Collect the set! Another book in my “How to do…” series looks at the housing problem in many major cities, and what can (and should) be done about it. Now on Kindle.
Keeping with the theme of solving fundamental problems both personal and public, the latest book in the “How to” series looks at children’s education. “How to do School” is out on Amazon today.
I’m guestwriting a post of the Gapingvoid newsletter this week, on the subject of superabundance. Here it is!
100 Days, 100 Grand is now a boxed product! And direct buyers get £100 off the RRP of £249.95. That’s £149.95 all in, including shipping if you’re in the UK. (Contact me if you’re not and I’ll quote a price: right now I take PayPal, with a plan to add Amazon Pay shortly.)
The Plus Pack includes the main workbook – the same 1,200-page edition on Amazon and in bookstores – plus a grab-bag of extras including the short primer How to do Freelancing, the 244-page 100 Days Journal notebook, and 13 A3-sixed colour wallcharts with section summaries and handy hints for you to stick to your wall as aides-memoire.
How can I offer this discount? Your Plus Pack comes direct from the author – no middlemen taking a cut (in the book industry, that’s 35-55% of the price you pay.) And, of course, I sign each copy with a thankyou from me. If you’re looking to start your freelancing journey with 100 Days, 100 Grand, why not start with the Plus Pack?
The latest little volume in my “How to … ” series is out. How to do Welfare is my take on the problems of government assistance, and how it fails to help the people who need it most – with a solution based on Universal Basic Income thats works financially for the UK. It’s out today on Kindle and in paperback, but you can download a free PDF here.
The 100 Days Plus Pack is nearly ready to ship! In addition to the main book, it includes 48-page primer How to do Freelancing (a bestseller in its own right) the 244-page 100 Days Journal to track your progress, and a set of aides-memoire A3 posters to stick on your wall. Why not put in your order today? Right now I’m taking PayPal, and will be adding Amazon Pay soon. Roll credits …
There’s not much a freewheeling freelancer can do during a global pandemic, but given the volume of work-related stress I’m seeing across the web I can do this: release PDF versions of my little books How to do Freelancing and How to do Life … for FREE.
One’s a primer setting you up with the principal methods of successful freelance working, the other is my collection of tips on health, wealth, and happiness. (From someone who’s been doing the lot for 18 years.) No obligation, no paper trail. (I don’t even record your email.) So if you think they’d be useful to you – or anyone you know – click the pix above and download ’em.
Hugh McLeod’s Gaping Void cartoons have been making business make sense since the 90s … and today I’m writing his newsletter! Read about the secret of business at the GapingVoid blog.
Some ads just write themselves.
This week I’ve been in New York, in my other capacity as a freelance copywriter. Working for a special client: Google!
I’m under NDA, so can’t talk much, except to say: the office is everything you thought it was. Fun design, playgrounds and ping-pong tables, free food everywhere. But most interesting is the building. It’s the old Port Authority Building – at the time, New York’s most expensive real estate transaction ever – and it takes up a whole city block, as you’d expect.
But more interesting than that is what the building does. As a past housing for infrastructure, it’s where a large number of transatlantic telephone cabling and optic fibre enters the USA – the building was once home to a telephone exchange. Which means, of course, Google sits atop the fastest, broadest bundle of bandwidth anywhere in the world.