Creating a course and selling it is a great way to make money. Once you make it, there is no cap on how many times you can sell it. Also, unlike a physical product, you only have to make it once. It probably won't make you enough to earn a living but you can make … Continue reading Money for nothing*
Championing free stuff
I'm an advocate for things that are free and accessible to all. We all breathe and so if something as common as that can be utilised as form of deep care for your body and nervous system, I think it's worth a try. If you can afford to pay for things that's great but I … Continue reading Championing free stuff
Are sustainable products profitable?
A few months back, I was looking at buying some reusable items that would in the long term save me money and reduce waste. After a quick google I learned that this item could be used hundreds of times (one site even claimed up to 1000) before needing to be replaced. And so I got … Continue reading Are sustainable products profitable?
50% off something you had no intention of buying. Somehow, the marketers find a way to make that sound appealing to the point where we feel like we're better off spending rather than simply buying nothing at all.
No instructions, no outcome, just play
Sometimes there is this child-like sense of curiosity or this feeling that you probably had as a child when you just wanted to play. It's things like reading a story, having paper and pens to create whatever you like or even a bunch of building blocks. There's no instructions or a specified outcome that you … Continue reading No instructions, no outcome, just play
Something to prove
Sometimes the only reason we choose to stick at something is because we have something to prove to ourselves. From the outside it might seem as though we're wasting time and money because the success isn't coming. From the inside we're just not willing to give up yet because we believe that somehow we can … Continue reading Something to prove
Is it worth fixing?
Before you make the choice to fix something, ask yourself if the thing is worth fixing in the first place. Nobody wants to spend their time, energy and possibly money on something that could end up being a waste of time. As much as some things are worth sticking at and working on, sometimes the … Continue reading Is it worth fixing?
Nobody wants to feel like they’ve been duped
When we think about getting someone to buy something the first is probably that it's a bad thing. Perhaps what comes to mind is a greasy car salesmen or some sort of trickster who will tell lies to convince you to spend money. But what about the other times we buy things based on being … Continue reading Nobody wants to feel like they’ve been duped
5 ways to convince people to spend money
I recently got thinking about some of the ways we're persuaded to spend money. Sometimes it's things we planned to buy anyway but other times it's things we actually had no intention of getting or stuff we just don't need. Tell them it's limited edition If something won't be around for long they're more likely … Continue reading 5 ways to convince people to spend money
The benefits of creating free content
Many of us regularly post free content and some people also use that to lead people to their paid services. Sometimes the easiest way to get someone to value what you want them to pay for is by offering them something amazing for free. They'll either be so enticed that they want what you have … Continue reading The benefits of creating free content