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DE 009: Making a niche business idea work

DE 009: Making a niche business idea work

China and punk rock vinyl are not two things you typically associate with each other. Despite this, Nevin has figured out how to combine his passion for both into a viable business. His story is a fantastic example that whatever niche idea you are thinking of pursuing, it is absolutely possible if you approach it in the right way.

6 (crap) excuses you tell yourself

6 (crap) excuses you tell yourself

We all do it, and we know we do it. The big, life changing decisions are the ones you often leave until the absolute last minute… after you have done the dishes, cleaned up the house, done your taxes and paired all those uneven socks. It’s important to remind yourself occasionally why they are a load to cr*p.

Will you come back alive?

Will you come back alive?

Moving to a developing country can seem a little scary. You’ve all seen the movies, and heard the anecdotes from friends. So what should you believe, and how do you mitigate the risk of something bad happening?

DE 006: Using an unusual passion to fund a meaningful life

DE 006: Using an unusual passion to fund a meaningful life

Bradley has built a brand name for himself as ‘the guy’ who helps governments figure out bike sharing programs in developing countries and has mastered the art of using a consulting business to pay for his life abroad. He currently lives in Laos, doing it tough in a french era cabin overlooking the Mekong.

Safe will never get you to awesome

Safe will never get you to awesome

The safe path can be tempting. School, university and parents all tell you to take it. The thing is, the safe path is not really all that safe anymore… and it will never get you to awesome.

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