Open Connect, Connect Hub and Disruption

For the past two months, little has happened here, on this blog. But on the other side of the screen, there was mayhem. A good mayhem, that is. Put aside 15 minutes or so, a cup of coffee and prepare to read a story about connection, disruption, abrupt lifestyle changes and rapid evolution. The Outside … Read more Open Connect, Connect Hub and Disruption

How To Create An Online Community – The Make Money Part

In the last article I described the process of creating an online community – namely the one around the Open Connect event. As of today, I started an experiment in monetizing this community. I’m going to share the entire process here. I don’t yet know if this experiment is going to be successful or not, … Read more How To Create An Online Community – The Make Money Part

How To Build An Online Community

What follows is a rather detailed breakdown of one of my most rewarding experiences as a digital nomad: namely, creating a real life community behind the Open Connect concept. If you want to know how to transform a personal, enriching experience, into a social experiment, if you love working from coffee shops or if you … Read more How To Build An Online Community

Being A Digital Nomad – The Book

As promised, we’re launching today. Being A Digital Nomad, the book, is finally available. This is my 9th book, and one that is very dear to me. It started as a side project a few months ago, based on the fact that I was constantly living as a digital nomad, but, mind you, nobody seemed … Read more Being A Digital Nomad – The Book

WPSumo March Promo Codes

As many of you know, one of the businesses I’m building is about WordPress themes and it lives under the name of WPSumo. I call this WPSumo mega-theme (because it’s a mega-theme) a framework, because it gives much more functionality than just a plain theme. As a matter of fact, WPSumo is in itself a … Read more WPSumo March Promo Codes

Lahmacuns, Apologies And Recurring Business

According to Wikipedia, a lahmacun is “a round, thin piece of dough topped with minced meat (most commonly beef and lamb) and minced vegetables and herbs including onions, tomatoes and parsley, then baked.” It’s quite tasty. Although I’ve been living for more than 40 years at the gates of the Orient, in Bucharest, that is, … Read more Lahmacuns, Apologies And Recurring Business