiny frogs who arranged a competition. The goal was to reach the top of a tower….


Running 2 Blogs with 90,000 Monthly Pageviews — While Holding a Full-Time Job [Matt Leyva]

Matt Leyva and his blog traffic growth

Have you tried to start a blog or web business before? If you have, you’ll know it’s not as easy as it looks. This is what PE reader Matt experienced a while after he started his blog which led him to feel overwhelm and procrastinate. Learn how he overcame odds to build 2 blogs with 90,000 monthly pageviews — while holding a full-time job!


From Over 20 Years of Putting Off Her Book, to Upcoming Author [Diana Diehl]

Diana Diehl

Have you ever had people tell you that “It’s too late to do [X]” or “You’re too old to do [X]; don’t bother”? For a long time, this was what PE reader Diana faced. This led to her putting off her passion in writing and her book project for over 20 years. Here’s her story of how she worked through her fears and is finally publishing her book after over 20 years, at age 63. ♥


From Procrastination to Massive Productivity in 1 Month [Craig Scott]

Craig Scott: Child to Adult

Have you ever had the problem where you would start on something, procrastinate, and then give up? And then you would switch to something else, try it for a little while, and then give up? If so, you are not alone. For over 15 YEARS, this was what Craig experienced. Read how he turned things around and became a massive action taker, even today!


“I’m too busy.” 5 Procrastination Lies We Tell Ourselves, Debunked


Do you have a habit of procrastinating? In my years of working with clients to bust their procrastination, I’ve found 5 deep-seated “lies” that we tend to tell ourselves, so that we feel better about procrastinating. I call these “lies” because they’re often untrue and are merely justifications to help us feel better about procrastinating. See…


“It’s too late for me to work on [X].” [How Larry Pursued His Ideal Career — At Age 57]

Back view of a guy, alone by himself

How often do you hear someone say the following? “It’s too late to pursue my passion.” “It’s too late to start my business.” “It’s too late to start my blog.” “It’s too late to do [X].” For me, I hear such comments all the time. People in their 40s saying it’s too late to start a…