Welcome @AppleUnited and thanks for sharing your experience!
I saw a survey on the forum recently:
If I remember well, out of the 200 people who had taken the survey, more than half had not had a successful business yet.
So your current results can definitely be an inspiration for many...
I did some research on WPX since they are way cheaper than Flywheel with CDN
Considering my target market, it was not obvious to me whether I should use WPX's US-based or UK-based hosting.
Their FAQs is not really helpful (Can I host my Non-USA (e.g. UK) Website in the USA & Rank in Google in...
I used getflywheel.com this year to host a few WP sites
As a "newbie" with WP, i love the technical help they could give whenever I encountered a technical issue. I don't hesitate to recommend them.
But they are "fairly expensive", at least for POCs that don't make money yet.
I once read that Tim Ferris was using that technique daily (the exercise comes from Julia's book "The Artist's Way" which seems to be fairly well known among artists and creative people)
I tested the pomello challenge app I mentioned above. But it is too simplistic.
So for now, I will stick to...
Since I'm quite impressed with Habitica, I did a search to see if sthg similar existed to track fitness progress.
I bumped into this article: it's a list of apps selected by an expert in gamification: https://yukaichou.com/lifestyle-gamification/the-top-ten-gamified-productivity-apps/
Agreed: comes a time when we all want to settle. Maybe on a nice island, but not keep traveling / moving house, etc
I met dozens of them the last 2 years
Apart from experienced web developers (and some lucky EMPLOYEES in web marketing), all the others I met indeed don't make a proper living...
Don't apologize for a valuable lengthy post! :-D
Thanks, great info in your post regarding the available features.
I was looking for some of those features! (Specifically those above in the quote)
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I will give that app a try.
I am a bit put off by the game-like screenshots that might not look serious enough for my ego at work :-P
But a habit gamifying app may help put in place habits through Cue -> Craving -> Habit/Process -> Reward
Cf. the book "Atomic Habits" discussed on the forum...
Agreed with Santi & Njord: have to find what fits your needs, personality, environment, constraints...
Writing the schedule in advance can be a way to help us to make time for the task. (easier to say no to external requests)
And indeed the setup of Trello from LightHouse is pretty cool. And...
Agreed: simple tool and efficient.
The productivity journal from Intelligent Change was great for me to stay on track too.
It uses your P2TD approach and adds a few elements
You can buy their agenda or build your own getting inspired from their sample page: Productivity Planner PDF
My Rating: 2 stars out of 5 stars
In UNSCRIPTED, MJ says that to implement new habits & processes long term, we cannot solely rely on our limited willpower:
It is also necessary to align our beliefs at the identity level.
I can totally relate to your frustration: I recorded a few videos for a sales funnel 10 years ago
Very time-consuming and the result is not pro when the bad parts are just cut out of the sequence, so it has to be good, end-to-end.
It is so much easier to just record the voice on top of the...
It all sounds great!
You mention in the video that you will make a weekly episode.
It would also be interesting if at the end of each episode you could tell what you plan to do the coming week.
Since part of the real-life challenges is when things just take longer than planned, or when we need...
I have only used it with 1 client so far, but Divi was very user-friendly and the result looked more stylish and more modern than the old client's website that had been built with Elementor 1 year before.
Now maybe the previous designer was responsible for the bad result, not Elementor
Not in the forum space, but targeting the same type of consumers, some successful new apps propose text and audio.
Like Blinkist that produces non-fiction books summaries both in text and audio
And you can switch back and forth between the 2 formats while reading a book summary (Blinkist...
And I may represent a minority, but to me, the ideal mobile-centered forum app would propose:
- voice recognition
- and Text-to-Speech!
So that people could also listen to the forum while walking, exercising, or driving to work.
It may seem far fetched, but some TTS engines do a...
I got RSI in my right hand after spending a few years working long hours without interruption with just the laptop touch pad.
I spent months trying solutions from doctors "expert" in the field. None worked.
The only long term solution I found was to use my left hand fot the mouse. Then the pain...