1. I work 12-16 hours a day in a job I HATE to provide for my family. 2. How 48 Days took me from helpless to high-achiever. 3. In the 3 years of listening to your podcast my wages have gone from $120,000 a year gross, to $461,369 gross 4. How do you get back on track after you've been served a large order of barnyard fertilizer? 5. I get a great job and 3 months later I am bored to Read more »
In the eighteenth century, being an immigrant of the United States was no easy road. Being an immigrant that was also a deaf-mute child with physical disabilities was even harder.  When Andrew Clemens was only 5 years old he contracted a “brain fever,” which we now know as encephalitis. Unfortunately, this severe fever left Andrew deaf in both ears. One day, while growing up in Iowa, Andrew Read more »
“You will have a $1.7 million budget.”  I could hardly believe what I was hearing.  I knew the interview went well but the reality of how well it went didn’t hit me until this point.  I could not help but think about how drastically my life had changed.                                            If in 1997 you had asked anyone who knew me what I would be in 2013 they Read more »
I just finished reading a new book - not yet released.  I’ll share more on September 9th.  The book is full of stories about people setting out on adventures and big ideas.  Here’s a segment titled  What People Say About An Adventure Or Quest That Involves Perceived Risk: Successful Outcome:  brave, courageous, confident Failed Outcome:  stupid, risky, naive, arrogant Ultimately, our Read more »
In 1998 I published the first edition of 48 Days to Creative Income (content now in No More Mondays).  In that little 3-ring binder product I addressed the idea of needing a lot of money to start a business.  I showed the figures from INC magazine that 34% of all new businesses needed less than $5000 to launch.  26% needed no capital at all.  9% needed $5000-$10,000 to start.  Yeah you say, that Read more »

Just go crazy

Dan Miller —  August 22, 2014 — 7 Comments
1. OK, I’m done with my excuses, I’m accepting your challenge. 2. We are snowballing about $40k personal debt and $160k student loans. Is it possible to change career paths and still increase income? 3. How would you recommend getting my name out there to make my first $2000? 4. What do you think is the most valuable land in the world? In 1997 Apple introduced its "Think Different" Read more »
At 46 years old, I am doing work that I love for the first time in my life. I have discovered my purpose and passion and all the great things that go along with that. If you are unhappy in your current work situation, maybe I can help shed some light by sharing a little of the process that I went through to get to where I am today. I have worked in a high performance, team based work system for Read more »
I love the idea of “repurposing” content, used materials and products. Think about the pulverized tires that now provide a soft playground area, the plastic bottles that are now picnic tables, the discarded glass that is now an attractive countertop, or the trash paper that is converted into beautiful necklaces and bracelets. As I see more and more vacant buildings around town I keep thinking Read more »
Recently I attended an art show and reception at our local library in which my wife Joanne was one of the featured artists.  During the course of the afternoon I also wandered over into the library and naturally found myself in the business section.  Not seeing any copies of my books there I then did a quick search on the library computer and found that the 5 copies of 48 Days to the Work You Love Read more »
1. My wife’s response to my plans was outrage, picturing me in PJ’s on the couch all day. 2. I’d like to follow my passion of being a teacher but I’d lose 20% from my current salary. 3. Can I replace me 200K income with speaking, writing and coaching? 4. Can your job search methods work for people with criminal backgrounds as well as the long term unemployed? Other Notes: Audiblepodcast.com/48days for Read more »