Jun 26

June 26, 2016

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Be Ready For Anything – Surviving The Turmoil Of Post-Brexit Britain

What is going to happen? It’s the middle of the weekend after Britain has just voted to leave the EU and my Facebook feed is full of gnashing of teeth and wailing. A lot of people are scared and worried. Regardless of what our politicians tell us, nobody knows what the next few years will bring. Are we in for... Read more

Posted in Ramblings

Jun 18

June 18, 2016

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Every Tool I Use For My Amazon Seller Business

My post how to start an Amazon FBA business was a beast. 4,000 words of in-depth step-by-step explanation on how to become a profitable Amazon seller from scratch. But 4,000 words is massive, I wouldn’t be surprised if you got bored after the first paragraph, or decided it just wasn’t for you. Well to make it easier (and also in response to... Read more

Posted in Businesses

Jun 13

June 13, 2016

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My Digital Nomad Expenses – Travelling South America vs Living In London

On the 7th March, I got on a flight to South America. I had given up my flat in central London, given away most of my possessions and decided to try the life of a location independent minimalist nomad. For the previous five years, I had been living in central London. One of the most expensive cities in the world, and... Read more

Posted in Money Saving

Jun 8

June 8, 2016

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The Digital Renaissance and The Modern Polymath

We live in a world on specialties. “What do you do?” or “what did you study?” is the opening line of thousands of conversations around the world. We love to know what someone does in order to define them. “Oh, you’re a mathematician?” And in their heads, they start building an image of a certain style of specialist around you.... Read more

Posted in Ramblings

Jun 1

June 1, 2016

18 month earning

18-Month Blog Earning Report

The blog has now been going 18 months. Mental! I’ve written over 50 posts, spent countless hours on it and had over 250,000 visitors. What fun. But more excitingly, the blog has started to become a decent income source. At the one-year point, the blog had made a total of £1,124.04. Not a lot, and certainly not worth the time... Read more

Posted in Businesses

May 10

May 10, 2016

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What I Learnt Spending a Year Getting Beaten Up

For the last year, I have been putting myself through a lot of pain. I have had countless black eyes, a broken rib, a broken finger and spent most of the time covered in bruises. I have been suffering from the sort of violence people spend their entire lives trying to avoid. Except the weird thing is, I’m loving it.... Read more

Posted in Ramblings

Apr 25

April 25, 2016

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How To Find The Best Products To Sell On Amazon

After reading my in-depth guide on how to start an Amazon FBA business, the most common question I get is: how do you go about choosing what to sell? What are the best products to sell on Amazon? Well, it takes quite a lot of research but here are the basic criteria of what you should look for: Items that can... Read more

Posted in Businesses

Apr 21

April 21, 2016

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My Interview on the Life, Love and Entrepreneurship Podcast

I was recently interviewed by Deepak Shukla on his podcast: Life, Love & Entrepreneurship. In it we discuss thinking outside the box, being an optimist, professional gambling, breweries, Amazon FBA and much more. Check it out! Listen on iTunes // Listen on Soundcloud  ... Read more

Posted in Interviews

Apr 8

April 8, 2016

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How To Start An Amazon FBA Business

I have been selling online through an Amazon FBA business since 2013, but I haven’t really spoken about it much on this blog. I hesitate because to a reader I think it sounds too easy. There are a lot of the articles written about Amazon FBA and they too often just like a scammy get-rich-quick scheme. The logic is simple... Read more

Posted in Businesses

Apr 3

April 3, 2016

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The Great Marketing Experiment – PPC Update

You may have read my post a few weeks ago about the post about experimenting with PPC adverts. During that post, I spent just under £300 on different forms of pay-per-click advertising. I didn’t get much out of that £300, but I did learn a lot. I ended the post by saying that we were going to try and use... Read more

Posted in Businesses