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Getting your blog ranked for search is a secret form of compound interest. Small and seemingly insignificant decisions you make early in your blog's life can later pay off in spades. In this YouTube video we covered: [su_list icon="icon: bolt" icon_color="#2a2a2a"] The first principles of ranking in a Google...

[su_youtube url="https://youtu.be/kZECr4mTlm0"] Here are a few follow-up links: [su_list icon="icon: bolt" icon_color="#2a2a2a"] The two unique features that separate Omnifocus from other to-do listsA LinkedIn news feed eradicatorTime Tracking with Timeular (a physical tool)The to-do list app SortedCreating keyboard shortcuts in iOS and Android [/su_list] [convertkit form=960076] ...

Welcome to a multi-part series on creating my first online course. Check out Part 2 here. I can confidently say that RadReads is finding its rhythm. The blog and newsletter have found a comfortable cadence and together act as a flywheel for a budding coaching practice...

Passive income is the Daenerys Targaryen of personal finance. It scorches the earth of our work-centric society giving birth to freedom, pleasure and financial independence. It anchors so many calculations, such as the never-ending quest find your tipping point, or your "Number." The allure of The...

Note: Readers responded with some additional ideas about monetization. And you can view this post as an Instagram Story Selling your time for money is such a clichéd way of becoming an entrepreneur. In fact, in the world of hyper-growth startups and unicorns, billing by the hour...

Four years ago I embarked on an abrupt career transformation. I went from hedge fund researcher to creative solopreneur (with a messy discovery process in the middle). I recently launched a new podcast with Quartz called FWD: Thinking (iTunes, Spotify) and interviewed five bold professionals who have...

My new podcast FWD: Thinking (iTunes, Spotify) is about recreating your career. This season, I'll interview bold professionals who have challenged the status quo in the pursuit of meaningful work. In each episode, I also reflect upon my own reinvention from Wall Street analyst to creative...

This post first appeared on Instagram over @radreadsco. Ascending the corporate ladder can involve an alphabet soup of options. There's T vs. I-shaped professionals, a concept pioneered by design guru and IDEO CEO Tim Brown. For the wonkier free-agent types, there's the semicolon-shaped person coined by blogger Venkatesh Rao. These...