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Life Nomadic Kindle is $2.99

The other day, Karol Gajda sent me an email saying that I ought to sell Life Nomadic for $2.99, and that if I did, the volume would make up for the lower sale price. Worth a try, right?

So, for a while at least, the Kindle version of Life Nomadic is $2.99 on Amazon. If you take at least one trip a year, the money-saving tips alone will pay for the book many times over. Of course, there's a lot more to the book than that, evidenced by the emails I get all the time from people saying the book changed their lives.

Speaking of which, if you have read Life Nomadic, PLEASE leave a review on Amazon. This helps Amazon circulate it in its recommendations engine, which helps me get sales.

Never Miss Another Meeting Again

On Lawrence He

I used to never use a calendar or planner. I think it was because I felt trapped by committing myself to a certain date, and what if something really fun came up on that date. So I always made plans saying maybe and did things spontaneously. Soon, it felt like part of my personality, to never plan, and just take action on the whim.

But now, because of business, I have to use a calendar. I can’t miss a meeting. Missing a meeting is a horrible reflection of your reliability: the most important characteristic of a first impression.

Seems easy right? Google Calendar.

No. I have 4 email addresses each with their own calendar..and how do i manage a work calendar and a personal calendar.

It took me a day to build up the will power and learn to sync all of this. Actually, its pretty easy for personal accounts, you go to your calendar settings and set the permissions.

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