Another Friday, and another opportunity to explore some interesting links! This week’s theme: entrepreneurs and people you outta know, plus a cool way to earn cash from those photos on your phone.
Do you know about Neil Patel? I’ve been learning a lot from him about content marketing and internet business.
Need some nutrition coaching, advice, or some awesome workout clothes for women? Then check out my friend and fellow Airman, Suzanne over at Nutrition Snob. (Don’t let the “snob” part fool ya–she’s a great gal!).
Following your dream and making it your life’s work is what drives entrepreneurs. When we visited the Hawaiian island of Lanai last June we met Mike and Kathy Carroll. Mike was a commercial artist who gave up the corporate life and opened an art gallery on Lanai. He sells his work over the internet as well as in person, and it’s fabulous–and the shipping is good too!
Ever want to create a flyer or some other professional graphic, but Powerpoint just wasn’t “enough”? The try Canva! Easy to use, free, and professional looking graphics are a click away.
Ok, last one. You know all those pictures you have on your phone? The ones you never look at? Well there’s a site called Twenty20.com where you can upload your photos and sell them online. You make 40% commission on each photo. I haven’t sold any yet…but check out my gallery anyway!
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Mickey believes everyone can reach high levels of performance if inspired and led. During his 28 year US Air Force career Mickey commanded thousands of Airmen, managed portfolios worth billions of dollars, and worked with military, civil, and industry officials around the world. He is a Distinguished Graduate from the Eisenhower School at National Defense University in Washington DC.
Mickey is the author of seven books, including Leading Leaders: Inspiring, Empowering, and Motivating Teams and The 5 Be’s For Starting Out. He’s a frequent contributor to industry publications and writes for his own Leading Leaders blog, and GeneralLeadership.com.