Please Don’t Make This Business (And Life) Mistake

Lately I’ve been doing a LOT of content creation for my new personal brand. So one of the things I’ve done is move my office for the summer to my place on the beach. I explain why I made this choice, along with one of the BIGGEST lessons I’ve learned on my journey so far. In fact, this is one of the reasons I think my new brand has been able to reach the six-figure mark in less than a year. Most new entrepreneurs do NOT do this, and it’s a huuuuuge mistake. 

In Today’s Video You’ll Learn:

  • Why I moved my office for the summer (and why it could be a good idea for you too) …
  • One of the most important lessons I’ve learned in my journey so far …
  • A BIG mistake most people starting out with business and content creation make (please don’t do this!) …
  • Why these two simple words are something you should follow not just in your business but in your everyday life as well …
  • And much more …


Erik Forrester

Thank you James It is so refreshing to hear you say this especially as I am getting my website up and I find I am tending to look for just the “right” words when often I need to find the “real” words and I can wordsmith later. The former practice has kept me from progress for a long time. Your call to be original is what I am finally doing and your encouragement is pushing me in the perfect direction.

Lisa Anne

Thanks James. Good timing to watch your video. I’ve been having a similar sense of clarity. It’s good to get your take on it, particularly confirming as you have such a success story attached to your POV. Great share. Thanks!

Suzette Cameron

I enjoyed the video. It is so true that you will be much more successful and happy when you are true to yourself. Thanks for helping move forward with my business.


James, I agree. Periodically I will go to the park with a notebook, a pen, and an issue to ponder. I usually leave there with at least one inspirational idea or thought.


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