There is no such thing as success, making it or being "famous." However, I do believe that if you can find something (big or small, high-impact or not) where you thrive, feel challenged most days, and feel invincible while doing it, do more of that.
I need to have a bit of chaos and change in my work because I can’t work in a mundane and repetitive environment.
written by: Kevin O'Connell
It's not always easy, and it requires a lot of patience. Here are 5 reasons why.
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They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. This really resonated with me two days ago while The Niche Movement team faced a tough decision.
Again, in a very timely blog post from someone I admire, respect and look up to, Seth Godin recently
That is why I am writing and posting this today, not only on behalf of myself but from everyone involved with NicheCon including our core team Mandi Stewart, Amy Corron, and Camille Sennett.
What we are calling a “logistical snafu” we decided to push back NicheCon to March 10th-11th, 2017.
Same location. Same themes. Better season (#cherryblossoms). Leveled-up experience.
This has been the toughest decision I think I’ve made since I launched my journey as a full-time entrepreneur two years ago this month.
In the last five days, I was losing sleep, over thinking, and stressing about so many things as it relates to our first conference.
So let me explain what our logistical
by Kevin O'Connell