Career & Business

Chris Guillebeau on The 100 Startup

August 7, 2012

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As I’m writing you, the only sounds I hear are the gentle rustling of bamboo leaves and the song of a happy bird outside my window.

It’s truly a magical summer here in Sag Harbor and I feel extremely grateful to be here and share a bit of my joy with you.

Location freedom is one of the things I wanted most in life. While it took me a number of years to make this a reality, I gotta say it was worth the wait.

In today’s episode of MarieTV, you’ll hear one of my favorite tweetables of all time about the power of taking action today in service of your bigger future.

Join me as I interview Chris Guillebeau, author of The Art of Non-Conformity and more recently, The 100 Startup.

Chris is a fantastic writer, a world-traveler and one of the smartest and most humble guys you’ll ever meet.

In this interview, you’ll learn Chris’s take on the key to monetizing your passion (hint: it can’t be just about you), his unconventional take on tracking metrics, and what number he really watches to keep a pulse on his success.

Are you ready to get out of analysis paralysis and start moving? Good. Whether it’s a business idea, or an idea you have to improve your relationships, your finances, your health or your happiness, I know you can do it.

Take our challenge to take consistent action on one big idea you have for the next 30 days. In the comments below, tell us two things.

1. The ONE big idea you’re going to take action on in the next 30 days and why this is important to you.

2.  The single biggest, actionable insight you’ll take away from this interview.

Remember, action is the best device for learning. It keeps your thinking fresh and informed so comment now and let me see what you’ve got!

Thank you, as always for watching and being a part of this incredible community.

With a ton of summer love,

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